August 2014

The dentist is not the only one who can provide preventative measures that help you avoid tooth decay and periodontal disease. Your at-home oral hygiene is extremely important when it comes to keeping your teeth and gums clean and healthy. Keep reading to learn more...

There is pulp at the center of the teeth that holds the blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. While your tooth is still growing, the pulp is important for root growth. Once your teeth are fully in place, however, they can survive without the pulp....

Preventative dentistry gives the dentist a way to stop oral issues before they even start. Dental sealants are used to prevent tooth decay and the other issues it can cause. Keep reading to learn more about sealants and how they manage to protect your teeth...

Although oral hygiene is important throughout every stage of life, one must pay special attention to the condition of their teeth and gums in the later years. Use this guide to learn about some healthy oral habits to incorporate into your daily routine after the...

All of us here at the dental office of John Carson, DDS are very excited to announce the debut of our new interactive content piece called “The Deadly Consequences of Poor Dental Care (Click Here to View).” This is completely different than a traditional infographic...

Your daily activities can wreak havoc on the condition and the aesthetic appeal of your teeth. If you pay more attention to your oral hygiene routine and the foods that you eat, you can maintain a beautiful smile that you want to show off. Here...

Each day provides a new opportunity to care for your teeth and gums. With the proper attitude about oral hygiene, you can prevent issues with decay and gum disease. Try to incorporate the following habits into your daily routine to keep your teeth and gums...



Keeping Our Patients Safe and Healthy at John R. Carson D.D.S., P.C.

Dear Patients,

As all of you know, our vision here at John R. Carson D.D.S., P.C. is to partner with patients to achieve the best for their long-term oral and overall health. We are honored to serve you. In light of current coronavirus/COVID-19 concerns affecting the world and an order from the Arizona Governor we, like all dental offices in Arizona, are closed for anything other than dental emergencies until April 3rd.

If you have a dental emergency, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are committed now and always to your needs.

The offices of John R. Carson D.D.S., P.C. continues to employ the most up-to-date infection control procedures and our record proves that they work really well! Rest assured that the infection control and standard precautions that we always employed are excellent deterrents to COVID-19 and every other virus. In addition to the routine steps we take, we are being even more vigilant of all the areas in the office. Surfaces in the reception area, front desk area, consultation area and restroom, which would normally be cleaned and disinfected daily, are now being disinfected throughout the day. Hand sanitizer is readily available in all areas of the practice for your use.

During this confusing and stressful time, staying healthy helps you fight off any challenge! Know that we take our role as your healthcare partner very seriously and are here to help! For the latest information and guidance, please refer to the CDC’s COVID-19 situation webpage, the Department of Public Health website, or ADA.

Stay safe and healthy—we look forward to seeing you soon.