Associates of Dental Arts
Dr. Gregory Kivett

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Dental Hygiene Month Week 2.2

Today's story is from Jane explaining how hygienists can help save lives as prevention specialists.

"An oral examination can reveal signs and symptoms of more than 90% of the systemic diseases that people experience. Identifying these early signs and symptoms may help with an early diagnosis and treatment. Recent research shows that diabetes, low birth weight babies, and heart disease are linked to gum and bone disease in the mouth.  Regular teeth cleaning can help prevent these diseases and treating periodontal or gum disease can also help prevent heart disease. Dental hygienists perform oral cancer screenings and periodontal screenings at each dental appointment and educate patients on the oral and systemic ...

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Dental Hygiene Month Week 2.1

Welcome back! Today we celebrate week two of Dental Hygiene month by bringing you another post from Bethany.

"Dental Hygiene school was a great experience all together. As challenging and stressful as it was, it was good to know that the other girls in the program were going through the same thing and we learned to lean on each other. The best thing I took from hygiene school was the long lasting relationships that were built."

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Dental Hygiene Month Post 2

Today's Dental Hygiene Month story is from Jane.

"My favorite memory of Dental Hygiene School was having the opportunity to travel to the British Virgin Islands.  I was able to speak with and help educate young children on the importance of great oral home care and dental hygiene."


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October is Dental Hygiene Month!

To celebrate Dental Hygiene Month, we will be highlighting stories from our talented dental hygienists.  Each week, we will post three stories, one from each of our fantastic hygienists.

Today, we begin with Beth.

"The moment I knew I was in the right profession was the first time I completed a deep cleaning. My patient explained to me how her gums felt so much better, it didn't hurt to brush her teeth, she no longer had bad breath, and her gums weren't bleeding anymore.  She didn't realize the level of discomfort she previously had until after the cleaning and realizing how much healthier her gums were.  That made me ...

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Happy 9 Year Anniversary!

Please join us in celebrating Sonya's 9 year anniversary at Associates of Dental Arts!  Sonya is an integral part of our team, she is the first person that most of our new patients see. Sonya is always happy, energetic, and a dedicated part of our team.  We are so happy to be able to celebrate this milestone with her! We look forward to celebrating many more in the future!  

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Win Tickets to a St. Louis Cardinals Game!

Visit our Facebook page and enter to win this amazing prize! Check back every week for more ways to win!


You could win 2 ALL-INCLUSIVE tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals vs. the Cinncinati Reds on Saturday, September 1st at 6:15.

The tickets include:

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Congratulations Angie!

Congratulations to our office coordinator, Angie, on the birth of her first grandson!!  Easton Lee was born Wednesday June 13, 2018.  Baby and family are happy, healthy, and doing great.  The ADA team is excited to welcome the newest addition to the family and can't wait to watch him grow! 

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