As the impact of the coronavirus grows, we would like to provide some important updates and to assure you that you are our top priority. During the public health emergency, we have made proactive outreach attempts and updated our online directories with the information received. However many providers did not respond and we have provided the results of our best efforts. If you need dental, eye care or hearing services and cannot locate a provider, please call us and we will assist you in finding a provider that is seeing patients during this public health emergency. Click here to learn more.
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Dental Facts


Most cavities can be prevented. They are the most common disease among people aged 6 to 19, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). 1


adults are far from immune to cavities: 9 out of 10 americans over age 20 have tooth decay. 2


Tooth decay can lead to serious health issues. Examples are heart disease and respiratory illness. These can spread from untreated infections. 3


only 83 percent of children aged 2 to 17 saw a dentist last year. 4


Oral exams can lead to diagnosis of serious diseases like HIV and Epstein-Barr. 5


Toothbrushes should be replaced every three months or after having the cold or flu. 6


about 78 percent of americans have had at least one cavity by age 17.7