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  1. The new school year is right around the corner and a trip to the dentist should become part of your child’s back to school routine. It is very important for kids to get their biannual dental examination and now is the time to schedule. Oral hygiene is very important and most children do not spend enough time brushing their teeth. This lack of attention and care can lead to problems down the line.

    We know the thought of going to the dentist can be scary for young kids but avoiding the dentist can be frightening for their oral health. Children are always welcomed at Frankel Dentistry. Our calm and friendly staff will ensure that your child never feels stressed or worried. No matter what your child’s personality or their overall level of experience with a dental office, we can adapt to meet his or her needs, guaranteed. They may surprise you and begin to look forward to visits.

    Children need dental check-ups just as badly as adults do. If you are a nervous patient, don’t share your concerns. Dental anxiety can be contagious. At Frankel Dentistry we’ll do everything in our power to ensure that your child is comfortable. We’ll make sure your child gets the care that he or she deserves. They can kick back and relax while watching their favorite television show as they are getting their teeth cleaned. We also have a treasure chest filled with all kinds of toys that they can pick from after their appointment.

    Don’t let summer fun keep you and your family from the dentist. Make sure they are scheduled before summer is over and send your kids off with a back to school smile!

  2. Toledo is more than a great town. It is a town that supports small businesses. Dr. Sheldon Frankel opened the doors to Frankel Dentistry in 1946 knowing this was going to be home. Originally from Manhattan, New York, Dr. Frankel graduated from Ohio State Dental school and settled in with his wife, Toledo native, Ervine Frankel, a beautiful, Toledo Hospital trained registered nurse.

    The Frankels grew their family and dental practice. Eldest daughter, Karen, became a dental hygienist graduating from the four year Ohio State Dental School program. Youngest son Jonathan graduated from Ohio State Dental School in 1996 and joined Frankel Dentistry with his father’s same always better attitude.

    This is a small business that serves all by giving back twice a year with Free Dentistry and paying it forward by buying back Halloween candy and sending it to local troops. They have defined the best dental experience and continue to perfect it through high tech dentistry and continuous education for all staff from doctors to assistants to call center specialists and insurance verification employees. Frankel Dentistry wants to change lives a smile at a time.

    Call for an appointment and be guided to the best dental experience. From the moment you walk in the door until the moment you walk out, you know you and your dental health are their top priority. You will find smiling faces and hear laughter throughout the office.

    This local small business remembers its roots. A plaque honoring Sheldon Frankel, DDS greets all entering the Toledo location. To serve the community more there are two locations, Toledo and Maumee. Frankel Dentistry exemplifies small business done right. They are grateful to serve by encouraging dental health. You can almost imagine the late Dr. Sheldon Frankel smiling at the progress his small business has made in Toledo, Ohio.

  3. Dr Frankel Dentistry - Happy Employees

    Often patients comment on the friendly, smiling staff at Frankel Dentistry. It is true there is an open welcoming vibe. This is not a perchance occurrence. There is a reason Frankel Dentistry is more than just a dental practice. It is a dental home.

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  4. Keeping up with your oral hygiene is very important and should not be thought about only in the mornings and evenings, but rather all day long. Even while you are at work. This might sound like a lot of work, but here are some easy tips and tricks you can bring into the office that will keep your mouth happy and healthy all day long.

    Keep a Travel Toothbrush at Your Desk

    Brushing your teeth after every meal is critical for keeping up with good oral hygiene. Store a travel dental kit at your desk for quick and easy access. You can fill your bag with a travel-sized toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss. These items will not take up much room and will keep your smile looking great.

    Drink Water

    We all know the importance of drinking enough water throughout the day, so here is one more reminder. Water is important for proper oral health. People who sip sugary beverages during the day, even fruit juice, create a situation where their teeth are assaulted from the acid produced by bacteria all day. The best choice for dental health is to spend the day drinking water. You should also rinse your mouth with water after eating anything sticky or sugary.

    Healthy Over Sugary

    Snacking at your desk can be hard to avoid so if you do choose to munch during the day make it healthy. Avoid those sugary snacks and go for more fruits and vegetables.

    Sugar-Free Gum

    No one likes coffee breath so when you go for a piece of gum, make sure it is sugar-free. Chewing gum stimulates saliva, which is the mouth’s natural defense mechanism against plaque acids which cause tooth decay and bad breath. Xylitol is an ingredient in gum that has been shown to prevent tooth decay.

    Smile!

    Smiling can be a powerful tool in the office. During a typical workday, you come across many different people such as your coworkers, clients, and managers. Presenting a clean and healthy smile says a lot about you. It can also be an instant mood booster! Got a case of the Monday blues? Try smiling. This simple act can reduce stress, lower heart rate and decrease blood pressure. Not only will smiling make you feel a little better, but others around you as well.

  5. Every year in late fall Toledo’s City Paper asks for nominees for the Best of Toledo in a variety of categories. Once nominated individuals and business receive votes. City Paper received over 650,000 votes last year. We just found out a few days ago we won Best Dentist 2018!
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  6. January 25th is national have fun at work day. Smiles and laughter are found at Frankel Dentistry each day. The staff from the Toledo and Maumee location meet for training and discussions often.  This blended team approach brings a singularity of mind set, procedures and values.

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  7. Halloween Candy Tips and Tricks

    What is the scariest night of the year for your dentist? It is most certainly Halloween. Hoards of sticky, sugar-laden candy with the potential of haunting the health of children’s teeth for months to come.

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  8. Crunch, crunch, crunch! That is the noise your dentist likes to hear when you are chomping on a carrot or an apple.
    May 24 is National Fruit and Vegetable Day. Fruits and vegetables are vital to a healthy diet. Fruits and vegetables provide your body with key vitamins and nutrients that keep your body healthy and strong.

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  9. February is Heart Health Month Jon Frankel Dentistry

    Frankel Dentistry celebrates Heart Health month at their office this month. Studies have shown that there is a link between periodontal (gum disease) and heart disease.

    A common symptom of heart tease is unhealthy gums. By reducing the inflammation around the gums, it reduces the stress on your body.

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