Joseph W. Arcadipane, DMD

Joseph W. Arcadipane, DMD

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I love that guy.
A little Friday Fun for all you animal lovers out there. Love the chicken on the sled! Our chickens wouldn't have it. They hide at the sight of snow. LOL Have a great day!
Looking for something to do Saturday. Head Downtown Scranton from Noon to 8pm for the 5th Annual Arts on the Square. You will even see me vending there!

Dr. Joseph Arcadipane, Located in Eynon, PA Dr. Joseph Arcadipane along with his his staff has been committed to providing excellent dental care in a comfortable, clean, and friendly environment for patients, family, and friends.

Our office in Eynon can accommodate new and existing patients with the utmost comfort and care. Dr. Arcadipane uses the most modern, state-of-the-art technologies and equipment to further assist his patients of all ages. These technologies include one day crowns and onlays with the new Cad-Cam Cerec machine, 3D digital x-rays, and soft tissue laser contouring. Dr. Arcadipane also performs every type of general and cosmetic dentistry procedure, from cleanings to veneers and everything in between.

Operating as usual

09/11/2021

Bless our Nation- Never Forget

Bless our Nation- Never Forget

[07/31/21]   HI Everyone! This is Janine. Finally, after being hacked back in April, I was able to get back my administrative access to this page! YAY!!! This page is active again and we are able to check messages and interact.

04/21/2021

If you need to retire an old flag, the Boy Scout troop will take them.

Heaven on Hill in Jessup will also have a donation box out.

If you need to retire an old flag, the Boy Scout troop will take them.

Heaven on Hill in Jessup will also have a donation box out.

04/04/2021

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

01/24/2021

It's all good Bernie, you can take your mask off now! Your in good hands with Dr. Joe.

It's all good Bernie, you can take your mask off now! Your in good hands with Dr. Joe.

12/31/2020

I think the majority of us would agree with this meme. We are going to stay positive in hopes for a better new year. Our wish is for everyone to have good health and prosperity. We are so thankful to all of you for your support and for your friendship in the past year year. We truly do have the best patients. Enjoy your time with family, keep your chin up, and keep looking forward to a brighter New Year!

12/24/2020

To Our Valued Patients, Thank you for being a part of our dental family over this very trying year. We appreciate your loyalty and look forward to continuing your dental health in the next year.

Happy holidays and best wishes for the new year!

12/11/2020

Happy Hanukkah!

12/01/2020

😂😂

11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving!

11/11/2020
10/10/2020

We would like to congratulate, former team member and good friend Andrea, on her nuptials to Joe today.

May your marriage be filled with all the right ingredients: a heap of love, a dash of humor, a touch of romance, and a spoonful of understanding. May your joy last forever. Congratulations!

[06/08/20]   If you see Dr. Joe today, wish him the happiest of birthdays!! 🍭🍰🎉

[05/26/20]   How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy During the COVID-19 Outbreak

With our office closed for routine procedures during the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s more important than ever to brush properly and floss regularly.

We are urging people to brush twice a day and floss once a day to take care of their teeth.🦷🦷

Keeping your toothbrush clean is also important for good dental health. You can do any of the following:

👉 Swirl the bristles in antibacterial mouthwash for 30 seconds.

👉 2 teaspoons of baking soda in a cup of water and soak the toothbrush in the solution.

👉Dilute 1 teaspoon of 3 percent strength hydrogen peroxide in 1 cup of water and swish the toothbrush bristles in the solution before brushing.

👉 Soak the bristles in vinegar overnight.

We are urging people to brush twice a day and floss once a day to take care of their teeth.

Good dental hygiene might not be in the front of your mind in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

That could change quickly if you develop a painful cavity and can’t get in to see us.

Our advice is to maintain a daily routine of brushing teeth and flossing to prevent tooth decay.

Rinsing with a non-alcohol-based mouthwash twice a day also can help reduce plaque buildup leading to inflammation of the gums (gingivitis).

Diet matters too! What you eat is also important!

Avoiding excessive snacking — a habit that’s all too easy to adopt when dealing with the stress and boredom inherent in self-quarantining.

Starchy foods and drinks lead to acid in our mouths, which dissolves tooth surfaces. The more often our teeth are bathed in these acids, the weaker and softer they become.

Avoid non-fiber carbohydrates. These can act just like straight sugar and contribute to plaque buildup. Adopt a Paleo-type diet and avoiding processed foods, if possible, to protect oral health.

Drink lots of water - Good hydration also is important for oral health.

We also recommend avoiding hard foods that can crack a tooth or damage fillings as well as popcorn, peanut brittle, and sticky candy.

Take care of your health and your dental health!! Stay safe, we will see you soon!

05/26/2020

Joseph W. Arcadipane, DMD

05/23/2020

Please take time this Memorial Weekend to remember all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

[05/23/20]   We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health. Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety.

Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice and you may have seen this during your visits to our office. Our infection control processes are made so that when you receive care, it’s both safe and comfortable. We want to tell you about the infection control procedures we follow in our practice to keep patients and staff safe.

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). We follow the activities of these agencies so that we are up-to-date on any new rulings or guidance that may be issued.

While our office is still under certain restrictions, we are now able to accept patients on an EMERGENCY basis by appointment only. We have designated days and times for appointment scheduling. Only patients with an appointment will be allowed in our building, no walk-ins.

