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As we get ready to re-open our practice we would first like to say thank you for your patience during this difficult time. We also want to reassure you that we are taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of ALL of our patients and our Team Members. We have implemented additional sanitization measures, additional Personal Protective Equipment, and additional strategies to reduce the risk of the spread of Covid 19. With this in mind the following measures ..
Below you will find a wide array of interesting and educational links that we feel will benefit your understanding and knowledge of your dental health. If you have a suggestion for a link that you feel would be of interest, please feel free to email it to us so we can share it with all of our patients. We are associated with these Dental Associations, ADA, FDA and WCDA. Feel free to check out their links below: http://www.ada.org/ http://perio.org..
Periodontal disease Periodontal disease is a condition where you have millions of harmful bacteria that have multiplied under the gumline causing an infection. This condition starts as gingivitis or inflammation of the gingiva. It is characterized by a slight irritation and redness of the gums but is typically painless. The only symptom you may notice is bleeding while brushing or flossing. If your gums bleed, it is NOT normal. It is a sign that some type of inflammation exists and you shoul..
When using your water Pik do not use anything but water. It is the oxygen in the H2O molecule that helps kill the bacteria. Most bacteria that contribute to periodontal disease are anaerobic, meaning they live in areas without oxygen. In fact oxygen kills these organisms so it is important to use only water and not Listerine or some other agent in your irrigator. To start, get a steady stream of water going. If it is a showerfloss, Make sure it is not too strong and not to weak; the wate..
In order to accommodate more working families we are now having hours from: Monday and Thursday are 8am-5pm Tuesdays 7am-3pm Wednesdays 7am to 2pm Friday by appointment only...
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