Sikora Family Dentistry

23755 Lorain Road

North Olmsted, OH 44070



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Monday 8 am - 5 pm
Tuesday 8 am - 5 pm
Wednesday 8 am - 5 pm
Thursday 8 am - 5 pm
Friday By appt.
Saturday* 8 am - 4 pm
* One Saturday per month


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Family Dentist Practice in North Olmsted, Ohio

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Drs. William and Christine Sikora

Every patient deserves the highest standard of care and a gentle touch. With more than thirty years of serving North Olmsted, Ohio, Sikora Family Dentistry welcome individuals of all ages to their family dentist practice. From preventative care and restorative treatments to cosmetic dentistry, Drs. William and Christine Sikora, and Dr. Cornelius O'Sullivan will help you achieve and maintain good oral health in a comfortable, caring environment.

Keeping Patients Safe during COVID-19

Our office is currently seeing patients for in-person visits. To ensure you receive the treatment you need in a safe environment, we are committed to following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for dental practices. All patients are asked to use provided hand sanitizer upon entering the office and to take advantage of sanitizer placed throughout the office as needed.

Our Dental Care Services

As a family dentist, we offer services for patients of all ages, including preventative care, dental restoration, and cosmetic procedures to brighten your smile. Our available services include:

No matter what brings you to our practice, our team will provide expert treatment to eliminate discomfort, restore function, and create the confident smile you've always wanted.

The Drs. Sikora Toast Before A Banner Celebrating 30 Years In Practice

Why Choose Sikora Family Dentistry?

Sikora Family Dentistry first opened its doors in 1989. Since then, we've consistently offered quality dental care to our West Side communities. We welcome new patients and accept a variety of insurance plans to help make dentistry affordable. Our experienced clinical team and friendly staff are committed to your comfort and providing the highest quality of care during every appointment.

Beyond our experience and extensive selection of services, our practice is set apart by compassion. We understand that many patients feel anxious about seeing a dentist. To relieve this anxiety, we do everything possible to maintain a comfortable, welcoming environment. Our team will work hard to help you feel at ease, and every exam room is equipped with cable TV and optional headphones to make your treatment more pleasant.

To meet the special needs of our youngest patients, a special children's waiting area is stocked with toys, games, and books. Our dental hygienists provide age-appropriate oral health education during children's appointments and deliver the caring, sensitive treatment needed to put kids at ease while visiting the dentist.

Schedule an Appointment Today

By visiting a family dentist, you can access trusted dental care for every member of your family in a single convenient location. To learn more about our services, gentle treatment, and dedicated team, contact Sikora Family Dentistry. We offer flexible scheduling to suit your busy lifestyle at our easily accessible office at 23755 Lorain Rd in North Olmsted, OH. To schedule a visit, make an appointment online or call 440-779-8730 today.

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This dental disorder could be the surprise source of headaches, neck pain

First, it’s facial discomfort and soreness, often noticed in the afternoon, and maybe experiencing an odd clicking noise when eating.

Next, it’s persistent headaches or unexplained radiating pain in the neck and shoulder.

People think they’ve slept wrong, are overly tired or spent too much time hunched over a screen.

But Dr. Bill Sikora says the symptoms are often directly tied to the body’s most complex joint – the jaw – and an affliction that’s also a mouthful: Temporomandibular joint dysfunction, more commonly known as TMD and TMJ.
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Learn dentistry's most important advancement in the last 50 years

It's without a hint of hyperbole that Dr. Bill Sikora calls dental implants the most significant breakthrough in recent dental history for replacing lost and missing teeth.

"This is a quality of life issue solved because before dental implants there was nothing as comfortable or more like a real tooth that let patients go back to how they felt before the loss," said Sikora, a dentist who has owned and operated Sikora Family Dentistry for more than 30 years in North Olmsted.

"Think about a generation of people who had no good solution to their mouth discomfort and the limitations that missing teeth cause. Dental implants are a game-changer because we can replace teeth like we've never been able to do before."

Implants are necessary when patients lose teeth for any reason, said Sikora, noting the loss could be from decay, periodontal disease, trauma or infection.
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The relationship between sleep apnea, snoring and how your dentist can help

Sleep apnea – a serious sleeping disorder that interrupts regular breathing while slumbering – and chronic snoring affects about 30 million people in the U.S. and can cause significant health issues, but a growing number of patients are finding success beating the problem with the help of their dentist.

Research shows that oral appliance therapy, essentially a device that fits like a sports mouthguard or an orthodontic retainer, is an effective treatment option for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. Dentists pioneered the treatment therapy and work hand-in-hand with patients' primary doctors to diagnose and treat the disorder, which occurs when muscles relax during sleep, allowing soft tissue to collapse and block the airway. As a result, repeated breathing pauses occur and are followed by brief awakenings that disturb sleep.
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Advice on tooth decay prevention

Sugary drinks. More bottled water. Fewer people eating healthy diets. Teens mistakenly believing vaping is healthier than smoking.

All of this consumption and more is conspiring to keep the rate of tooth decay – the most common chronic childhood condition – at about 50 percent for those between the ages of 2 and 19.

Left untreated, there are a lifetime of consequences, according to Dr. Bill Sikora, a dentist who has owned and operated Sikora Family Dentistry for more than 30 years in North Olmsted.

There is, however, good news, Sikora said. Tooth decay is 100 percent preventable, and it's important to get and stay ahead of the bacteria that can damage teeth and negatively impact the overall health of children.

"There's no replacement for good oral hygiene and periodic checkups," Sikora said. "There is a lot that you can do to make sure your children, whatever age they are, have good habits that lead to dental health."
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Best of Cleveland Magazine Cover

— "WHAT SETS THEM APART / Delivering painless dentistry and working very hard to make sure patients are comfortable and enjoy a positive experience."

— "MOST GRATIFYING PART OF THEIR WORK / Developing close relationships with their patients by restoring their trust and personal confidence and by decreasing their fear. Improving one's health through dentistry."

Pediatric Dentistry

Upon your child's first visit, they will receive a teeth cleaning and a thorough dental examination. We can help your child develop a healthy smile that will last. We encourage children to practice healthy oral hygiene and to limit sweet snacks. We educate both children and parents so they may learn how to reduce the risk of developing cavities. Our amenities will help your child feel comfortable in a relaxed atmosphere. In the waiting room, there are children's books and video games to make even the fussiest child feel at home.

Schedule an appointment for your child or any member of the family today!

The caring staff at Sikora Family Dentistry

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