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1303, 2020

Horseshoe Valley Dental COVID-19 Precautions

March 13th, 2020|Horseshoe Valley Import Information|

As we all now know, the COVID-19 virus has been declared a pandemic.

We ask that if you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, difficulty breathing AND in the last 14 days before symptom onset:

  • Been in a Covid-19 impacted area OR
  • Been in close contact with a confirmed case or probable case OR
  • Been in close contact with a person with acute respiratory illness who has been in a Covid-19 affected area.

We ask you to please refrain from coming […]

2803, 2017

Seasonal Allergies? Take Care Of Your Smile

March 28th, 2017|Horseshoe Valley Blog|

Seasonal Allergies? Take Care Of Your Smile

SPRING IS ON THE HORIZON and we couldn’t be more excited! Chirping birds, blooming flowers, and warmer weather are just a few of the things we look forward to when spring comes around. We have to admit though, there is one thing about the season that’s not particularly appealing, and that’s allergies.


Be Aware Of These Dental Side Effects During Allergy Season

Many of you have experienced it, red, itchy and watery eyes and the constant sneezing and […]

803, 2017

Smile Friendly After School Snacks

March 8th, 2017|Horseshoe Valley Blog|

AS MANY PARENTS KNOW when your child comes home from school, they often run straight for the pantry!

We understand that kids can be a bit hungry after a long day in the classroom and we want to help you provide snacks that won’t only fill their bellies, but will benefit their smile as well!

Try These Smile-Friendly Snacks!

Consuming a lot of starchy and sugary treats in the afternoon can do a number on a child’s teeth—not to mention ruin their appetite for […]

1512, 2016

WANT TO KNOW what our patients have been asking us? Here are the top five frequently asked questions we get at our practice!

December 15th, 2016|Horseshoe Valley Blog|

#1: “How often do I actually need to visit the dentist?”

For most people, twice a year. Even if you do have perfect oral hygiene, plaque and tartar buildup are inevitable. With a professional cleaning every six months, your teeth will stay clean and healthy. We can also catch problems early at your biannual appointments, often saving you time, pain and money!

If your dentist wants you to come in more than twice a year, it may be because you have gum disease, are […]