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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.

Classic Smiles Team

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Drs. Susanne and Mikal Baaqee have created this informative blog to help educate the community.

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How Straws Can Minimize Acid Erosion from Sodas

Posted on 7/23/2020 by Classic Smiles
When you drink a soda, the acid and sugars in the drink can do some real damage to your enamel. However, you can counteract these effects by using a straw. A straw allows you to sip on the drink so the liquid does not wash over your teeth and erode the enamel. Why You Should Always Use a Straw...

How Unkempt Teeth Can Lead to High Blood Pressure

Posted on 7/7/2020 by Classic Smiles
It's not breaking news that poor oral care can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. In addition, anyone who sees their dentist regularly has been told that an unhealthy mouth can increase their risk of certain diseases like diabetes and heart disease, including high blood pressure (aka...

Can Lowering Your Cholesterol Improve Gum Health?

Posted on 6/22/2020 by Classic Smiles
When you think about cholesterol, you may think about greasy food and clogged arteries. However, higher levels of cholesterol actually affect your oral health too. Abnormal levels of cholesterol increase the risk of gum disease. Gum disease occurs when your gums become infected by the bacteria that...
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