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October 16, 2016

Tips to Find the Right Family Dentist in Topeka

You need a new family dentist, but how do you find one? Follow these tips to a new dental care provider. It could be Dr. Michael E. Michael in Topeka.At Michel Dental, nothing is more important that your family’s comfort and oral health.  We want to help you choose a trusted family dentist in Topeka who will serve your needs best. Following  are suggestions for how to find a dental practice well suited to you and yours.

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September 7, 2016

Silver Lake Dentist Says Come for a Back to School Exam

Routine dental care is a vital to maintaining your child’s health. Dr. Michael E. Michel, Silver Lake dentist, performs back-to-school check-ups.School is starting! While you’re searching out deals on shoes, backpacks or locker accessories, have you scheduled your child’s back to school check-up with Dr. Michael E. Michel, Silver Lake dentist? (more…)

June 14, 2016

Topeka dentist saves you money with preventive dentistry

Preserve oral health and save money with preventive services from Dr. MIchael Michel, Topeka dentist. Read about keeping bright smiles for a lifetime.Your oral health affects how you look, feel about yourself, eat, speak and many other aspects of day to day life and longevity.  How healthy your teeth and gums are  impacts your wallet, too. Dental neglect translates to complex procedures that cost money. You and your family deserve better. Invest in preventive dentistry with Silver Lake dentist, Dr. Michael E. Michel. (more…)

October 21, 2015

Silver Lake dentist, Michael E. Michel DDS PA, finds the causes of and solutions to bad breath

woman covering mouth because of bad breath needs to visit the silver lake dentistBad breath. To some, it’s a joke. To others, it’s an embarrassment or a health problem. Michael E. Michel DDS uncovers the causes of halitosis and delivers solutions.
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July 6, 2015

Your Topeka Painless Dentist

ThinkstockPhotos-166637318Many people assume that dentistry has to be painful. Dental care is often portrayed negatively focusing on drills, and old fashioned tooth extraction. Patients who look terrified laying on uncomfortable chairs, so it’s no surprise how many millions of Americans report experiencing some level of dental anxiety. At Michel Dental, we don’t think visiting the dentist should hurt. Dr. Michael E. Michel and his skilled team will alleviate your dental pain without causing you more discomfort. Numerous dental health care issues have severely painful effects when left untreated. Preventive care and TMJ, endodontic therapy, and periodontic treatment from Dr. Michel, ensure you’ll have a lifetime of painless smiles. Call Michel Dental in Topeka, KS to schedule an appointment with painless dentist.

TMJ Dentist, Topeka

One of the most painful oral health care concerns a patient can experience is temporomandibular joint dysfunction often called TMJ or TMD. TMD may start as clicking or grinding in the temporomandibular joint (the joint that connect your jawbone – mandible to the rest of your skull), but TMD can lead to extreme pain when opening or closing your mouth, inability to open the mouth wide enough to eat or drink, headaches, neck pain, earaches, and even deafness in extreme cases. Dr. Michel has advanced studies in TMJ dysfunction and treatment through Bio Research prepared him to offer patients non-surgical answers to relieving their TMJ pain.

Endodontics Root Canal Therapy to Relieve Pain

Endodontics is the study and care of the inner tooth (pulp and nerves). Dr. Michel’s years of experience in endodontics make him an ideal choice to relieve pain related to infection of the inner tooth structures. You likely think root canal therapy has to hurt. Root canals have always been the stuff of dentistry nightmares, but innovative care from Dr. Michel will help relieve your pain not cause you more. Most of the pain associated with root canals is caused when the nerve housed inside the root canal is exposed to infection making the tooth extremely sensitive and causing pain. Root Canal Therapy removes the infection, but preserves as much of your natural tooth structure as possible.

Periodontics Gum Disease Therapy

More than 50% of Americans suffer from some level of periodontal (gum) disease. Gum disease can make eating, drinking, brushing your teeth, and other daily activities painful. More importantly, infection in the gums can spread through the body leading to fever and nausea, gum tissue or bone loss as well as increasing risk of heart disease, blood clot, and stroke. Periodontal therapy from Michel Dental will help you return to a healthy, pain free smile. By eliminating the infection and discovering the cause of the infection, Dr. Michel doesn’t just treat your gums. He helps you maintain periodontal health going forward.

Contact us for Painless Dentistry, Silver Lake

If you experience tooth pain or discomfort, Dr. Michel can help you reduce pain and improve your overall oral health. Dentistry doesn’t have to hurt, and at Michel Dental, we’ll help you look and feel great. Call us for an appointment today. Our Topeka, KS practice welcomes patients from surrounding communities including Silver Lake, Emporia, Lawrence and Manhattan.

 

June 6, 2015

Silver Lake Family Dentist – Michael E. Michel

ThinkstockPhotos-170082888It’s never easy choosing a new physician or finding one who can treat the whole family, but Dr. Michael E. Michel opened his Topeka, KS family dentistry practice more than 30 years ago. His years of experience, education, and continual dedication to serving his patients of all ages make Michel Dental a great option for the oral health of the whole family from pediatric to geriatric. Whatever your dental health care needs, Dr. Michel treats the whole family in one of two convenient locations. Call to schedule an appointment with our Silver Lake or Topeka, KS offices today.
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February 25, 2015

Nutrition Tips for Dental Health from Dr. Michael Michel

112808754Did you know that eating right isn’t only important to your general health and wellbeing, it’s also important to your oral health, too? The foods and beverages you choose to consume directly—and we mean directly—affect the health of your teeth and gums. Obviously, your mouth is the point of entry for everything you eat and drink, so it should come as no surprise that your diet affects your oral health. With this in mind, Dr. Michael Michel and his staff in Topeka, KS, would like to offer some advice on how you can eat well and maintain your oral health, too.

