October 9, 2017
If the thought of dental insurance coverage gives you a headache, you’re in good company. However, there are a few basics of dental insurance that can help you better understand your coverage. A good dental office team will also be happy to help you understand insurance coverage and file your dental insurance claims. As the year comes to a close, now is the time to use up any remaining dental insurance benefits before the plan resets, so keep reading to learn more about how to maximize your coverage.
January 23, 2017
You’re grateful for a healthy smile, but will your teeth and gums always look and feel their best? Dental emergencies such as knocked-out teeth lost fillings or throbbing toothaches come on quickly. If one of these situations happens to you or a loved one, would you know what to do?
Dr. Tyler Schaffeld, dentist in Enterprise, tells his patients what to do when urgent dental problems arise and how to avoid them. Your best oral health depends on being prepared.
September 12, 2016
You fall face first off your porch steps and knock out a tooth. You’re bleeding. What should you do? You or a loved one must call your dentist in Enterprise, Dr. Tyler Schaffeld. Dr. Schaffeld and his staff will get you the treatment you require right away–and with a compassionate, caring touch.
August 15, 2016
Should you pull a tooth or save it? Dr. Tyler B. Schaffeld, Enterprise dentist, believes in saving natural teeth whenever possible. That’s why he performs precise and comfortable root canal therapy in his Enterprise, OR office. The treatment is painless and strengthens a sick tooth for years of service. (more…)
May 5, 2016
According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, more than 3 million people across the United States have dental implants. These experts say that number is growing daily. What’s involved in the Enterprise dental implant process, and how do you care for these modern prosthetics from Tyler B. Schaffeld DMD? (more…)
March 11, 2016
So you brush well enough and floss most days — that should be enough to maintain good oral health, right? To put it simply, no. Excellent oral health demands you brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day, floss daily and visit your dentist every six months for a checkup and cleaning. Are you meeting each of these requirements? If not, your oral health could soon suffer. Learn more about the importance of your six month checkup today!