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.

How Much Will My Dental Visit Cost?

Read our blog post to learn about our military discount and in-house Dental Savers Plan. We also accept CareCredit and many dental insurances. If you have further questions about our various payment options to finance your dental treatments, contact our friendly team today.

Floss to Boost Your Health

When you think of caring for your teeth and your oral health what comes to mind? If you are like most people, the answer of “brushing my teeth” is often the only one you will get. Sure, if pressed, many people will also agree that visiting the dentist is important. Yet, if flossing is not … Continued

Pain In The Tooth? Call Right Away!

Many people choose to ignore certain issues because they either believe that they are not serious or that they will simply go away on their own. Some people do this to avoid spending money; some do this to avoid rearranging their schedules; and some do this to avoid visiting the doctor or dentist at any … Continued

Gum Disease and Children

Many people mistakenly think that gum disease is a problem for adults or people who may be genetically predisposed to it. While it is more common in adults, diseases of the gum can affect children as well. Gum disease is a chronic inflammation of the gums that can progress to impact the soft tissue and … Continued

Adults Benefit From Fluoride Treatments, Too!

Typically, when people think about fluoride, they think about treatments given to children at each dental visit. People know this helps their developing teeth become strong and offers a barrier of protection against attacks from bacteria and acid from the foods you eat.  However, people do not often think about fluoride for adults. Yet, to … Continued


If you have gingivitis while you are pregnant, you are not alone. Nearly half of all pregnant women experience this complication, commonly referred to as “pregnancy gingivitis.” Though you do not need to unnecessarily worry about it, it is cause for some specific concerns that can affect you and your growing baby. “Pregnancy gingivitis” is … Continued
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