General Dentistry

Oral Hygiene & Dentures Erie, PA

Reichel Dental proudly serves Erie, PA and the surrounding communities with high-quality dental care. We offer a variety of services and treatments, because we believe that everyone deserves a beautiful smile that they are proud of and can feel confident in. In addition to general dentistry services, we also offer cosmetic services and sleep apnea treatment. One of the most important steps to ideal dental health is regular teeth cleanings.

Our Registered Dental Hygienist, Julie Fox, is recognized at our practice for her kindness and gentleness with patients. She pays attention to detail and will provide you with a customized home-care routine to prevent cavities and fight against gum disease, or periodontitis. We also provide scaling and root planing for deep cleaning under the gum to remove tartar.

At Reichel Dental, we use and highly recommend SuperSmile for our patients. This toothpaste uses Calprox, which gently and safely removes stains. Patients love how it gently whitens their teeth, giving you noticeable results with continuous use.

Photo of the sign of Richard L. Reichel, II, DMD outside of the dental practice

At-Home Oral Care

Make sure you are brushing your teeth twice a day!
Use a soft toothbrush and make sure you are reaching all parts of your mouth, including the backs of your back molars and your tongue. Use a toothpaste with gentle materials, such as SuperSmile, and make sure it contains fluoride, which helps strengthen teeth.


Floss daily.
Flossing cleans out plaque, food and grime from in between your teeth that your toothbrush can’t reach. Not flossing can cause cavities and is just as bad as not brushing!


Avoid too many sugary foods and drinks.
When sugar stays in your mouth for a long period of time, it creates acid that wears away at your tooth enamel, producing bacteria that leaves your teeth exposed to cavities.


Schedule a teeth cleaning twice a year.
It is recommended that you see a dental hygienist for a cleaning about every six months to avoid gum disease and to check for cavities, decay and other oral problems.


For more information regarding what you can do at home to be proactive about your oral health, be sure to keep up with our news and updates. Give us a call at 814-459-8219 for any questions or to schedule an appointment (link to Schedule Today).