We'll keep this old website open for awhile until we update our content on the new site then retire the original site by the end of the year.
We WON'T be updating this older site beginning May 15, 2021, and links to pages on this old site may no longer work.
See you at the new website!
(Everything down below is old news now)
Wow... it's Spring...Welcome to another beautiful year in Paradise!
We have finished printing out and mailing our newest flyers and have distributed almost 10,000 of them to selected neighborhoods in Gulf Shores, Foley, and Orange Beach.
This flyer introduces our office and our annual "Winter Promotion". for 2021! We love our "Snowbirds" who travel each winter from up north for our lovely beaches and weather. They also love the savings they get in professional dental services: often 25-35% less than comparable dental services up north. We are offering our cash-paying new patients10% off our dental services, and we always endeavor to take your dental insurance if we have it on file!
We are also aware that many people here in the Gulf Shores area are still cleaning up from Hurricane Sally. In that regard we certainly understand (hey, we had damage at home too), so we are Extending our Winter promotion to everyone until June 30th!From now until June 30th, we're offering 10% off all non-insurance procedures, and rolling back our New Patient Exam/Bitewing X-rays/Cleaning bundle to $96!
Click the "2021 Spring Promotions" balloon to the right or just scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the flyer.
COVID-19 and Dentist:
Back at the end of May 2020 the Alabama Dental Board allowed us to resume performing normal dental procedures, including hygiene (ie. "Cleaning") appointments. I say "normal" but in reality nothing these days is "business as usual"!!!
We're cognizant of the fact that dentistry is at the forefront of occupational risk and thus we slowly rolled out our working hours during May. Since last June we've met our goal of being back to full time in this Covid environment - including now adding a 5th day to make our practice truly full time!
We are enacting extraordinary prodocols and procedures to ensure your health and safety... as well as ours. The Dental Board had closed down hygiene services but has since allowed us to rehire Gwen our hygienist and perform hygiene appointments beginning in May of 2020.
The Dental Board - based on ADA and CDC protocols - have placed significant conditions to which we can see patients. We are limiting patient appointments and in-office visits. We are making every effort to keep you socially distant from one another by staggering appointment times and keeping patients from interacting with one another in our office halls.
We engaged a contractor to create a Negative Pressure ventilation system to help remove the mists and sprays (aerosols) from our operatories during drilling procedures. This work was completed the week of June 8th, 2020.
Walk-ins will not be allowed, and you will have to text or call to be allowed into our facility.
We are mandated (unfortunately) to close our waiting room and you will be asked to wait in your car until "the coast is clear".
If you would like to reschedule a previously cancelled procedure, or if you would like to schedule a new procedure, please contact us at 251-943-0004, and we will be happy to assist you.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
If you're curious, click on the link to the right and see what safety guidelines organized Dentistry have given to us.
BY THE WAY!!!!!
PS: The CDC has designated dental professionals Group 1A for receiving the Covid-19 Vaccine, and we received both rounds of the Pfizer vaccine by the end of January 2021.
Dental professionals - dentists, hygienists, assistants, and front office personnel - are at the forefront of risk for health professionals.
We personally looked forward to getting fully vaccinated so that we are mutually risk-free when you come to our office!
Finally, I wanted to recognize that today, April 22, 2021 marks a little over a year since the national COVID shutdown. It has taken a toll on all of us - both professionally and personally.
I feel confident that we're almost out of the woods in this Pandemic and that the second 1/2 of 2021 will be back to normal (now don't mention the Hurricane word! LOL!)
Wow, what a difference a year has made in our lives.... God bless us all!
Today, I want to ask you a simple question: how do you choose your dentist? Suppose you're new to the Gulf Coast... to Baldwin County... to Foley, Alabama. You've been going to the dentist your entire life... or maybe you only go when you have a toothache... or maybe you go periodically, but today that wrachet popped off the bolt and oops... your front tooth just got wacked and is broken! Where should you go? The dentist is the obvious answer, but which one? Where? If it's a