Should you need Emergency Care that is able to wait for an appointment, please call the office at 570-876-4719. If you get our answering service, please leave your name and number and tell them that you would like to schedule an emergency visit. We will return your call on our next business day. If you have an emergency that needs urgent care, please leave your name and number and request that the office call right away.

You will see some changes when you arrive for your appointment. We made these changes to help protect our patients and staff and adhere to the guidelines put forth by the American Dental Association and Pennsylvania Dental Association.

For example:
• Our office will communicate with you beforehand to ask some screening questions. You’ll be asked those same questions again when you are in the office.
• Please be sure to use the restroom prior to arriving for your appointment.
• When you arrive at our office, please remain in your car and call our front office at 570-876-4719 to inform us of your arrival. You will be directed to our front vestibule for a few screening questions and a body temperature read at this time. Please bring a mask with you.
• We are allowing only one patient at a time into our office, so you won’t have any contact with any other patients during your visit. One parent/guardian may accompany a minor patient, but we are asking that all non-patient visitors wear a mask while in our building and wait in our reception if possible. Please bring your own mask.
• You may see that our waiting room will no longer offer magazines, children’s toys and so forth, since those items are difficult to clean and disinfect.
• Appointments will be managed to allow for social distancing between patients. That might mean that you’re offered fewer options for scheduling your appointment.

We miss you and look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the steps we take to keep you, and every patient, safe in our practice. To make an emergency appointment, please call our office at 570-876-4719.

Thank you for being our patient. We value your trust and loyalty and look forward to welcoming back our patients, neighbors and friends.

Dr. Joe and Staff

05/10/2020

Happy Mother's Day to all our wonderful Moms out there!!! 💜💙💚💛🧡❤

04/23/2020

We know you miss seeing your favorite Dentist!! 👀

So, here is a 📸 of Dr. Joe with his quarantine look!! 😆

We miss all of you and can't wait to see you!!!

[04/17/20]   To Our Valued Patients,

Thank you for your continued patience during this very uncertain and trying time.

Mandated as a “non-essential” business, our dental office is still under orders to remain closed for elective procedures and routine appointments. Unfortunately, at this time, we must remain closed for emergency visits as well. Our office is currently not equipped with the proper COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment, which will be necessary to perform any treatment. Our supply companies continue to be out of stock of this equipment with no date of re-stocking.

In the coming weeks, with the guidelines from the CDC and the American Dental Association, our office will be implementing a plan of action should the state allow dental offices to reopen. We will keep you posted with our course of action as we learn more. Until then, we miss all of you and can’t wait to see your Smiles again!!

Dr. Joe & Staff

04/12/2020

Wishing you a season filled with peace, joy, and beautiful weather. Happy Easter!
Dr. Joe, Jamie, Linda, Jennifer and Jessica

success.ada.org 03/18/2020

Infectious Diseases 2019 Novel Coronavirus

To our Valued Patients,

With the recommendation from the American Dental Association, dental professionals have been asked to postpone elective procedures in response to the spread of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19, across the country.

We are deeply concerned for the health and well-being of our patients and our dental team. In order for dentistry to do its part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, our office will postpone elective procedures for the next Two Weeks, at that time we will reevaluate this situation. If you haven't already, you will receive a call to reschedule your appointment.

Our office will only see patients on an emergency basis. If you experience an emergency, you may call the office answering service at 570-876-4719.

The ADA is continually evaluating and will update its recommendation on an ongoing basis as new information becomes available.

Be safe!
Dr. Joe and Staff

success.ada.org

[03/12/20]   With the growing concern of COVID-19 virus, we wanted to advise you that our dental office will be business as usual.

Our office follows routine daily cleaning and disinfection strategies to protect the health of our patients and our staff. We will continue to follow the CDC’s recommendations for patient and staff health safety in our office during this outbreak. We ask that you use common sense with your health. If you are not feeling well, we will be happy to reschedule your appointment for another time.

Our thoughts are with all those affected. Please be safe!

Dr. Joe and Staff

03/05/2020
02/24/2020

Good Monday Morning!! It is going to be a beautiful day today.

Here is some interesting information: While I couldn't find any information that the toothbrush was actually invented on this date according to Joe Snedeker, the original toothbrush was first invented in 1498 in China, and the bristles were made of hog hairs. Before this was invented, people would chew on sticks and bones to clean their teeth. I would say the tooth brush as come along way!

02/20/2020

We have the best patients!! How cute are these cookies!!!🦷❤️

Edit to give a shout out to Cathy from @cookiesbycathy on Instagram. These not only look great, but they tasted delicious as well.

02/14/2020

Happy Friday! 👍 Happy Valentines Day!❤

01/28/2020

01/23/2020

Walking away from bad oral hygiene like...

01/10/2020

Preserving natural tooth structure with a conservative porcelain inlay by Dr. Joe.
#drjoe #josephwarcadipanedmd

12/22/2019
12/05/2019
11/28/2019

Be thankful this day and everyday! 🙏

🦃 Happy Thanksgiving from your Dental Team!! 🦃

11/11/2019

Dr. Joe and staff give our sincerest thank you to all who have served!

10/22/2019

Jessica, our hygienist, spent sometime with the children at Canaan Christian Academy in South Canaan teaching them the importance of dental health. Thank you Jessica!!

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200 Betty St
Archbald, PA
18403

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 2pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm