Dr. Milewski Is Your Trusted Dentist Medina, OH

October 13, 2015

Happy family with beautiful smiles thanks to the dentist medina families trustCommitment is hard, especially when it comes to settling down with a dentist you can trust for years to come. These days it’s hard to find a dentist you feel excited about visiting, isn’t it? Either the team is too busy, or the office is too big — and you’re not ready to make your final choice. But did you know that one secret to having healthy, beautiful teeth for a lifetime is sticking with a dentist you trust? Today, learn more about Dr. Allan J. Milewski, the dentist that so many in Medina, OH already trust with their precious teeth.
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Allan J. Milewski DDS makes cracks and chips disappear with dental bonding and porcelain veneers

August 5, 2015

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Porcelain veneers cover unsightly imperfections.Cracked and chipped teeth mar smile aesthetics. Repair is easy and durable with dental bonding and porcelain veneers from Allan J. Milewski DDS, Medina family dentist.

Wouldn’t you like to smile broadly in public again? You can by consulting Medina family dentist, Allan J. Milewski DDS,expert in covering those embarrassing cracks and chips with dental bonding and porcelain veneers.
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Do You Know The Warning Signs of Gum Disease?

July 15, 2015

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Gum disease is experienced by many patients in this country. It can be one of the most uncomfortable experiences, too. We bet you had no idea it’s the most common disease in the good ol’ USA. It’s true! That’s more than cavities, dental emergencies and more. You might have heard it put a different way – gingivitis. It doesn’t matter what it’s called, it’s still a pain in the mouth to deal with. We want you to know that you have a dental staff with years of combined experience that can bring comfort back to your everyday life. When you visit Dr. Milewski in Medina, OH, you’re receiving the best care in the area. Gum disease is usually the results of dental hygiene that could use a little help. Take care of your gums today so you can start feeling better tomorrow.
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Restore Bad Teeth at Medina Family Dentistry

June 17, 2015

HalitosisNo one wants to make a bad first impression. Your smile is one of the first things people see, and whether we like it or not, our appearance says a lot about us. A healthy, beautiful smile can raise your confidence, and change the way people see you. We all make split second evaluations of people we meet based on what we can see. If a future employer could look into your mind, why would she hire you? The best way to tell an employer he should hire you is to look the part, and a healthy smile is a great first step. Call our Medina, OH dental office to schedule an appointment or find out more about how our dedicated staff can help transform your smile.

Are Your Teeth Affecting Your Job?

A 2013 interview with several patients of a free dental health clinic provide by the California Dental Association to those without dental health access, associated lost or damaged teeth with an inability to get a job. Patty Kennedy, one of the women interviewed was missing three teeth, and reported wanting to work for a local grocery company but being repeatedly turned down. She believes this is due in part to her smile. Kennedy said, “If you want to portray someone as being wicked, they have missing front teeth. If they’re ignorant, they have buck teeth.” These snap judgments can drastically change the way that people view you on the job.

If you have missing, discolored, or damaged teeth and you struggle to get or keep a job, a visit to Medina Family Dentistry can help. Our comprehensive dental care offers a number of restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments that will leave you with a brilliant smile that leaves a great impression when it comes to getting and keeping a great job.

Excellent Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry Services

Dr. Allan J. Milewski and the dedicated team at Medina Family Dentistry think that all dentistry should be considered cosmetic. From fillings to dentures, restoring your smile to its naturally beautiful appearance is our top priority. When preventive dentistry measures fail, restorative dentistry seeks to return teeth to their original state, and cosmetic dentistry is intended to improve the esthetic of existing teeth. Our dental services seek to preserve and restore your bite’s natural shape and function while improving the appearance of your smile.

Restorative dentistry can be any number of dental treatments from fillings to root canals. Our practice strives to make your restoration as beautiful as your original tooth by going to extra mile to provide cosmetic restoration. We offer tooth colored resin fillings that blend seamlessly with the existing tooth and the stronger bond offered allows us to retain more of your natural tooth than traditional amalgam fillings. All-porcelain crowns are another way we provide esthetic restoration. Unlike metal and metal porcelain amalgam crowns, all-porcelain crowns look and feel more like natural teeth. We also provide dental implant treatment that includes all porcelain crowns to complete the restoration.