What Foods Should You Eat?

Let’s begin by focusing on the foods that are helpful to your teeth and gums. First, dairy products such as cheese, milk and plain yogurt, along with calcium-fortified tofu, leafy greens and almonds, are foods that benefit dental health. These foods are high in calcium, which strengthens teeth just as it does bones. Protein-rich foods such as meat, poultry, fish, milk and eggs are good sources of phosphorus. Both calcium and phosphorus fortify and rebuild tooth enamel.

Even though fresh fruits and vegetables contain some sugars, they balance that out with fiber and water to clean your teeth, making them a healthy diet choice. Fruits and vegetables also stimulate saliva production to rinse decay-causing acids and food particles away from teeth and gums. Plus, many contain vitamin C, which promotes healthy gums, and vitamin A, another nutrient that builds tooth enamel.

What Foods and Drinks Should You Avoid?

The foods and drinks you try to avoid in order to maintain a healthy diet and healthy weight are essentially the same foods you should avoid for the sake of your dental health. Sweet treats—candy (especially hard or sticky candy), cookies, cakes, muffins—all contain sugars that stick to your teeth. The bacteria in your mouth thrive on these sugars and release acids that cause tooth decay. Likewise starchy foods, such as potato chips and crackers, have the same effect.

Sodas, juices, sweetened teas and coffee, some sports drinks, lemonade and limeade literally bathe your teeth in sugar, which causes tooth decay. Choose water instead, and occasionally choose tap water, which is fluoridated.

Call Our Office Today

In conjunction with a healthy diet, regular dental checkups are a must for maintaining oral health. So, schedule an appointment with Dr. Michel in Topeka, KS. We also conveniently serve patients in Emporia, Lawrence and Manhattan and surrounding areas.

March 24, 2014

Are You Ready for Your Dental Checkup?

a gurl at her checkupJust like your lawn needs mowing  and your car’s oil has to be changed, regular checkups and maintenance are keys to making sure that everything and anything operates smoothly. The same thing goes for your smile! It is important to have your regular dental checkups to make sure everything regarding your teeth, gums, and beyond work cohesively. If you are due for a dental checkup, Dr. Michael Michel is able to make sure your mouth is in great oral health!

The American Dental Association recommends you visit your dentist twice in a year to make sure everything with regard to your smile is healthy. During your checkup, Dr. Michel will be able to inspect every single tooth in your mouth, making sure there are no signs of decay or any other ailments. If we do happen to find a cavity or another form of decay, we will be able to fix them with tooth-colored fillings, making the repair as seamless as possible. Our talented and experienced hygienists will be able to remove tartar and plaque from your teeth, eliminating any sort of harmful bacteria there may be that will prevent you from having a flawless smile. At the end of your checkup, your mouth feels beautifully clean and your oral health is back on track!

If you are due for your dental checkup and would like Dr. Michel’s help, contact us today and make an appointment!

At Michel Dental, we offer quality dental care for a distinctive smile. Our Topeka dental office serves patients from Emporia, Lawrence, Manhattan, and surrounding areas. Call us today to schedule your appointment.

September 4, 2013

Start Out the New School Year Right with a Dental Checkup

Fall is on the way and your children are heading back to school for another year of learning. Make sure they’re starting the school year out right by making sure they’ve had their regular dental checkup.  At Michel Dental, we recommend that once your child has reached the age of four or five that they should have two dental checkup appointments a year.

Your child’s dental checkup appointment is where we clean their teeth and gums as well as inspecting for any potential problems. This also allows us to make sure their teeth are growing and developing correctly. Brushing and flossing are important parts of home tooth care, and we’ll make sure your children are learning the correct techniques.

While back to school can often be a hectic time of year, it’s still important to make time to care for you and your child’s smile. With proper dental care, your teeth can last you for a lifetime. If it’s been a while since your child’s last dental checkup appointment, please give us a call today to schedule one. Helping your child start off the school year with a beautiful smile is as simple as picking up the phone.

At Michel Dental, we offer quality dental care for a distinctive smile. Our Topeka dental office serves patients from Emporia, Lawrence, Manhattan, and surrounding areas. Call us today to schedule your appointment.

July 12, 2013

Preventative Dentistry from Dr. Michel

While we can treat your smile once problems arise, at Michel Dental we like to focus on preventative dentistry. Taking the time to care for your smile now can save you lots of hassle and problems in the future. This is as simple as making sure you visit us every six months for your checkup appointment.

The dental checkup is an integral part of preventative dentistry. We’ll thoroughly examine your entire smile, and use an intraoral camera to get a complete picture of the inside of your mouth. This technology allows us to fully examine your smile and be able to clearly see if there’s any potential issues with your teeth. This also allows us to clearly show you what’s going on with your smile so you fully understand any treatments you’re agreeing to.

We can also help you to review proper brushing and flossing techniques, and to address any questions or concerns that you might have. While visiting us twice a year might seem like a hassle, not going would leave your teeth susceptible to disease and decay.

Preventative dentistry plays an important role in your overall dental health. By visiting us regularly to make sure your teeth are clean and healthy, you’re helping to ensure the health of your teeth and giving us the opportunity to catch and correct small issues before they become a smile problem.

At Michel Dental, we offer quality dental care for a distinctive smile. Our Topeka dental office serves patients from Emporia, Lawrence, Manhattan, and surrounding areas. Call us today to schedule your appointment.

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