Everyone deserves quality dental care. We're here to make it happen.
Why is Dental Care Important? Daily home dental care and regular 6-month visits to the dentist are important. The American Dental Academy recommends children's teeth should be checked as early as 1 year of age. Most dental problems can be prevented if discovered and treated early enough.
Untreated dental disease can lead to: pain, infection, unnecessary tooth loss, low self-esteem, poor work or school performance, and in some cases, the inability to secure & maintain employment. From pre-school age children with severe decay to growing numbers of older adults on limited incomes, the need for the Dental Center's community education and dental services continues to grow.
Dental Center Services Each year, tens of thousands of low-income children and adults receive routine dental care at the Dental Center of NW Ohio with the assistance of our helpful and friendly staff. Through funding from the United Way along with patient fees, our treatment can be provided.
Our services range from simple cleanings at one of our offices, to emergency extractions with a Mobile Services Division that can reach patients who cannot travel to our facility. We have a dedicated staff of skilled dentists, hygienists and dental assistants, as well as courteous patient relations representatives always ready to greet you with a smile.
Education The Dental Center provides oral health education to area schools and throughout the community. We are present at a variety of agency health fairs and visit schools to teach young children about proper brushing and the importance of healthy teeth.
Our Staff Smile! They can hear it in your voice!
Our offices provide compassionate and professional staff dedicated to making your dental experience a pleasant one. The Dental Center has over 80 staff members with the necessary expertise to treat your dental needs.
With a deep commitment to prevention and education, our staff helps educate on the importance of oral healt with each visit. Simple consistent care may help prevent painful tooth decay and other dental problems, such as peridontal disease and gum infections.