In compliance with the American Dental Association’s recommendations regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and to ensure the health of our patients and team, our office is currently only seeing patients for dental emergencies and necessary treatment. If you need urgent dental care, please call our office at (307) 672-7567.
Before entering our office, patients will have their temperature taken and be asked a few questions to protect the health of all involved. We are equipped to distance patients while they wait for their care.
If you had a previously-scheduled appointment between April 1-30, 2020, we may be in touch to reschedule.
We will keep you updated as new information emerges and we decide our future course of action. Please check this site frequently for those updates.
Thank you for your understanding.
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Tooth fillings are designed to treat teeth that have been affected by cavities. Using metal-free, tooth-colored composite resin, we can create your filling to discreetly blend in with your healthy, natural teeth.Read More
Dental implants are small, biocompatible posts that mimic healthy teeth roots. By supporting your dental crown, bridge, or denture on one or more dental implants, you can replace your lost tooth or teeth with more lifelike results.Read More
Our general dentistry services help you maintain your smile’s optimal health and appearance.
With a highly customized treatment plan, we can fully rehabilitate your smile and oral health.
Our cosmetic dentistry services can help you create the smile you’ve always wanted.
When your smile is beautiful and healthy, its influence on your appearance and confidence is largely positive. When it isn’t healthy, or you’re conscious about its blemished appearance, then your smile could have a more negative impact. At Grinnell Street Dental, we’re dedicated to helping ensure that your smile and oral health always remain a positive factor in your health, wellbeing, and quality of life. That’s why we take time to get to know every patient personally before ever recommending treatment.
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