Get to know the Office and Doctors
that will be taking care of your smile.
DentalWorks Brunswick is proud to offer compassionate care to each of our patients. Whether you and your loved ones need dental cleanings, teeth straightening, or anything in between, our dentists, hygienists, and staff are committed to helping you gain a healthy, lasting smile. We offer convenient dental solutions personalized for your family’s oral health needs and lifestyle.
We’re proud to be the dentist Brunswick, OH patients trust with their dental health and look forward to welcoming you and your loved ones into our family.
3455 Center Road
Brunswick, OH 44212
Phone Number: (330) 558-8450
Fax Number: (216) 584-1045
Monday & Thursday: 9am – 7pm
Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
Friday & Saturday: 9am – 3pm*
Wednesday & Sunday: Closed
Located on Center Road (Route 303) across from Giant Eagle, in North Park Plaza with Starbucks & Pizza Fire.
Practice will be open every other Friday and Saturday. Please contact the office for more information.
*Alternating Friday and Saturday hours. Please call the office for more details.
Dental care is available for patients of all ages, including pediatric services and care for senior patients as well as adults.
For teeth that are out of alignment, metal braces can effectively shift the teeth to a proper position.
A dental implant involves placing a replacement tooth root in the jawbone, which provides the foundation for temporary or permanent tooth options.
Multiple types of oral conditions, such as disease, might negatively affect a patient's overall wellness. Stemming from damaging oral bacteria, gum disease is considered a main source of loose or missing teeth among patients aged 35 and up...
There are many types of oral surgery, including surgical procedures such as a tooth removal or a root canal.
Dentures are used to replace all of a patient’s teeth (complete dentures) or several teeth (partial dentures) to restore your smile.
DentalWorks cosmetic dentistry procedures will rejuvenate your smile.
In addition to preventative care, repairing your smile, and all of our standard services, we have even more that can help you and your family stay healthy.
From checkup and cleanings, to transforming your smile, our dental family is here for yours. But don’t take our word for it. See what our patients are saying about us.
My hygienist was very nice and explained the process as she went through the cleaning and the doctor was nice and thorough. For my first time going there, I was impressed. Thank you for your care.K.B.
I am extremely happy that I went to DentalWorks. Everyone there is very good-humored and makes you feel very comfortable, very non-judgemental. I will continue to go here for my dental work. I would like to thank them for everything they did for me.T.H.
Lauren Young, D.D.S., is a General Dentist.
Dr. Lauren Young believes in providing dental care that meets the individual needs of each of her patients.
Dr. Young earned her Bachelor of Science degree in biology in 2011 at The University of Akron, where she graduated magna cum laude. She then went on to earn her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry in 2016. After receiving her DDS degree, she completed a two-year general practice residency at Mercy Medical Center in Canton, Ohio, where, in her second year, she accomplished the title of chief resident.
Starting at a young age, Dr. Young knew she wanted to pursue a career in dentistry due to her love of art, working with her hands and science — three passions that translate well into the industry.
She is a member of the American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association, Comprehensive Dental Excellence Forum and Spear, which are organizations and study clubs that help to ensure she continuously provides the highest quality and most up-to-date care for her patients.
In her spare time, Dr. Young enjoys being involved in local dental association courses and serving at her church in Bath, Ohio. She adores her volunteer experiences with Refuge of Hope Ministry in Ohio and Nicaragua, where she provided comprehensive care to men without insurance or a financial means to pay for their dental treatment and extracted broken down teeth and treated people with extensive infections, respectively.
Brenton Sedon, D.D.S., is a General Dentist.
Dr. Brent Sedon was born in Canton Ohio. He attended Kent State University and earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2006. Dr. Sedon was accepted to The Ohio State College of Dentistry and graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2010. He has continued to advance his training by attending continuing education courses. He is a member of American Academy of General Dentistry, the Ohio Dental Association and the Medina County Dental Society. Dr. Sedon enjoys spending his free time with his lovely wife Crystal and working on his hobby farm.
The DentalWorks Brunswick facility is conveniently located in Brunswick, OH. Open and airy, we invite new and existing patients to our facility. Equipped with progressive dental technologies, every aspect was configured with the patient at the forefront. Our patients’ first experience starts with a warm welcome from our front desk staff, where patients are promptly checked in. We offer several examination rooms, along with a consultation space. Our treatment room is prepared with the highest grade dental equipment to ensure that every individual has a comfortable and painless appointment. Our team invites you to visit our sprawling dental practice, DentalWorks Brunswick, so that we can provide you the treatment you deserve.
In light of the COVID pandemic, we are taking extra vigilance to ensure the health of you and our team. Please see the additional steps we are taking in our practices to ensure your safety.
We have reinforced our already comprehensive Infection Control procedures with our team members, which include:
In addition we are also taking the following additional steps:
If you develop any cold symptoms prior to your appointment, please consider rescheduling or utilizing our TeleDentistry website to be seen virtually.
We understand the longer dental practices remain closed to preventive care and treatment for early forms of dental disease, the more likely that patients’ untreated disease will progress, increasing the complexity and cost of treatment. It is recommended by the CDC that you minimize the number of visits by completing as much of your recommended treatment during your appointment.