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We are reopening our practice for routine and elective care on Monday, May 18.

Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). 

· Temperatures of patients and staff will be taken

·  We have installed HEPA filters throughout the office and in each operatory.

· Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the office.

· Our office will communicate with you before your appointment to ask some screening questions. You’ll be asked questions again when you arrive at the office.

· Patients will be directed to arrive at the time of their appointment or to wait in their vehicles to avoid people waiting in our reception area.

Hastings & Havlik Family Dentistry
Hastings & Havlik Family Dentistry
The whole staff theme at a Christmas party A Halloween presentation at the dentist's office Dr. Chris Havlik and Dr. Myles Hastings using toothbrushes as lightsabers Dr. Myles Hastings giving a training A child and a dental hygienist smiling after tooth cleaning A group around a dentistry-themed parade float A child in a dentistry-themed parade float The Hastings family at the dental office Dr. Myles Hastings and Dr. Bill Havlik installing a sign Dr. Chris Havlik and Dr. Bill Havlik

Air Abrasion

Air abrasion is a drill-less technique that is being used by our office to remove tooth decay and for other applications.

During air abrasion, an instrument that works like a mini sandblaster is used to spray away decay. During air abrasion, a fine stream of particles is aimed at the decayed portion of the tooth. These particles are made of silica, aluminum oxide, or a baking soda mixture and are propelled toward the tooth surface by compressed air or a gas that runs through the dental handpiece. Small particles of decay on the tooth surface are removed as the stream of particles strikes them. The particles of decay are then "suctioned" away.