Due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are following the instructions of the CDC and the MN Board of Dentistry, closing the practice to all cases except emergency cases. During this temporary office closure, we will have availability M-F from 8am until 12pm to treat emergencies for existing patients. If you are a current patient and you are having a dental emergency please call (952)449-9494. Please call ahead as the office will only be staffed on an as-needed basis. We are closely following the situation and recommendations of the CDC and will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.
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Has your hygienist told you that you need scaling and root planing? You may have a lot of questions. Check out this great article by Colgate explaining what scaling and root planing is and why it is necessary.You can also call our office for more information.
Recently our entire team made a trip down to Scottsdale, AZ to visit the Spear Education Center and attend their 3-day workshop on providing great experiences for our patients. We learned a lot and had a great time in the process. We traveled in two groups, the first half of us traveling in May and then the second half of ...
The end of the year is fast approaching! Have you made the most of your dental benefits? Dental insurance is often a "use it or lose it" benefit- If you have any benefits remaining, there’s still time to use them before you lose ...
It’s National Gum Care Month! Is your smile supported by strong, healthy gums? With gum disease now linked to larger health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and dementia, keeping your gums in excellent condition is critical for your overall well-being.
Did you know that blueberries have many natural health properties?
A recent study published in The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that the naturally occurring polyphenols in blueberries actually act as an anti-bacterial agent against mouth specific bacteria (Fusobacterium nucleatum) found in gum disease. In addition, blueberries are known to be a natural anti-inflammatory.