Thank you for being understanding with the fluid situation of COVID-19. The CDC and American Dental Association has recommended that we only see patients if there is a true emergency: swelling, severe pain, abscess, or uncontrolled bleeding. Please call the office (502)365-9699, if you have any of these symptoms we can triage you and create a plan. Our goal is to not overwhelm our healthcare system at this time. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.
Lumineers can fix all kinds of cosmetic smile problems. Teeth stained from tetracycline, tobacco or tea? No problem. All of that and more can be transformed into a straight, bright smile with Lumineers. Come see us for more information.
Dental cleanings are an important part of preventative dentistry. They are designed to catch problems early and promote good oral health. Our professionals can clean tartar and plaque off your teeth that you can’t get on your own. Call today. The hour you spend in our office will be time well-spent.
When it comes to caring for your teeth, preventative treatments can’t be undersold. That’s because protecting yourself from the harm that can come to teeth can prevent lost teeth and costly problems down the line. That’s why we want our patients to know about the benefits of dental sealants. Read our blog post for more!
Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is the best way to ward off tooth decay and tooth loss. But what’s the best way to convince your children that brushing their teeth is not only healthy, but also fun? Check out our blog post for our list of things that you can do to help your child brush their teeth consistently—and avoid tooth decay while they do it!
Dentures can make a huge difference in the life of someone with missing teeth. They look and act exactly like natural teeth, and are perfectly fitted to your mouth. Just like natural teeth, dentures need attention and work to last a lifetime. Read our blog post for information on how you can properly care for your dentures.
They may sound synonymous, but a children’s (or pediatric) dentist and a family dentist are actually quite different. Check out our blog post where we help you decide which one is best for you and your family’s needs.