Staying Safe at the Dentist — Air Control, Ventilation

Because pathogens travel through the air, dental settings require careful management to keep team members and patients as safe as possible. Learn more about air quality and ventilation control in the dentist office.

Staying Safe at the Dentist — Safe Dental Procedures

The very nature of dental work makes patients and healthcare personnel alike more vulnerable to exposure. Learn more about some of the most important procedural changes we’ve made to make your visit as safe as possible.

Staying Safe at the Dentist – The Office Environment

The physical office itself needs careful attention to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about the steps we’ve been taking to keep you safe.

Staying Safe at the Dentist – Office Procedures

A key aspect of preventing the spread of infectious diseases such as COVID-19 is the type of procedures used in dental offices. Learn more about these procedures and the associated benefits.

Maximize Your 2020 Dental Benefits — There’s still time!

Did you know most dental insurance benefits don’t roll over from year to year? If you don’t use them, you could lose them! Learn more about how to utilize all of your dental benefits for a healthy smile in the new year.

Tooth Decay: Why It Happens And What You Can Do About It

Tooth decay, cavities, and dental fillings are some of the most common oral health issues faced by patients of all ages. Learn more about how tooth decay forms, easy ways to prevent cavities and your options for treatment.

Pregnancy and Gum Health

Your gum health becomes even more important when you're pregnant. Learn about ways to prevent, detect and treat gum disease during pregnancy.

The Importance of Replacing Missing Teeth

Waiting too long to replace a lost tooth can present many challenges. Learn more about what can happen if you don’t replace your missing teeth and your options for treating tooth loss.

How To Handle A Dental Emergency

Whether it is a fall, a car accident or a sports injury that harms your teeth, you will want to act immediately to repair the damage and alleviate the pain before it gets worse. Learn more about what you should do if you have a dental emergency.

Chronic Jaw Pain? Your Dentist Can Help

When the muscles that connect your jaws don’t function as they should, you may have a condition known as temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Learn more about your TMJ pain and how your dentist can help.

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