Dentist, Atkinson NE
Atkinson Family Dental Center
Atkinson NE Dentist Kathryn Marche' Schulte, DDS, practices a full scope of general and cosmetic dentistry with expertise ranging from porcelain veneers to dental implants, crowns and bridges. Dr. Marche' Schulte can now correct a wide variety of so-called permanent cosmetic dental problems, and can literally redesign your smile.
We believe everyone should have access to quality dentistry close to home. If you have been living with dental pain or lack the confidence to smile as a result of missing teeth or dental decay, we are here to assist.
Our office is located at 506 N Hill Street, Atkinson, NE.
Call us at Atkinson Family Dental Center Phone Number (402) 925-5444.
General & Cosmetic Dentistry Atkinson
General & Cosmetic Dentistry can give you a smile you’re happy to show off. Modern cosmetic dentistry techniques make it easier than ever for you to have a bright, even smile. If you have experienced tooth loss, staining or other issues with your smile and would like the confidence and function of your youth restored, please contact our office today.
Dr. Marche' Schulte can restore your youthful smile and function using:
Dental Implants Atkinson
Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. The person who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually anything and can smile with confidence, knowing that teeth appear natural and that facial contours will be preserved.
Dental implants are changing the way people live. With them, people are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh and enjoy life. For more information about dental implants or to schedule a consultation appointment, call our office in Atkinson, NE at Atkinson Family Dental Center Phone Number (402) 925-5444.
Your mouth, the gateway to your body!
Did you know that your oral health offers clues about your overall health — or that problems in your mouth can affect the rest of your body? Protect yourself by learning more about the connection between your oral health and overall health.
Like other areas of the body, your mouth teems with bacteria — mostly harmless. But your mouth is the entry point to your digestive and respiratory tracts, and some of these bacteria can cause disease.
Normally the body’s natural defenses and good oral health care, such as daily brushing and flossing, keep bacteria under control. However, without proper oral hygiene, bacteria can reach levels that might lead to oral infections, such as tooth decay and gum disease.
Also, certain medications — such as decongestants, antihistamines, painkillers, diuretics and antidepressants — can reduce saliva flow. Saliva washes away food and neutralizes acids produced by bacteria in the mouth, helping to protect you from microbes that multiply and lead to disease.
Studies suggest that oral bacteria and the inflammation associated with a severe form of gum disease (periodontitis) might play a role in some diseases. And certain diseases, such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS, can lower the body’s resistance to infection, making oral health problems more severe.