Voyles Family Dental
3511 Main Street Next to AutoZone
Voyles Family Dental is welcoming new patients as well as the existing patients of Dr. JW Voyles,
Dr. James Cook, and Dr. Richard Kneisley.
We are located on Main Street in Hilliard, Ohio and provide dental services for both children and adults.
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We serve patients in Hilliard and surrounding communities from child to adult and senior.
Emergency and same day service available. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort let us help you.
Dr. Richard Kneisley – Patients Welcome
To all my great Patients, Friends, and Colleagues: After considerable thought and research, I have made the decision to merge my practice with Dr. James Voyles (Voyles Family Dental) here in Hilliard. I, together with Kim, will continue to provide you with the same...
Nitrous Oxide: AKA Laughing Gas
Nitrous oxide (N2O) is one of the sedation techniques used by dentists to relax a patient during a dental treatment. Discovered by Humphrey Davy in 1771, it is simply a gas that you inhale. Used for children and adults, it is a safe and effective sedative agent. It...
A Tooth extraction is a procedure where a tooth is removed from its hole in the bone. Also known as dental extraction, it is performed for a number of reasons. Reasons for Tooth Extraction Badly Damaged Tooth. A badly damaged tooth is one of the common reasons for...
Inlays and Onlays are treatments that strengthen a damaged tooth while improving its appearance. They are used to treat tooth decay or a badly damaged tooth that does not require a dental crown. Inlays/Onlays are constructed in a dental lab before the dentist fits and...
Green Tea for Healthy Teeth and Gums
Most of us would choose a cup of coffee for a caffeine boost, but do you know that green tea might be a better choice for your oral health? In 2009, a study on the oral health benefits of green tea was conducted on 940 Japanese men. The study revealed that almost all...
Baby Teeth Build the Foundation for Permanent Teeth
Baby teeth or primary teeth usually come in at age 3-4 months, although they start to break out through the gums when the baby is 6 months to one-year old. The type of teeth that appear depends on the timing, but at age three, the 20 primary teeth will appear....