Jon Frankel Dentistry

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  1. Contagious Smiles in Toledo

    Dental Practice Makes Happiness Go Viral


    Since 1946 Frankel Dentistry has been changing lives a smile at a time. It is not just the patients who are smiling. The doctors, healthcare providers, and staff seem to be continually happy. The best dental experience they provide is not only for their patients but each other. What makes smiling go viral at this Ohio dental office?

    Core Process are Documented and Accessible

    Weekly meetings,  monthly training, continuing education opportunities, and quarterly events help the employees at both the Toledo and Maumee locations really get to know each other. Core processes include conflict resolution and communication refinement. The entire office is currently looking at Kim Scott’s Radical Candor communication model.

    Frankel Dentistry takes time to learn how to enjoy their patients and each other!

    Pre-Covid Meeting with Ron Kaminski from CultureShoc

    Core Processes are key at this midwestern dental practice. These processes have a life of their own. They grow and improve, changing as needed. Using  the EOS model for business organization brings the freedom of knowing what is expected and how to live a stress-free work life. Being accountable is fun once you hone your talents in a position you want, get, and have the capacity to excel at.

    Frankel Dentistry has clear expectations!

    Healthy Mouth Healthy Body Brochure

    The doctors, healthcare providers, and staff at Frankel Dentistry are grateful to serve the community through dentistry. Clinical studies continue to expand the correlation between a healthy mouth and a healthy body. Please feel free to contact their office at mainoffice@jonfrankeldentistry.com for their brochure on the impact of dental health on overall health. If you ask the employees at either location what their passion is, the answer will be unanimous, Changing Lives a Smile at a Time. This is no small thing.

    Frankel Dentistry makes a real impact!

    Who is your dentist?

    Don’t be rude but ask to look in the wallet or purse of a Frankel Dentistry team member. You will find a business card just waiting to be shared. Referred new patients receive a complimentary comprehensive exam with radiographs and oral cancer screening. The doctors, healthcare providers, and staff at Frankel Dentistry can’t help themselves but bring work home. It is too important. They know the impact they can make through dental care. They appreciate what Frankel Dentistry does for their families and patients. It is just too good to not share.    

    Frankel Dentistry has employees who wouldn’t work anywhere else.

    Looking? Contact Frankel Human Resources
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    Adopting Paragon Management owner, Ken Runkle’s BRAVO board is one of the many ways to be recognized at Frankel Dentistry. Comments are read daily thanking a team member for contributing over and above. Birthdays are celebrated with the delivery of a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Recently the new parents at both locations were surprised with cases of diapers delivered to their doorsteps.

    Frankel Dentistry celebrates doctors, healthcare providers, and staff.

    Always Better Philosophy includes ZOOM meetings during the pandemic.

    Dr. Frankel Offering Latest Updates

  2. National Smile Power Day

    Smile! It is good for you.

    June 15th is National Smile Power Day! Smiling is such a simple act that has a lot of health benefits. Here are some reasons why you should be smiling not just today but every day.

    Reduces stress

    You have probably heard about the negative effects that stress causes your body. Smiling is a great way to reduce that harmful feeling. By forcing yourself to smile you are telling your body to release endorphins. These are the body’s natural feel-good chemicals that tell our body to be in less pain. So the next time you are feeling stressed out or overwhelmed, just remember to smile!

    Lowers blood pressure

    As you just read, endorphins are our natural feel-good chemicals that can reduce our stress levels. When we are stressed, our blood pressure rises and can cause damage to our bodies. The physical act of smiling causing our endorphins to rise which can lower one’s blood pressure. Maintaining a healthy blood pressure level can lead to an overall healthy body. Keep smiling and keep that blood pressure down.

    Makes us attractive

    People are drawn to a natural smile. It creates an open and positive feeling that is inviting to others. When we don’t smile we can look tired or worn out, making us seem unapproachable. Put a smile on and test it for yourself.

    Makes us feel happy

    The physical act of smiling tricks our brains into thinking we are happy. The muscles involved with this action tell our brain that humor is occurring which can then create actual feelings of happiness. Even a forced smile tells our brain to be happy. So the next time you are feeling down, slap on a smile because your brain won’t know the difference.

    Smiling is a powerful tool. It can affect our mental health by sending a message to our brain and letting us know that “Everything is okay.” Our physical health can be improved with this simple action. Make smiling apart of your daily routine and see all the different benefits that it can have on your body.

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