During our current National Emergency concerning the COVID-19 virus, we would like to assure you that at Adams Dental Group, your health, safety and well-being is our highest priority.
We will remain open for emergency dental care.
You can feel safe knowing that all our clinical areas are, and always have been, treated with standards that far exceed all state and federal guidelines. Our team is highly trained annually, using guidelines set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our training, coupled with our commitment to the highest standards of care, will see us through this unusual time calmly and successfully.
In addition, you can feel confident that we are taking the following precautionary measures in the common areas:
We are counting on you to help us get through this as well. If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, or if you, or someone you have been in contact with, have traveled out of the country in the last 21 days, please call our office at 913-296-8030 to discuss rescheduling your appointment.
Please know that we are closely monitoring the evolving situation and are following all CDC and ADA guidelines.
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Thank you for your understanding and support during this time. Please be assured that we are here for you, and we welcome all communications.
Stay healthy and keep Smiling!
Dr. Travis Roberts & Team
Dr. Travis A. Roberts, DDS March 16th, 2020
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Dental insurance is a form of health coverage that offers, in most situations, 100% coverage or compensation for basic care or services performed on teeth. Insurance generally covers cleanings, fillings, and tooth extractions. With dental insurance benefits, patients are left having to pay very little or only a fraction of the cost for a dental service.
Despite this coverage, some people often put off their cleaning or any other dental work. They are either too busy or simply unaware that the benefits offered by their insurance are only for that year. Unfortunately, if dental insurance benefits are left unused, they will expire! Continue reading below to understand the importance of using your dental insurance benefits on time.
Dr. Travis A. Roberts, DDS October 9th, 2018
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