It's part of our mission to ensure that all of our patients are comfortable while restoring and maintaining their great smile!
Welcome to Joseph Rigg, DDS! We are a family-friendly dental practice dedicated to ensuring every patient who visits our office has a positive experience. Our dental team, led by Dr. Joe Rigg, understands that choosing a dentist is an important decision. We work hard to give you every reason to smile, including multiple treatments, advanced technology, a relaxing environment, and compassionate service. Our office is bright, clean, and equipped with digital X-rays, intraoral cameras, a CEREC® machine, and high-quality dental lasers to detect cavities at an early stage. Each member of our friendly team has years of experience in their respective fields and, we are committed to giving you the time and attention you deserve from your dentist. At our dental office, located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, your smile is considered our top priority. For over 25 years we have proudly served our community with great skill and friendliness. We want you to be excited about transforming your smile for a healthier, more beautiful life. Our caring dentist and dental team look forward to taking care of your family’s overall oral health and helping you reach all of your smile goals. We invite you to schedule your appointment with Dr. Joe Rigg today by calling or visiting our dental office. We look forward to giving you a reason to smile!
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The Covid19 Corona virus pandemic has caused changes in how all of us need manage our day to day personal and professional lives for the immediate time being. Accordingly and out of an abundance of caution and intended prevention we are limiting our patient appointments currently and for the near term to those with emergency needs, pain related issues, and restorative care that cannot wait.
This is not an easy change to make as you can well imagine. We are a small office and typically see patients one at a time anyway. We go to extremes to ensure the quality of all we do is maximized for the comfort, safety, and overall well being of our patients. We are utilizing ozone gas daily for example to kill organisms otherwise unreachable with normal disinfection techniques.
Kellie will contact each of you as your currently scheduled appointments come up to apprise you of the status as things progress. She will screen the scheduled appointments relative to the safety parameters we are employeing to limit risk for both the office as well as the patients.
It will require patience on the part of all of us to work through this worldwide problem. I want very much to see all of us get past it safely and in the best of health. If you have any questions whatsoever at all please call 605-225-2050 or text 605-216-6789 or send an email to [email protected].
It is recommended that you schedule a dental cleaning and exam every six months.
Let spring inspire positive change in you!
Mouthwash can eliminate remaining bacteria after you finish brushing your teeth.
Happy April Fools' Day!
Regular checkups keep your teeth clean and help you smile bright!
Work with joy this spring season.
Try adding more dairy, broccoli, fortified orange juice and cereal, and leafy green vegetables to your table.
Take care of your smile and share it with the world!
After use, rinse your toothbrush and allow it to air dry. Storing your toothbrush in an enclosed area can allow the growth of bacteria.
Floss at least once a day!
Good luck this St. Patrick's Day!
Love that spring air and sun!
Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, can help your breath stay fresh.
Take a risk and be brave this International Women's Day.
Sugar-free gum can increase your saliva flow, help prevent cavities, and combat bad breath.
Toothpaste has been keeping mouths healthy for a long time.
At-home dental hygiene is essential to your oral health.
In colonial days, debtors who were shipped to America to work sealed their agreement by leaving their dental imprint in wax.
Teeth can carry signs of your age, diet and overall health. They can even show signs of stress or sickness.
Regular visits to our office help keep all these different kinds of teeth healthy!
Archaeologists have found evidence of dental fillings as early as 5000 B.C.!
Dr. John M. Harris began the world's first dental school in Bainbridge, Ohio, on February 21, 1828. This dental school is a dental museum today!
Happy Presidents' Day!
Everyone understands a smile!
Happy Valentine's Day!
Gently brush your tongue in addition to your teeth to eliminate more plaque and bacteria.
If you want your teeth to stick around, brush twice a day, floss once a day and visit us regularly!
The study by the National Confectioners Association also found that 75% of Valentines candy bought is chocolate.
Know what's in your oral care products to help your gums, and your smile, stay healthy!
Bring your own sunshine this winter season with a great smile!
Dental floss is so easy to come by these days. Make sure you take advantage of it!
Chewing gum increases your saliva flow which helps wash away food debris and remove bacteria from your teeth and gums.
No matter what color it is, using your toothbrush twice a day will help keep your smile healthy and brilliant.