In Remembrance of Dr. Thomas Simrell, Jr. DMD, MAGD
With great sadness, Horizon Dental Care announces that we have lost a wonderful friend and colleague. Dr. Thomas I. Simrell...
Delaying Health Care, Especially Dental Care, Can Adversely Impact Your Overall Health.
A UCLA professor of Health Policy and Management, discusses risks of delaying treatment during Covid-19. Click to read the article....
Heightened Safety Measures Are Working at Dental Offices
A new nationwide study shows that in dental offices are succeeding at keeping patients and dental teams safe during the...
FDA Updates Recommendations on Safety of Amalgam Fillings
FDA recently updated it's recommendations about silver dental fillings s, also called dental amalgams. These fillings contain approximately mercury, which...
Protect Your Smile During Sports
The leaves are beginning to fall and school sports are back in full swing. As the kids head back onto...
Dental Care Made Affordable
With the rising cost of healthcare and most recently, unemployment related of the pandemic, many individuals will sacrifice basic preventative...
Dentistry is “Essential Health Care"
A new interim policy from the American Dental Association (ADA) states dentistry is an "essential health care service" , reaffirming...
Connection between Covid-19 and Gum Disease
Emerging research is now showing a connection between Covid -19 and gum disease. Individuals with underlying gum disease who contract Covid -19 can be at higher risk for serious respiratory complications. Given this information at Horizon Dental Care, we are placing a higher level of focus and urgency on our dental patients who have a history of gum disease. To stay as healthy as possible be sure to keep up to date on your periodontal maintenance and treatment by scheduling (or keeping) your upcoming appointment.
Comfort and Care Remain: The New Normal at the Dental Office
Covid-19 has changed many things about our daily lives, and that includes dental care. However, going to the dentist is still safe and dental issues rarely go away on their own; delaying treatment can result in worsening symptoms and complications.
Dental Health is Important to Overall Health
Covid-19 pandemic has changed many things especially healthcare, but maintaining good oral health remains very important for your overall health. Due restrictions on dental offices during the Covid-19 shutdown, many patients missed their routine cleanings and other non-urgent, but necessary, treatments. It is important for them to get back on track soon rather than later to prevent future dental problems or unexpected emergencies.
COVID-19 UPDATE - May 18th, 2020 -
Horizon Dental Care is Now Open for Non-urgent Dental Services We are pleased to announce that Horizon Dental Care has...
Give Yourself A Valentine’s Day Gift!
Love your smile! Good oral hygiene is the key to a beautiful and healthy smile, but it is not only...
Healthy Gums Require More Than Just Good Habits
One of the most widespread diseases could be developing in your mouth right now! According to a recent study by the CDC, nearly half of adults aged 30 years and older nationwide have some form of periodontal disease.
Horizon Dental Care Makes Dental Care Comfortable, Personalized and Affordable
For over two decades, Horizon Dental Care has set the standard for personalized, worry-free, pain-free dentistry. From routine cleanings to full smile makeovers, dental implants to emergency services, patients count on Horizon Dental Care to provide exceptional care that is personalized, worry-free, and comfortable.
Resolving to Start Living Healthier This Year? Start with a Healthier Smile!
Just a few small changes will make a world of difference to both your oral and your overall health.
Is Your Mouth Keeping a Secret?
Routine dental exams are important for healthy teeth and gums, but they may also tell your dentist a lot about your overall health.
5 Simple Tips for a Bright, White Wedding Smile By Doctor John Evanish, Horizon Dental Care
On one of the happiest occasions of your life you surely want to have the best smile of your life too. To make yours sparkle on your big day there’s some simple things you can do right now to look your best before your nuptials roll around
What You Should Know About Dental Insurance.
If you have dental insurance, you work hard to earn your dental benefits and should be using them – even if it’s just for your regular cleanings.
Don’t Let Lack of Insurance Lead to Poor Oral Health
There is a direct correlation between dental benefit coverage and the likelihood that someone will seek and receive dental care. Like most problems, dental issues, rarely fix themselves. By delaying treatment, patients risk more extensive, more painful, and often more expensive treatment later