BASED ON RECOMMENDATIONS from the ADA and the CDC, we’re temporarily changing the way our practice operates. We recommend that all of our patients check the CDC’s website for information on the coronavirus and what we can do to slow the spread.


How will your hours be changing due to coronavirus concerns?  Currently our office will only be scheduling emergency patients through the month of April per the ADA and KDA’s recommendations. Emergencies are defined by the ADA here. Our team will be available for calls during this time between 9am and 2pm Monday through Thursdays. If you have a dental Emergency, please call the main line for assistance.

What should patients with scheduled appointments do next? If you have a scheduled appointment between now and March 31st, please call our office if you have not already heard from us.

Will a member of your team be available to answer patient questions by phone or email? You may call between the above hours or email 


What emergency services will your practice continue to provide? Anyone who is in pain or has active infection.

Are they by individual appointment only or will they be available during limited hours? By appointment only please call or email to make an appointment.

What steps do you recommend to patients who experience an emergency so that they can get treatment? Call the office if your emergency occurs during the hours we are open. You may also email us at with questions / requests which will be responded to the following business day. If unable to reach anyone and it is a urgent dental emergency please go to the nearest ER.

We Are Strong When We Work Together

Right now, one of the best ways that we as healthcare professionals can help to slow the spread of coronavirus is to follow the guidance of these health organizations, and we encourage our patients to do the same. We will be sure to update you about additional changes at our practice.

We love all our patients!

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