PA Department of Health Ruling Regarding Dental Appointments

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Spring Into Dental Hygiene

Don’t let a missed appointment affect your daily dental hygiene routine. If you’ve had your regularly scheduled checkup for a cleaning canceled due to the American Dental Association (ADA) and CDC asking all dental offices to stop non-urgent visits due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still steps you can take to keep teeth clean.
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Three Rivers Dental Offers Emergency Care for Dental Pain

As businesses slowly reopen, and dental appointments are now being made, we want to assure you patient safety is our top priority. Three Rivers Dental is accepting appointments for any new or existing patient who is experiencing a dental emergency. All non-emergency appointments, including regular visits for exams, cleanings and x-rays can also be scheduled.
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Dental Office Infection Control Recommendations and Our Commitment to Your Safety

Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety.
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The Benefits of ICAT Scans

Three Rivers Dental is delivering confident smiles using technology to improve the diagnosis of oral health issues while delivering the best dental services. Learn how an ICAT scan can improve the diagnosis and treatment plan of dental issues.
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Common Care Tips for Dental Hygiene Tools

Stop the transfer of bathroom bacteria on dental hygiene tools with these common care tips.
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PA Department of Health ruling: Teledentistry and Guidelines to help patients determine when to consult their dentist for care

Under the direction of an order, by the Governor of the state of Pennsylvania, dentists may only treat dental issues classified as emergencies until May 1st, 2020. At Three Rivers Dental we will do all we can to serve the patients of Western, PA., during this 30 day mandated closure, including offering Teledentistry.
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4 Steps for Securing Comfortable Fitting Dentures

At Three Rivers Dental we offer a wide range of comfortable and affordable full and partial denture options, custom-designed to each individual. Our dentures are crafted with high-quality materials to ensure a natural look and comfortable fit.
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Achieve a New Smile in a Day with Dental Implants

Dental implant surgery is one of the safest, non-invasive procedures in dentistry. Patients experience minimal discomfort and are in and out of the dental office with a new smile the same day.
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Oral Health Habits You Need to Pick Up

Brush, floss, rinse and repeat. When it comes to daily dental care, healthy oral habits are essential.
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Dental Care You Can Afford

We understand affordability is important when it comes to oral health. From regular cleanings, to dentures/partials, sedation dentistry and dental implants, Three Rivers Dental offers professional dentistry services with the care you deserve.
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Our Patients Come First

At Three Rivers Dental Group, we want to assure you our patient’s health and safety is our first priority. We are taking extra safety precautions while actively monitoring the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation.
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Share Love, Not Germs

When it comes to dental health, sharing is not always caring. From offering kisses to transferring cups, utensils and teeth cleaning tools to one another, these natural actions are sharing more than we think.
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Keeping Up With Oral Health As You Age

Older adults commonly experience dental issues as they age and are at risk for desensitized mouth nerves, tooth loss and oral side effects associated with the medications they take. This is why a regular dental care and oral hygiene routine is so important.
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A Simple Oral Care Routine for Heart Health

Poor oral hygiene can not only damage the gums and teeth, it can negatively impact overall wellness and heart health. Here’s how proper oral care keeps a mouth healthy and heart safe.
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Dental Health Resolutions for the New Year

It’s time to put dental health at the top of the new year's resolution list. Whether you resolve to keep up on a daily dental care routine or introduce new tools to use as part of your cleaning regime, there is plenty you can do to improve your overall oral health.