An Impacted Canine Requires Professional Treatment

When a tooth erupts incorrectly or in the wrong location, or doesn’t even erupt at all, it should be addressed as soon as possible so that your overall oral health doesn’t experience complications. Our team provides further insight on treating impacted canine teeth to help you avoid oral complications and... Read more »

Leave Bad Breath Behind

Are you tired of dealing with bad breath? Are you ready to take your life to the next level? That’s all possible when you learn how to leave bad breath behind. Unfortunately, doing that isn’t as easy as we’d all like it to be. This is because a lot of... Read more »

Educate Yourself About Bruxism

Are you doing enough to keep your teeth and gums safe from all the oral health risks that can occur in life? Even if you're doing an effective job cleaning your mouth on a daily basis, several other oral health risks including underlying conditions can often arise as well. One... Read more »

Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean

Your toothbrush is not a complicated piece of equipment. There are no moving parts, and there really is nothing to repair. In fact, if your toothbrush is starting to show signs of wear and tear, such as flattened or worn bristles, you should throw it out and buy a new... Read more »

Insightful FAQs for Dental Crowns

If you have a tooth that has been damaged or decayed, we invite you to consider receiving a dental crown. This tooth-shaped dental restoration covers the affected tooth in order to regain appearance, shape, size and strength. We offer insight into common FAQs of receiving a dental crown to help... Read more »

Early Detection of Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer for Improved Treatment Success

Brushing your teeth twice each day with fluoride toothpaste and making sure to floss between your teeth as well as along the gumline is important for preventing some oral health problems. This can significantly reduce your chances of suffering from cavities and periodontal health problems. The American Dental Association further... Read more »

Illegal Drugs and Your Dental Health

Tobacco use and heavy drinking are well-known to be detrimental to oral health, but did you know that illegal drugs are also damaging? Research has shown that illegal substances also adversely affect your dental health. Here's how... Marijuana Widely used and legal in a handful of states, marijuana is the... Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Able to Repair a Small Area of Demineralized Tooth Enamel

Chronic plaque acids caused by poor oral hygiene practices can gradually start to affect the mineral density of your tooth enamel. If it’s not addressed by a professional dental cleaning at William W. Schell, DDS the persistent acidic environment in your mouth could cause a small cavity to form on... Read more »

Questions and Answers About Dental Bridges

If you’re interested in improving your smile and your oral health with a dental bridge, we invite you to learn more about this appliance so that you can better prepare for your treatment. We have provided answers to some common dental bridge questions to help you gather the information you... Read more »

Answer Your Questions on Tooth Hazard Warning Signs

  Are you aware of any tooth hazards in your life that could potentially be putting your smile at risk at this very moment? Are there any lifestyle choices that you are involved in that may not have led to dental damage yet, but could potentially do damage to your... Read more »