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We are back to our normal business hours Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00 except Wednesdays 8:30-5:00.

We hope you and your family are safe and in good health. We are going above and beyond to make sure our infection control keeps everyone safe by:

1.  Having patients practice social distancing in our reception area
2.  No magazines or refreshments offered in the reception area
3.  If you prefer to be escorted from your car to the chair we are more than happy to provide you with that service
4.  Hand sanitizer is abundant and placed throughout the office. As well as multiple handwashing stations
5.  Upon entry we are taking all patients temperatures and having them fill out our screening form
6.  All staff are equipped with the proper personal equipment

Rest assured that you are in a safe, sterile environment for the duration of your visit.

Sincerely,
Classic Smiles Team
We Have Answers to Your Dental Questions
Posted on 5/29/2020 by Classic Smiles
We Have Answers to Your Dental QuestionsWhat do you want to know about your dental health? At our office, we make it our goal to answer all our patients' questions along these lines. In our practice, we often answer certain questions more often than others. The following questions and answers cover some of the subjects we regularly discuss with our valued patients.

Some of the Frequently Asked Questions and Answers


While we suggest patients visit our office every six months, we still have patients ask, “How often do I really need to see the dentist?” Again, most people need to see us twice a year. However, if we diagnose gum disease, we will suggest that you see us more often. Orthodontic patients also need to visit our office more frequently. While you should visit us every six months, you also need to comply if we recommend you see us more often. Besides, the number of visits, patients also want to know if dental x-rays are safe. Comparatively, the amount of radiation you encounter is similar to the amount you would receive while flying across the US in a plane. We measure radiation exposure in millirems. When you get conventional x-rays, you receive about .5 millirems – a very small exposure. We use digital x-rays, which means the exposure is 90% less than what you'd receive from traditional imaging.

Cavities, Restorations, and Whitening


Dental patients who see us also want to understand more about cavities. We define a cavity as a small hole that forms from tooth decay. When this happens, it disrupts the tooth's structure. Cavities that are not repaired immediately grow larger. Patients may also ask how long a dental restoration will last. Dental restorations are not indestructible and will break down eventually. While fillings and restorations do not last forever, you can do what you can to increase their longevity. That means following a regimen of good oral hygiene and visiting our office every six months. Patients also want to know the best way to keep their teeth white. If you need to ramp up the brightness of your smile, we suggest you schedule an in-office whitening, provided you have healthy teeth and gums.

You can learn more about caring for your teeth with regular dental visits and following a thorough at-home care routine. Brush at least twice and day and floss at least once daily. Rinse with an antiseptic mouthwash or one containing fluoride. If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact our office today.
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