Our New Patient Safety Protocols

Our New Patient Safety Protocols

Like in other medical professions, ensuring that our staff wear proper PPE is important for everyone’s safety. When coming into our office, you’ll see all of our staff from the receptionist to your hygienist wearing a proper protective face-covering. Some staff members will also be wearing shields to protect their entire face as they work.

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Reopening Plan

Reopening Plan

Prevention starts before you come in for your appointment. Two days prior to your appointment, we will call to ask you a few screening questions. When you arrive for your appointment, we will ask the same questions again, and will take your temperature as an additional safety precaution.

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COVID-19 Update 4/2/20

COVID-19 Update 4/2/20

Due to the federal government’s extended COVID-19 recommendations, Partners in Dental Care will be closed through April 30. All patients who had appointments scheduled through the end of day on Thursday April 30 have been cancelled. If we are forced to cancel...

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Our Plan to Keep You Healthy & Safe

Our Plan to Keep You Healthy & Safe

March 16, 2020 With the recent outbreak and confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States and now in our state, we are closely monitoring the situation and following the Centers for Disease Control to help prevent the spread of the disease. We would like to...

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Acid Reflux

Acid Reflux

What is Acid Reflux? Acid reflux, also called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), is when stomach acid washes up into the throat. If a person experiences this symptom, commonly called heartburn, more than twice a week, he or she may have acid reflux. But not...

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Diabetes

Diabetes

What is gum disease? Gum disease occurs when germs destroy gums and bone around the teeth. It starts with plaque, and the goal of daily brushing and flossing is to remove this sticky substance before it becomes an issue. If plaque is not removed, it becomes tartar,...

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Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders

Dentists Can Identify Clues to Eating Disorders With nearly 10 million women and 1 million men suffering from eating disorders in the U.S., more dentists are becoming the first line of defense when it comes to recognizing these problems in patients—especially teens....

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Heart Disease

Heart Disease

Link between Gum Disease and Heart Attacks When a person has gum disease, the body reacts to mouth bacteria with swelling. Gum disease is an inflammatory disease, as can be heart disease. This swelling response results in inflammation in the blood vessels lining the...

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)? OSA is when a sleeping person stops breathing because something is blocking the airway. When this happens, the body doesn’t take in the oxygen it needs. This leads to potentially life threatening conditions that affect the heart,...

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Oral Cancer & HPV

Oral Cancer & HPV

Oral cancer, or cancer of the mouth, can be detected in early stages because the mouth is an area of the body where changes can be seen easily. HPV is a virus that infects certain skin surfaces, including the mouth, throat, tongue, tonsils and others. Infection occurs...

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Schedule an Appointment

***If your appointment was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, we will be reaching out soon to reschedule***

Schedule an appointment with us by calling (616) 949-0230.