Our goal is to give you great care from the moment you walk through the door. You’ll find a clean, inviting environment and sense a family atmosphere from dentists and staff who greet you with a smile and treat you with respect. We want to surpass your expectations as we provide quality, affordable care for you and your family.
We welcome patients with disabilities and ensure equal access to dental care services and the facilities where services are provided. We will make reasonable modifications to policies, practices, and procedures, including the provision of auxiliary aids and services when appropriate, to make dental care services fully available to individuals with disabilities.
We provide equal access for persons with disabilities in accordance with all federal, state and local laws. When a patient or companion requires a qualified ASL interpreter, or other auxiliary aids or services, we will provide these services at no cost to the patient. If you need a disability accommodation during your dental appointment, please notify us when you make your appointment.
Dentists are at the forefront of making a patient smile brighter. Our dental team is always looking to provide Smiles for Everyone®! If you are a dedicated dentist, we want to connect with you! We are always looking to expand our team with dentists and dental specialists with a passion for patient care. View our dentist opportunities.
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A straight, healthy smile is more than just your best feature—it may also be your most important. Proper alignment, or occlusion, of your teeth and jaws is critical to the long-term functioning of your teeth, jaws, and mouth, as well as to your overall health. Misaligned teeth and jaws can lead to problems like uneven…Read More
In a study published in the online Journal of Clinical Periodontology, researchers found that COVID patients with gum disease were more likely to suffer serious medical complications, including being: 3.5 times more likely to be admitted to intensive care 4.5 times more likely to need a ventilator Nearly nine times more likely to die compared…Read More
Is smoking marijuana ruining your smile? Now that marijuana is legal in many states for recreational or medicinal purposes (or both) we will soon be able to conduct more comprehensive studies on the true oral health effects of cannabis use. What we understand so far about the oral health effects of smoking cannabis is based…Read More