Covid - 19 Update

     

Davis Dentistry will resume practice operations in compliance with relevant Executive Orders on Monday May 4th. We will continue to employ the enhanced cleaning and infection control protocols we implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We want to provide our patients and team members with the safest possible healthcare environment.

Our practice will be screening all patients and visitors to our offices. At Davis Dentistry team member will ask each patient/visitor a few travel-related and health screening questions, both prior to their appointment and upon arrival in our office; patients’ and visitors’ temperatures will be checked with a temporal thermometer. We are asking all patients to arrive 5 min. prior to their scheduled appointment. Patients who are at high risk for COVID-19, as determined by our office, will likely have their visit rescheduled. If you’re not feeling well, please contact us to reschedule, whenever possible, in advance of your visit.

All team members will be surveyed daily to ensure adherence with social distancing standards and status of their health. All team members will be in masks (or scarves for non-clinical team members). Importantly, all personnel in our offices will complete COVID-19 testing with the IGG antibody test as soon as we receive our supply of test kits (within 2 weeks).  The IGG test determines both the acute presence of the virus and whether our team members were exposed to COVID-19 previously.

Additionally, to reduce the risk of transmission to our patients and team members, as well as their families, the office has installed 4 very powerful HEPA h13 air filters.  These filters will remove all bacteria, viruses and VOCS down to the .3 microns keeping our working environment safe!

We appreciate your support of these infection control measures.  Your oral health is vital to your overall wellness and your ability to resist the impact of COVID-19, so we encourage you, if healthy, to maintain your regularly scheduled hygiene appointments with Dr. Davis and our practice. 

In good health,


Dr. Davis and Team

Helping You Maintain a Happy, Healthy Smile with General Dentistry 

Woman smiling resting her head in her hand

Extractions

Though we will do everything we can to save a severely damaged tooth, sometimes extraction is necessary to protect your oral health. You may also need extraction in preparation for orthodontia. For your convenience, we can perform simple and complex extractions in the comfort of our office.

Woman smiling after having received a dental filling

Dental Fillings

Davis Dentistry is a “silver” or amalgam-free dental practice, meaning Dr. Davis uses the highest quality composite resin to restore damaged or decayed teeth. He can also replace worn amalgam fillings with composite. This tooth-colored material is color-matched to blend seamlessly into your smile.

A group of friends huddled together and smiling

Cleaning and Prevention

Preventive dentistry emphasizes the importance of good oral hygiene. Adhering to a regimen that consists of flossing, brushing, fluoride treatments, routine dental cleanings, oral cancer screenings, and dental examinations can safeguard your smile from disease.

couple smiling after experiencing relief from a mouth guard

Custom Mouth Guards

For patients who grind their teeth frequently, Dr. Davis offers custom-made mouth guards. If you suffer from bruxism or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, a mouth guard can relieve pressure, strain, and tension on your jaw joints and teeth.

Woman smiling after receiving endodontic treatment

Root Canal Therapy

Endodontic intervention is necessary when the pulp of the tooth becomes irritated, inflamed, or infected. During treatment, Dr. Davis will remove infected tissue and fill the canals with a rubber-like material. Treatment can alleviate the painful symptoms of an infection and protect adjacent teeth.

Couple smiling after having received inlays

Inlays and Onlays

Dental inlays and onlays are used to repair minor to moderate structural damage to the teeth in the back of the mouth. These are made of strong, durable porcelain and cover a larger surface than a filling alone. Addressing decay can prevent more widespread damage including tooth loss.

Contact Us Today

Rate, Review & Explore

Social Accounts Sprite

Scottsdale Office

31309 N Scottsdale Rd
Ste 125
Scottsdale, AZ 85266

Closed Today

What is the best time for you?

Add additional time

Tell us a bit about yourself...

(480) 595-1300 Send a message