Beginning on May 11, 2020, we will start to see patients for elective and routine care while continuing to take every precaution as advised by the ADA, CDA, WHO, CADPH, CALAMOS, CDC, and OSHA. Our patient's and team's safety is our number 1 priority and we are fortunate to be equipped with the proper personal protective equipment to treat our community as safely as possible. We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the steps we take to keep you, and every patient, safe in our practice.
Mouth and Body ConnectionIn recent years, doctors and researchers have discovered a mouth-body connection, which indicates links between gum disease and several medical conditions. Gum disease has been linked to increased risk of heart diseaseread moreJuly 29, 2016
General Dental Hygiene TipsThe following information can help you and your family take good care of your teeth. How to Brush Your Teeth Choose a good toothbrush. A soft brush with a small head is the best choice. This type of brush is hard eread moreJuly 29, 2016
FAQsAbout Our Practice Do I need someone to drive me home after surgery, or can I drive? If you are receiving sedation, you will need a responsible adult to drive you home and to remain with yread moreJune 01, 2016
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