Oral Health Services

The Dental Center of Northwest Ohio offers a wide range of routine dental services to children and adults. All work is performed by dental professionals who are committed to helping those in need in Northwest Ohio. The staff at the Dental Center of Northwest Ohio includes skilled and licensed dentists, hygienists, dental assistants, and certified community healthworkers. Each year thousands of residents benefit from these services, which include:


Plaque is removed from teeth to prevent common oral problems such as cavities and gingivitis.

Oral Health Exams

This exam includes gathering information about your medical history as well as examining your teeth and oral structures.


Artificial teeth that are removable and take the place or missing or extracted teeth.

Root Canal

A procedure for treating teeth that have been heavily damaged by an injury or large cavity. Infected pulp is removed from the root of a tooth during the procedure.

Periodontal Disease

This is a treatment that takes care of diseases that are in the structures that surround teeth.


This is the removal of a tooth or teeth, including wisdom teeth.


Treatment for a cavity that involves removing the decay and filling the void with a material that restores the structural integrity of the tooth.

Dental Crowns

A special type of filling that covers the entire tooth to restore the structural integrity and primary function.

Dental Bridges

These are used to fill in gaps when there are one or more missing teeth.

Oral Surgery

Referrals for surgery required to fix any number of problems in mouth, neck, face or jaw region.

Emergency Dental Care

Injuries that happen to your mouth that require immediate dental care.


Residents who live within the service areas of Northwest Ohio and are living at or below 400% of the Federal Poverty level qualify for dental services. Residents will need to bring proof of income (such as two pay stubs) to their first visit at the Dental Center. After the initial visit, proof of income will need to provided annually.



In addition to cash, personal check and major credit or debit card payments, the Dental Center accepts Medicaid, Medicaid-related HMOs and most private insurances. Payment plans can be arranged through Care Credit. Eligible families who meet income needs and do not have Medicaid or dental insurance will receive reduced-cost adult services that will be reduced to the Medicaid reimbursement rates. Dental services for children under the age of 19 are billed $25 per visit, regardless of the amount of dental treatment that is performed. Some exceptions apply.