A Letter to Our Patients Regarding Reopening Plans

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To All Our Valued Patients, Like many healthcare providers and businesses, our regular schedule and hours have been altered due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Over the past few weeks, we have seen patients on an emergency only basis and have been working to reschedule patients as we could. As we near the expiration date of Executive Order 31 …

10 Bad Dental Habits to Leave Behind

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There are many opportunities for change and self-improvement throughout the course of our lifetimes. People set goals to better themselves in health and fitness, but dental health is usually left by the wayside. However, taking care of your teeth is vital for your overall health. Many of us are pretty consistent about maintaining good dental health habits—we brush our teeth, …

Important Information Regarding Appointments Effective 3/19/2020

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To our patients and their families, Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020, we will be suspending all dental hygiene appointments. If you have an appointment scheduled for essential dental work that does not require a drill or water spray, such as crown placements or denture work, our team will still be able to see you; however, other appointments will be rescheduled …

Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus at University General Dentists

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The coronavirus, or COVID-19, has been labeled by the World Health Organization as a pandemic. To help prevent the spread of the disease, University General Dentists is taking extra precautions and is following all the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the American Dental Association (ADA). Your health is our top priority, and …

Infection Control: Why It’s Important in the Dental Office

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No matter the reason for your visit to your dental care provider, infection control is important to the safety and effectiveness of your oral health. Procedures and recommendations established by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) help prevent transmission of infections such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV in the dental office. Here’s a list of just …