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Archive for the ‘Oral health’ Category


Crooked Teeth and Oral Health

Crooked teeth are incredibly common among adults and children. There are numerous causes of crooked teeth, including genetics or dental trauma. Additionally, behaviors in childhood can affect the way permanent teeth develop. For example, thumb-sucking or using a pacifier can…


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,…


Foods to Limit for Your Smile

Brushing, flossing, and visiting your dentist regularly are all important parts of keeping your mouth healthy. But your diet may play a bigger part in your oral health than you may realize. Dr. Leah Butler of Butler Family Dentistry, a…


The Importance of Preventative Dental Care

Your dental health and your overall health are intrinsically intertwined. As your trusted dentist in Strongsville, OH, it's important to our practice that we inform patients of why they should prioritize preventative care. If your thinking about skipping out on…


How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

A dental emergency can arise at the most inconvenient time, often causing discomfort and stress. As your trusted dentist in Strongsville, OH, Dr. Leah Butler wanted to provide you some tips on how to handle our top three dental emergencies.…


The Best Snacks for Your Smile

During COVID-19, we know that many of our patients are missing their scheduled teeth cleaning. Additionally, as most of us are stuck at home now, we know that our patients are doing the best they can to stay healthy and…


What Are the Main Causes of Dental Fear?

Dental fear can stem from many situations. It can happen slowly over time and you may not even realize it until your dental health has declined. It is no surprise that patients with dental fear have a more difficult time…


Top 3 Tips For Keeping Your Gums Healthy

Many say healthy gums are the foundation of a healthy smile. In theory, your gums are what hold the teeth in place, so it is important to take the proper steps to ensure they are in excellent health. As an…


3 Reasons Why Your Child Should Visit The Dentist

Many people put off visiting the dentist until their older. Consequently, this leads to patients developing dental issues such as gum disease and tooth decay. When minor dental problems are left untreated, it can increase a patient's risk of developing…