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Strongsville OH Dentist Blog

Sep
28

How to Treat Gum Disease

Red, irritated, bleeding gums, and tooth loss are all ranging symptoms of gum disease. Gum disease is a common condition that affects thousands each year. In fact, nearly half of all adults over the age of 30 have some form…

Sep
01

Stress Can Diminish Your Smile

Restrictions and regulations regarding the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to lift in many places. But a majority of people feel lingering and elevated stress in the wake of this global public health crisis. Stress can lead to many medical issues,…

Jul
28

Why Fix Your Missing Teeth?

If you have one or more missing teeth, you may wonder how important it is to get them fixed. They are just teeth. What’s the big deal? It will only affect the look of my smile, right? Surely, my other…

Jun
29

Why Should My Child Wear a Mouthguard?

Everyone loves to watch their children be active and play sports. Being active is great for their physical and mental health. But it does come with inherent risks that may lead to losing a tooth. Much like wearing shin guards,…

May
27

What Should I Do If My Tooth Gets Knocked Out?

Playing sports or other high-impact activities always carries the risk of potentially getting hurt and losing a tooth. In the event that you experience a trauma that causes you to lose a tooth, these are the steps you need to…

Apr
28

In House Dental Plan: Making Dental Care An Affordable Priority

Are you avoiding the dentist office due to a lack of dental insurance? Would you like to consider an affordable option for budgeting your routine dental care each year? Dr. Leah Butler, a family and restorative dentist in Strongsville, Ohio,…

Mar
24

Cosmetic Dentistry Q&A

Do you want to treat crooked or misaligned teeth? Are you looking for a way to makeover your smile? At Butler Family Dentistry, Dr. Leah Butler offers cosmetic solutions for patients who want to enhance the look and health of…

Feb
28

Dental Care & Diabetes

If you are diabetic, taking care of your oral health is important for many reasons. A healthy smile will not only support your self-confidence but also your ability to manage the disease and minimize certain complications. Poor oral health has…

Feb
01

Routine Dental Care: What Are the Benefits?

It is common for patients to ask why they need to visit with us regularly, especially if they had a great "dental report card" at their recent visit. If there is no decay or disease, why come back again in…

Nov
30

Dr. Leah Butler Patient Reviews

Dr. Leah Butler is a dental professional who provides her patients with high-quality oral health solutions. She is a member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Butler has continued her…