At Schneider Family Dental, Dr. Matt Schneider makes use of dental technology that wasn’t available when the practice first opened its doors in 1968. In fact, much of it wasn’t available a few years ago. 3-D x-rays give dentists a full view of teeth, allowing them to observe virtually every spot of decay and any frisbees stuck on the roof of the mouth. The office's Cerec machine crafts porcelain crowns custom fitted to patients in one visit, and tooth-colored composite resins keep fillings a secret.
But the team isn’t bogged down with technology so much that they neglect the comfort of their patients. IV sedation relaxes nervous or needle-wary patients while allowing them to continue giving feedback during treatments.
Each year, hundreds of people flock to The Bogey Bar and Grill to watch a golf tournament they could easily see on television. And it?s not just the tournament that draws a crowd?it?s the atmosphere, the fresh fare, and the live music. The eatery keeps up this excitement all year long: Each day until at least 11 p.m., the kitchen releases its bounty?a menu of burgers, fish and chips, and baskets of fried pickles to go along with craft beers poured fresh from the bar. The Bogey also fills its huge patio space with frequent live music, spurred on by a lengthy outdoor bar that slings drinks to prevent guests from having to smuggle in flasks of vanilla extract.
Our mission is to provide enjoyable, high quality, supplementary opportunities to anyone with a desire to enhance their knowledge on any given topic. Oxford Enrichment Center is a privately owned and operated center devoted to amplifying knowledge and exploration in areas of need and/or interest.
Authentic Pit BBQ Hickory & Applewood Smoked Started in 2003 offering Catering and Fund Raising Services. Everything on our menu is home-made from scratch. If you are looking for "Real BBQ" that tastes great and service that is professional but personal, call Buckeye Boys BBQ for your next event.
Each day the kitchen staff at Village Pizzeria creates the dough for its pizzas, calzones, and strombolis from scratch. But that's not the only ingredient that's crafted in house. The cooks also make the sausage that tops the Monster Meat pizza; the meatballs that line the meatball sub; and the lasagna, manicotti, and macaroni that quietly bicker amongst themselves over who gets the best sauce. Even the ingredients the chefs don't make in house come from premium food purveyors, such as Grande Fine Italian Cheeses.