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Industry-leading COVID-19 Protection:

Here are the steps we have taken to ensure your safety

  1. All eligible staff have been vaccinated.
  2. We have procured all the recommended PPE. N95 masks, gowns, and face shields.
  3. We have installed hospital antimicrobial curtains around each room. This allows us to contain the treatment in the room being used.
  4. We have added two medical-grade air purifiers to cleanse the air multiple times an hour.
  5. We are using UVC lights to disinfect the rooms after each use.
  6. There will be fewer patients in the office at a time. All patients will be asked to remain in their vehicles until we are ready for them.
  7. Every person will be asked before coming to the office to confirm they are symptom-free and are not COVID positive so far as they know.
  8. Everyone will have their temperature taken and will be required to rinse with hydrogen peroxide before the treatment.

After nearly a year of using these precautions, not a single individual, staff or patient, has contracted COVID from being in the office. We don’t think there is a safer dental office in all of the Chicago area. Call (708) 849-4400 to make an appointment

Enjoy affordable, painless, even boring, root canal treatment in Dolton

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We see it over and over again. Patients visit us who are in pain. Maybe they haven’t slept well for days. They can’t focus on work or their families, because of that aching tooth! Sometimes, their cheeks are swollen like a chipmunk’s! But, when they leave us, they are feeling and looking more like themselves, with relief from pain, thanks to the procedure the media would have them believe is something to fear: root canal therapy. This common dental procedure is (unfairly) associated with pain. Root canal treatment doesn’t cause pain; it’s used to resolve deep infections whose symptoms may … Continue reading

Dolton dentist explains root canal treatment

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Many people may associate the words root canal with pain or discomfort, when actually the underlying problem is what causes pain. Root canal treatment can relieve pain and save a patient’s tooth. Damage to the nerve and pulp within a tooth can be caused by serious decay, trauma to the face or mouth, frequent dental work in the same tooth, breakage, or large fillings. When any of these conditions lead to irritation, inflammation, or infection, a root canal may be recommended. At Pleasant Dental®, serving Dolton, Riverdale, Chicago, and nearby Illinois communities, our founder and medical director, Dr. Dean Dietrich … Continue reading