Keeping Our Office Safe For You
We follow all guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and American Dental Association, particularly sterilization procedures for instruments used in the mouth. This means high speed drills too.
Our autoclave is state-of-the-science—it’s monitored regularly by an independent testing laboratory to verify complete effectiveness.
All clinical personnel wear masks and gloves when treating patients. After every patient, we cleanse our hands, then put on a new pair of gloves, right in front of you.
Countertops, dental chairs, and x-ray machines are disinfected with EPA-approved chemicals. It takes about 15 minutes to completely breakdown a treatment room after every patient and get ready for the next patient.
So bear with us during “housekeeping” between patients. We have your well-being in mind.
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I grew up in Valparaiso, IN before attending Indiana University Bloomington. I then attended dental school at the Indiana University School of Dentistry. After graduating, I moved to North Carolina with my wife, Amber, where she would complete a medical residency at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While obtaining my license in North Carolina, I worked in a safety net clinic for the underserved in Roxboro and Yanceyville, NC. I practiced there for five years, gaining valuable experience as a clinician and serving as the dental director in my final year. For the next five years, I treated patients in private practice in Cary, NC, becoming proficient in performing the latest dental procedures. My wife and I are the proud parents of two girls: Audriana and Genevieve. We also have a Weimaraner named Lulu, who ensures there is never a dull moment around the house!