There is currently a construction project taking place on US31 near our Carmel office. Unfortunately, the construction crews accidentally cut the phone line to our building as well as many others in the area. The repair to the phone line will take at least 24 hours.
Normally, our course of action is to forward the phones to our Fishers office so that our referrals and patients do not notice any lapse in service. However, due to the nature of the damage, the phone company is not able to forward our Carmel phones to our Fishers location.
In order to provide you and your patients the quickest and easiest service possible, we ask that you call our Fishers location at (317)578-2224 should you need us.
We will notify you once the Carmel phone system is back up and running. We appreciate your patience during this time.
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Please join us on Thursday, October 17th at 6:00pm at Eddie Merlot’s for a FREE continuing education event presented by Don-John Summerlin, DMD, MS. This is the first of a 7-part series on Diagnostic Dilemmas in Dentistry.
All registrations for this event must be received by Tuesday, October 15th. If you are a referring doctor and are interested in attending one or all of the series, please email: email@example.com . To find out more, please look below.
Last Saturday (September 28th), Advanced EndoCare sponsored the 9th Annual Friendship Feast at the Alhuda Foundation. The Friendship Feast is a free, interfaith festival that includes a family friendly environment with bounce houses, clowns, balloons, cotton candy, ice cream, face painting and international foods. The purpose of the festival is to bring the Fishers community together. During the festival we took some pictures and posted them below.
For some individuals, local painkillers aren’t enough to alleviate either the physical discomfort or mental anxiety that some endodontic services may produce. Endodontists want their patients to be as comfortable as possible when undergoing any treatment, which is why general anesthesia is often an option for interested parties. General anesthesia refers to a type of pain management measure that renders an individual completely unconscious. If a person is receiving a particularly lengthy or extensive type of treatment, general anesthesia can make the process more comfortable and convenient. Within moments, the patient drifts off into a sound slumber, allowing the endodontist to quickly administer the care required for the person’s wellbeing. To ease the transition to consciousness and potential postoperative discomfort, IV agents are available to monitor pain.
Would you like to learn more about the procedures for which general anesthesia is available at Advanced EndoCare? Call (877) 363-2358 today to schedule an initial consultation with an endodontist at one of our Indianapolis area offices. We also provide nitrous oxide at no added cost.
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We at Advanced EndoCare believe making our patients comfortable and at ease during treatment is very important. Therefore, we are now providing complimentary nitrous oxide to patients receiving treatment. Please call our office to learn more and schedule your appointment.