Anthony Bartels, DDS
A Great Dentist


Healthy Lunches

Matt Sherman has graciously allowed us to display his 4th grade artwork in our office (he's in high school now!).  It serves as a reminder to limit sweets for tooth health.  When making your children's lunches, choose things like cheese, nuts, apples/pears, baby carrots, and whole wheat bread or crackers.  Drink milk or water.  Stay clear of sugary drinks and snacks, especially the ones that stick to your teeth.  We also offer sealants for added protection against cavities.  Happy First Day of School! 

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How We Help Relieve Your Child's Dental Anxiety

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A trip to the dentist does not need to send your child into a tailspin of anxiety and stress. With your help, we can make dental visits fun and relaxing for your little one. At home, be sure to avoid saying anything negative about the dental office, especially if you have dental anxiety yourself. Kids pick up on these things. 

We will take care of the rest once you arrive!

Here are some ways we make dentistry easy and enjoyable for kids:

We Involve Your Child in Their Oral Health

Kids love to exercise their independence. We will involve them in their dental appointment and explain things as we go along, so they feel ...

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Baby Jaxon is here!

Look who came to see us!  Those of you who have been in the office recently were able to see our super assistant, Rachel, as we anxiously awaited the birth of her baby.  Welcome Baby Jax!  Both mom and baby are happy and healthy.  Congratulations Rachel, Zach and big sis, Molly!

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Summer's Here!

Dr. Tony and son, Will, went on a medical mission trip to Haiti in 2015.  Now it's Walker's turn!.  Medical mission trip to Honduras is coming soon.  So, now is the time to schedule your appointment before Dr. Tony leaves for his mission trip and the staff take a needed vacation:)

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Tips for Gentle Self-Care Following Your Extraction

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After a tooth extraction, your body needs time to heal. How long healing will take depends on a number of factors including whether you had a surgical or simple extraction if your tooth was impacted, and your overall health. How you care for yourself after surgery will also have an impact on how long and how effectively you heal.

Here are some suggestions for gentle self-care following your procedure.

Take Pain Medications as Directed

During your extraction, we will thoroughly anesthetize your tooth, so that you can enjoy comfortable treatment. It is important to take your over-the-counter or prescription pain medication as directed so that you do not experience pain.

Skipping doses and taking ...

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