Lindsey D. Schilling, DMD, MSD
I have dedicated my life to changing my patients’ smiles for the better and enjoy being able to give them the smile they want and deserve to have. I believe having a smile and teeth you are proud of makes you more confident in everything that you do. Seeing a shy patient transform into a confident and outgoing adult through the course of their treatment is rewarding in so many ways.
While I enjoy working with patients of all ages, being involved with the youth in my community is a very fulfilling aspect of my career. The kids are so creative and busy with sports and school activities and I love to hear their stories from school or about things that they are involved in or excited about. I get to watch them grow and mature, and in return I give them a beautiful smile that they will have for the rest of their lives.
Education and Continuing Education
- Doctorate of Dental Medicine – Case Western Reserve University, with Honors
- Master of Science in Dentistry – Case Western Reserve University
- Orthodontic Certification – Case Western Reserve University
I feel it is important to keep up with the advances in the orthodontic and dental fields so I can offer the most up-to-date treatment options for my patients. In addition to attending local dental society meetings, I am also involved with the AAO annual meeting and attend courses through the Damon Forum.
- American Dental Association
- Ohio Dental Association
- American Association of Orthodontists
- North Central Ohio Dental Society
Outside the Office
I was raised on the east side of Cleveland in Shaker Heights. I currently reside in Huron with my energetic and loving cat, Daisy. I have two sisters and three beautiful neices. My free time is spent knitting stuffed animals, baby sweaters, hats, and scarves for friends and family, baking and cooking, and creating my own pottery. I am also a member of the Sandusky Bay Rowing Association. As an active member of my community, I support and give to local schools, police safety programs, Bellevue Community Days, local youth football teams, and patients’ 4H projects.