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 and Dr. James Cook.

We are located on Main Street in Hilliard, Ohio and provide dental services for both children and adults.

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Dental Services

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.

The 411 on Fluoride

Fluoride is an important mineral that helps prevent tooth decay. It strengthens the teeth when it blends with the tooth’s enamel. It enhances the process of incorporating the minerals like calcium into the teeth that lead to the reversal of tiny cavities. This makes...

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TMD: The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) pertain to a variety of disorders that affect the temporomandibular joints (TMJ), jaw muscles and facial nerves. TMJ are the jaw and joint muscles located on each side of the head. They are responsible for opening and closing the...

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The 4 Basic Types of Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are used to seal the decayed portion of a tooth. It is also used to restore cracked or broken tooth, as well as depleted or weakened teeth. The filling seals the part of the tooth where bacteria can enter, preventing more decay. Typically, a drill is...

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Don’t Let Your Age Keep You from Flossing

It’s never too late to start flossing. Older adults can still floss and they would greatly reap its benefits, as they are susceptible to gum disease. Why are older adults prone to gum disease? Aging. Gums will sooner or later start to recede as a person ages. Promote...

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Foods that Promote Dental Health

While some foods like sugar can cause dental problems, there are foods that can help us obtain good dental health. Here’s a list of foods that promote dental health: Milk and Dairy Products. Calcium keeps our bones and teeth enamel strong. Milk and other dairy...

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What is Dental Abrasion?

Dental abrasion is the condition where any friction from any foreign element causes the erosion of the tooth enamel. Brushing your teeth vigorously can cause dental abrasion and weaken the tooth’s outer layer. Conditions like acid re-flux, bulimia or excessive...

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