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By contactus@bohledental.com
August 16, 2016
Category: Oral Health


These Are Four Things Your Mouth Can Tell You

I came across this article and found it interesting.  It talks about four oral symptoms that possibly indicate an unlying health problem.  You can find the full article at: 4 Things Your Mouth Can Tell You About Your Health  It goes on to discuss these four symptoms:

  1. If you suddently have a bunch of new cavites.  If you are someone who doesn't often get a new cavity then you go to your dentist and suddenly you are told your have multiple areas of decay.  I am assuming you haven't drastically changed your diet to all Mountain Dew or have new medicines drying out your mouth.  This could indicate the begining of diabetes and you are not handling the sugar in your diet well.  See your physician and get checked out.
  2. Your teeth are wearing away.  It could mean that you have the acid reflux disease, (GERD).  This is also known as "heartburn".  This is when acid from your stomach comes into your mouth.  It is horribly hard on your teeth and over time can start to disolve them away.  Treatments include changing your diet and or medications that reduce the acid.
  3. You have bleeding gums.  This is the sign of inflammed gums, gingivitis or infected gums, periodontal disease.  This is the slippery slope that leads to tooth loss.  Improving your dental home care and seeing your dentist are the first steps to healing.
  4. You see white spots on your tongue.  This can be the sign of a fungal infection or thrush.  It could also indicate more serious issues like diabetes or a depressed immune system.  Pay close attention if you have this and see your dentist or physicain.

If you have any of these issues or just need to see a dentist, call us at 270-442-0256 or click for an appointment.  Visit Bohle Dental for more information about our practice.

By contactus@bohledental.com
August 09, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures

Don't Be Nervous About Getting Your Dental Implants.

dental implantThese days it is easy to get a dental implant!  It is so easy in fact that many people take no pain medicine afterward their surgery.  Don't worry, we will give you something in case you might need it but time and time again people tell us they did not need anything or just some Tylenol.  Of course, if you are nervous about it, you can really make it easy using IV sedation.

Here are three reasons dental implant surgery has gotton so easy:

  1.   The procedure is first done on the computer.  So everything is planned out.  You will get a CT scan at your planning appointment and the doctor finds the best place to put your implant.  The guess work has been taken out for where the implant should go.  That way you get a much more accurate placement.
  2. You really only need a local anesthetic.  Yes, people do receive sedation for dental implants but it is needed to help them with their dental anxieties not because the surgery is difficult.  A simple local is all that is needed and you will be numb for your treatment.
  3. There is not alot a pain involved.  One big reason for this is the implant can now go straight thru a small opening in the gum.  In the old days it was needed to have a large section of gum traumatized, but not anymore.  This is a wonder for the patient as the amount of discomfort is very low.  I would recommend that you take some Tylenol and see how you do.

So if you have been considering getting dental implants but was worried about how hard it might be, now you know.  The lastest techniques have made the prodecure really easy.  Click on dental implants to learn more or call 270-442-0256.  Or you can click get an appointment.

By Dr. Charles Bohle & Bohle Family Dentisrty
August 02, 2016
Category: Oral Health

Are you one of the over 100 million Americans without Dental Insurance?Shine Bright membership plan

With our unique Shine Bright Dental Discount Program, you will no longer have to bear the burden of dental expenses!

Membership is limited!

One Low Fee - Two Free Regular Cleanings A Year - Discounts On Other Needed Treatment

Shine Bright Dental Discount Program Annual Membership Rates

Adults                                              $149.00 each

Children 14 and under                         $79.00 each

Family of Four        $279 plus $69 per additional child

Discounts of 25%, 30% and 50% apply on additional treatment.  See the Shine Bright Dental Discount Program Brochure for specifics-see Brochure

The 12 month membership is due in full upon joining
Membership is effective on the day on which the payment  is received.
It is the sole responsibility of the member to maximize benefits by arranging the appropriate appointments within the 12 month membership period.   If appointments are not used, the member will not be entitled to a  refund.
Renewal payment is due the beginning of the same month of the original joining  year.
Membership rates may be reviewed and adjusted on an annual basis.                 
Payment is due when services are rendered, otherwise discount is void!
Limitations and Guidelines

Non Transferable
Cannot be combined with any other dental insurance plan, workman’s comp policy,  accidental insurance policies including auto insurance or coupon or special offers.

Discounts under your membership do not apply to any treatment prior to joining

It is the sole responsibility of the member to maximize their benefits by arranging all appropriate appointments with in the 12 month membership period.  Please schedule in advance as we cannot guarantee appointment time availability.

This program is an in-office Discount Plan , NOT a dental insurance plan.  It cannot  be used for referrals or hospital charges.

Shine Bright Dental Discount Program-click to print pdf brochure

By Dr. Charles Bohle & Bohle Family Dentistry
July 28, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures

Learn How Dental Implants Can Change Your Life

Dental implants can change your lifedental implants can change your life







There is no doubt, the dental implants can change the quality of your life.  It matters not if you are only missing a tooth or two or if you have a floating denture that needs stabilized; dental implants can change your life.

When you lose a tooth your jaw starts to experience bone loss.  Here are some of the issues associated with bone loss from lossing teeth:

  • The jaw begins to shrink where to tooth root used to be.
  • The facial structure begins to change from loss of support.
  • Eating and speaking changes occur as you lose you teeth.
  • You level of nutruition can be affected as you are unable to eat the foods you need.
  • You may lose self-confidence that affects your social life.
  • You may not smile or laugh because you don't want to show the missing teeth.

Dental implants replace the missing teeth.  They stimulate the bone so it does not further dissolve in the areas you  place the implants.  Your smile is restored or your denture is stabilzed and the above problems do not continue.  We often hear from  our patients that they wish they gotten he implants sooner.  Do not wait if you have missing teeth.  Call us at 270-442-0256 for a consultation or visit our website at:  http://www.bohledental.com/dental-implants.html 

By Dr. Charles Bohle & Bohle Family Dentistry
June 28, 2016
Category: Oral Health

Congratulations Dr. WilliamsCongratulations Dr. Williiams

Bohle Family Dentistry's own, Dr. James Williams recently received an award on behalf of Dental Lifeline Network and the Kentucky Donated Dental Services Program.  He was recognized for his commitment to care for people with disabilites or who are elderly or medically fragile.  Currently, in Kentucky only 31 dentists and 23 dental labs volunteer for the program.  Dr. Williams has been part of providing over $290,000 worth of necessary dental care.  The treatment is a significant contribution the the patients health, happiness and self-esteem.  It aids in the ability to work and support their families and lead normal lives.

He was thanked for his commitment to help some of Kentucky's most vulnerable indiviuals.

Congratulation Dr. Williams!