• Family Care

    Quality care in a comfortable environment.

    read more
  • CEREC

    Superior quality porcelain restorations in a single visit.

    read more
  • IV Sedation

    The use of sedation and anesthesia in dentistry helps ease anxiety.

    read more
  • Dental Implants

    Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth.

    read more
  • 3D X-Ray

    We can rotate and view critical information from any angle.

    read more

Category Archives: Dental Hygiene

Which Mouthwash Should You Use?

Of the market’s abundance of choices―breath-freshening, antibacterial, fluoridated, etc.―which is right for you? Here’s how to tell. If You Have Bad Breath but Not Significant Gum Disease or Tooth Decay… Use: Breath-freshening mouthwash, which neutralizes odor. Studies have shown that chlorine and zinc, the primary ingredients in these rinses, defuse foul-smelling sulphur compounds produced by bacteria. Continue Reading

Telltale Signs That Your Tooth Has A Cavity

You may not understand it, and the more you think about it the less you want to believe it, but you’re positive you have a cavity, and a painful one, too. How did this happen? You brush twice a day and floss regularly. You rinse with hydrogen peroxide, just like the dentist recommended. In fact, Continue Reading

Schneider Family Dental

Schneider Family Dental is proud about keeping up-to-date on the latest advances and technologies in dentistry. In our office we use CEREC to create strong, beautiful porcelain restorations that conserve tooth structure in just one visit. For you, the patient, this means fewer injections, less drilling, and less time out of your hectic schedule for Continue Reading

Start the School Year Off With a Smile

  Every child wants to look their best as they head back to school this fall. Parents help by scheduling haircuts and buying new outfits, but most overlook the simple steps to helping their child maintain one of their most visible features – their smile. Studies show that one of the first things people notice Continue Reading

3-D X-Rays

Typical dental x-rays just focus on your teeth, and for each x-ray picture, you need one exposure. So it would take many exposures to even begin to compare to a single 3D scan. But 3D imaging shows much more than simple “flat” x-rays. This new technology provides more complete visual information to study your case Continue Reading