Beginning May 18, 2020, we will start to see patients for elective and routine care. We will continue to take every precaution as advised by federal and state directives and guidelines. Your safety and the safety of our team is our number one priority. We are fortunate to be equipped with all the proper personal protective equipment. All our team has completed advanced training as recommended by agencies including CDC, OSHA and the ADA. We are maintaining proper social distancing and environmental disinfection requirements to ensure your safety. We look forward to caring for your oral healthcare needs.
Mobile BusEvery seat is first class! When kids can’t come to the dental office, the dental office goes to the kids. A Tooth Doctor for Kids has two mobile units. Each has two complete dental stations. Every year, they bringread moreSeptember 01, 2016
Antimicrobials, Medications & Oral HealthConsider the use of antimicrobial, as appropriate, to prevent tooth decay. For example, to give the mouth an extra good clean, rinsing with an antimicrobial mouth rinse is recommended. These kill bacteria in the mouthread moreAugust 24, 2016
Injury PreventionMany dental injuries can be prevented in toddlers and children. Try to childproof your home to prevent your toddler from dental injuries by using nonskid rug pads to keep carpeting secure and prevent your child fromread moreAugust 23, 2016
Fluoride NeedsTooth decay occurs when plaque — that sticky film of bacteria that accumulates on teeth — breaks down sugars in food. The bacteria produce damaging acids that dissolve the hard enamel surfaces of teeth. If the damaread moreAugust 22, 2016
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