This year in honor of Veterans Day, we will be offering free dental care to the brave men and women who served our country on November 4, 8:00am – 12:00pm. Services Available: Dental Cleanings, Fillings, Simple Extractions, Medical Screening
Who would think that the dental office could be one of the safest places to visit during sickness season?
How to get that achy tooth looked at or schedule your regular dental cleaning while reducing risk during the pandemic. Schedule an Appointment 5 Top-Notch Risk-Reduction Steps Our Commitment to Your Safety Partners In Dental Care is committed to going above and...
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.
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.
Please remain in your car until we call you back. A clinical team member will call your mobile phone when it is time to enter the building. We will meet you in the foyer, take your temperature, provide hand sanitizer, and review the answers to your Prescreening Questionnaire and Health History Update. Afterwards, you will proceed directly to the treatment room.
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...
March 17, 2020 In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, both the American and Michigan Dental Associations have recommended that Michigan dental offices be closed except for emergency care a minimum of 2 weeks. Following those recommendations, Partners in Dental Care...
According to the American Dental Association, tooth decay is one of the most common chronic children’s diseases in the United States.” Learn about how the MOUTH strategy can help teach kids proper oral hygiene. View Infographic
Soda pop consumption is on the rise across the nation, and our American youth are drinking more soda and energy drinks now than ever before! Check our new 50’s-style educational promo to learn how energy drinks and soda affect our teeth.