We also provide a wide-array of dental services that are more traditionally considered cosmetic. Our professional at-home teeth whitening is a convenient and effective way to immediately improve any smile. For those who have significant gaps, cracks, or missing teeth veneers, a thin layer of porcelain covering your teeth, can be a good option to transform your smile and protect your original teeth. Similarly, dental bonding uses a resin similar to our tooth colored fillings to cover, reshape, and restore dental irregularities. Recontouring your teeth changes the size or shape of your teeth, and can significantly improve your smile quickly and easily.

Full Smile Makeovers

If you’re ready to make a complete change, our custom created smile makeover might be right for you. Dr. Milewski will ensure that your bite is strong and healthy. Then, he’ll examine the current state of your teeth and create a step by step plan to give you a perfect smile. This may include any number of restorative and cosmetic treatments, but you will be able to choose the treatments, budget and time frame that work for you. When your makeover is completed, you may not even recognize your smile.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

If you’ve been turned down for a job or a promotion because your smile is leaving the wrong impression, it’s time to make a change. Your smile says a lot about who you are, and a picture-perfect smile is a great first step to changing the way people think of you. Our Medina, OH staff can help you today. Call to schedule an examination or consultation. We welcome guests to our office form Medina and the surrounding community including Middleburg Heights, Wadsworth, Norton, Summit County, Cuyahoga County, Wayne County and Lorain County.

There’s Still Time to Whiten Your Teeth before Christmas!

December 9, 2014

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It’s not too late to start whitening your teeth for Christmas!  Give us a call today! dental humor christmas

Congratulations Doc!

July 8, 2014

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All Brushes Are Not Created Equal

October 25, 2012

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Recently, I visited Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson.  One of the items on display was a toothbrush thought to be used by Jefferson himself.  Back in colonial days, toothbrushes were made by attaching hogs hair bristles to a bone handle with copper wire. Because of the cost of hogs hair bristles, it was not uncommon for all members of a family to share a toothbrush. Many people didn’t even use a toothbrush, but instead used a cloth to wipe their teeth!

Today we have so many choices for toothbrushes.  They come in a rainbow of colors, shapes and sizes.  Some are electric,  some are manual, some have long bristles, some have short bristles, some have Big Bird smiling up at you from one end and others have special handles for arthritic hands.  The question is which toothbrush is the right toothbrush for you?

Dr. Milewski recommends a soft bristle brush in a size and  shape that  fits your mouth comfortably, allowing you to reach all areas easily.  Many people like battery operated toothbrushes, which have the added benefit of a timer.  We find that many of our senior patients find a battery operated toothbrush because it is easier for them to use.

Whatever you chose, make sure to replace your toothbrush every three to four months. Bristles that become frayed and worn with use and will be less effective at cleaning teeth.  Keep your toothbrush stored in an upright position and allow it to air dry.

And remember…the most effective toothbrush is the one you use! So use it. At least twice a day!

 

 

 

You forgot to floss!

October 15, 2012

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Now That’s a Sweet Tooth!

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We’ve known for years that  that sugar is bad for your teeth.  Even the ancient Greeks asked “Why do figs, when they are soft and sweet, produce damage to the teeth?”

But do you really know why?  It’s actually quite simple.  The bacteria in our mouth like to feed on sugar. As the bacteria feeds on the sugar lodged on our teeth, they create acid that eats away at your tooth enamel.  The longer the sugar remains on your teeth, the more acid is formed and the more enamel is eroded.

now-thats-a-sweet-toothSo if you are one of those folks with a serious sweet tooth (and you know who you are!) your sweet habit can be creating problems with your teeth and gums.  Try to limit your consumption of sugary foods. But when you do treat yourself, enjoy it!  Then brush and floss right away to limit the damage that can be done to your teeth.

What’s the formula to get rid of Calculus?

October 7, 2012

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