Dr. Kevin Schwandt

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Pediatric Airway Development for Healthy Futures

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, a time to shine a spotlight on the critical role pediatric dentistry plays in the overall well-being of our youngest population. While we often associate dental care with cavity prevention and orthodontic correction, it’s crucial to recognize the significant impact pediatric dentistry has on airway development in children.

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Complete Guide To Holistic Oral Health In The New Year

As we step into a new year, many of us set resolutions to prioritize our health and well-being. At Reclaim Dentistry, we believe that embracing holistic oral health is a powerful and transformative way to start the year. In this guide, we will explore the crucial role of nutrition, especially during significant dental procedures, and

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All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth

Tis the season to be jolly and show off those pearly whites! As the snowflakes fall and the holiday spirit fills the air, there’s no better time to celebrate not only the joys of the season but also the joys of a healthy, radiant smile. From all of us in dentistry, we’re embracing the holiday

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Revolutionizing Dentistry: Cutting-Edge Technologies Transform Oral Health

In the ever-evolving world of healthcare, dentistry is no exception to rapid advancements in technology. There are  remarkable technologies that are revolutionizing how we approach oral health care: CBCT 3D x-ray digital imaging, zirconia ceramic implants, and advanced laser dentistry with the Fotona Lightwalker Laser. These technical enhancements facilitate some of the best care available

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Sleep, Breathing & Airway Dentistry

Dentistry has entered a new paradigm, seeing and treating the mouth as integral to the whole body. Many have known this for years as we treat infections, inflammation and toxins within the mouth. Now our profession has entered a new era, with a profound understanding of how jaw growth and teeth positioning affects our airway

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