Welcome Back Dr. Stiteler!
Join us in welcoming Dr. Stiteler back from her maternity leave. Although her first day was supposed to be Monday February 1st, we all got snowed in! Her first day back was Thursday February 4th. She is here with us Mondays and Thursdays, so call us today for your appointment with her. She is looking forward to seeing all of you again!!
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month!
National Children’s Dental Health Month is an observance that brings together thousands of dedicated dental professionals, healthcare providers, and educators to promote the benefits of good oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers and many others. Many of our patients are under the assumption that we do not treat children, which could not be farther from the truth. Dr. Vander Vliet, Dr. Stiteler, and our hygienists are wonderful with kids, and would welcome them into our practice. So if you are thinking about scheduling an appointment for your child or children, please do! We would love to meet them!
Feeling the Love this Month? Send Some Our Way!
We truly appreciate all of our patients and continue to strive to provide you with the best dental experience. With that being said, we would love it if you would take a moment of your time and let us know how we are doing.
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Our Latest Innovative Dental Technology…
Our latest acquisition is the iTero element 5D imaging system. This is an advanced 3D camera system that allows us to scan a patient’s mouth with a camera. The camera takes an astonishing 6,000 images per second! It will then produce a virtual model of your teeth, without taking an impression!! We can then send this image to Invisalign for production of aligners or a laboratory to produce a resin model of your teeth. It can also be used to provide you with a simulation of what your teeth would look like after orthodontic treatment. The iTero can also be utilized to view the virtual model of your teeth using NIRI (near infra-red imaging) to detect cavities without using x-ray radiation.
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