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December 5, 2020

Hello ,  

There are signs everywhere that spring has arrived at last. The days are getting longer, temperatures are on the rise, birds are chirping in the early mornings and flowers are coming up all over the place.  It's a time when there's so much that is new, including routines and work habits.  What a year this month has been.

As our community copes with the fast-moving spread of the COVID-19 we hope you and yours are in good health during these stressful times.  Although our office is closed until further notice, Dr. Angart is always available for emergencies and concerns by phone, email or text, using the information below. Rest assured, our office is exceeding all infection control requirements so that we can hit the ground running, as soon as we are given the green light.  

Do your part!  We've created some helpful information on how to keep your mouth healthy and prevent a dental emergency during the weeks ahead.  We hope you are living your best-quarantined life right now.  Check on our team this month with the "fun team quarantine" updates below.

New Albany Smiles 

Jeffrey L. Angart, DDS


 Need to contact us? 

Emergencies, Questions, Concerns and more!   

We thank you for your patience during this interruption and hope to see you when we re-open, happy and healthy.

Email us anytime!

appointments@newalbanysmiles.com


 What is a Dental Emergency? 

Dental care you can reschedule for another time:

  • Regular visits for exams, cleanings, and x-rays
  • Regular visits for braces
  • Removal of teeth that are aren’t painful
  • Treatment of cavities that aren’t painful
  • Tooth whitening

 

 

Dental care that you should have taken care of at this time:

  • Bleeding that doesn’t stop
  • Painful swelling in or around your mouth
  • Pain in a tooth, teeth or jaw bone
  • Gum infection with pain or swelling
  • After surgery treatment (dressing change, stitch removal)
  • Broken or knocked-out tooth

 

 TEAM Quarantine Fun News 

Wondering what is keeping our team busy?

Dr. Angart: Babylon Berlin on Netflix. Homeland and Outlander were great too

Alycia: Baking bread and cooking.

Carmen: Cooking and hanging out with family. 

Jacque: Cooking, Nerf Wars, and daily workouts

Lily: Engaging in webinars and relaxing.

Lindsey:  LEGOs with my daughters

Melanie: Ozark.  I've turned into an insomniac

Rachel:  Home improvement projects and a daily walk with the family. 


 Do Your Part 

While our office is temporarily closed, we are asking that you "do your part" to prevent creating dental emergencies.  Here are some useful tips!

  • Brush twice a day and floss daily. This will prevent more issues than you realize. 
  • Stay away from caramels, frozen candy bars, and gooey Easter candy. 
  • Don't bite your nails, pens or other items.
  • Do not chew ice - seriously. 


 APPOINTMENTS 

For those patients who have had appointments canceled, rest assured that our team will be following up with you in the near future to reschedule this appointment. When we are given the green-light to renew business operations, we will update you! 


 

 THANK YOU 

We truly appreciate our patients reaching out and asking about Dr. Angart and our team members during this temporary closure.  Thank you again for your continued support!

During this time, consider writing us a review on Google.

We wish everyone to be well and look forward to seeing you again soon.


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