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Why Smiles are Important

Posted on Mar 10, 2016, by Grace Rizza

Dentist Asheville A smile comprises 60% of the weight of the face, creating an immediate, subconscious, visual impact on people you meet. Contact our office for more information.

February is Heart Health Month

Posted on Feb 17, 2016, by Grace Rizza

Dentist in Asheville Did you know that taking care of your teeth can impact heart health by reducing your chances of having a heart attack or a stroke by 50%? Contact our office for more information.

The Newest of Modern Dentistry

Posted on Nov 19, 2015, by Grace Rizza

At Phillips & Schmitt DDS, PA, we are proud to offer the Trios Digital Impression System to replace the traditional molded impressions of your teeth. We have equipped our practice with this advanced, modern technology to make all treatment as effective and comfortable as possible for our patients. This provides high-quality, non-invasive impressions and is proven to be consistently more accurate than any other dental scanner. These precise

Get The Facts About Gum Disease from our Asheville Dentist

Posted on Oct 23, 2015, by Grace Rizza

Did you know that gum disease often has no symptoms?  Take a look at these facts about gum disease. Contact our Asheville dentist for more information or to schedule an appointment.  

You Snooze, You Could Lose: NPR Publishes Article on Sleep Disorders and Their Dangerous Effects

Posted on Sep 1, 2015, by Meg Allen

  NPR recently published a news story on the topic of sleep disorders,zooming in on one particular disorder that is very common: obstructive sleep apnea. Over 50 million adults in the United States have a sleep disorder such as insomnia, restless leg syndrome, or sleep apnea. It is estimated that 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, with 80% of those cases being mild to moderate obstructive sleep

Chew on This: Foods for Healthy Teeth

Posted on May 18, 2015, by Grace Rizza

When brushing or flossing isn’t convenient, you can keep your mouth feeling fresh by eating certain foods. When you’re on the go or in a hurry, try grabbing one of these foods to munch on to help fight plaque and keep your teeth healthy. Water is the best way to stimulate saliva, which is your body’s greatest defense against bacteria that causes plaque and cavities. Saliva helps to

Phillips & Schmitt, DDS, PA is an Active Participant in the Open Wide Foundation

Posted on May 13, 2015, by Grace Rizza

Phillips & Schmitt, DDS, PA is an active participant in the Open Wide Foundation. OpenWide Foundation works in partnership with local governments to set up dental clinics in underserved parts of the world where access to skilled dental care does not exist. Open Wide also facilitates the logistics of trip planning for dentists and their teams who want to volunteer in the clinics. Our team has donated a

Dentist Asheville | Interesting Facts About Teeth

Posted on Apr 15, 2015, by Grace Rizza

Here are some interesting facts about your amazing teeth: Enamel is the hardest substance in the body, according to Dr. Leslie Seldin, a spokeswoman for the American Dental Association. A quarter of all of the adults in the United States have lost all of their teeth due to improper at home and professional care. Teeth are already forming before birth. The term “wisdom teeth” was given because these

Asheville Dentist | A Guide To Better Health

Posted on Apr 15, 2015, by Grace Rizza

Did you know that 40% of children have tooth decay by the time they are in kindergarten? Read about how to maintain and achieve a healthy smile.  If you would like to schedule an appointment, contact us at our Asheville dental office. 

Dr. Schmitt Attends 30th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Osseointegration

Posted on Apr 7, 2015, by Grace Rizza

In March, Dr. Schmitt attended the 30th annual meeting of the Academy of Osseointegration in San Francisco. This internationally acclaimed conference provides excellence in education and development of dental implant technology and clinical/surgical practice. The theme this year was “Science Collaboration and Clinical Excellence for 30-years.” For more information on Dr. Schmitt, please contact us.