Jennifer Siwula-Gill, DMD

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Operating as usual

In this year of hardships, count your many blessings

Time is flying by, and we have been seeing patients since June. Here are some of the steps we have taken to protect our patients, our team , and our community.
You may see a variation as we make best efforts to keep current with ongoing research and recommendations.

[04/22/20]   Gov Wolf has continued the Stay at Home order which keeps us from practicing dentistry until at least May 8, 2020. While we are closed for routine dental care, we hope you are all brushing and flossing daily,
and that you know we can still be reached by phone for emergencies. We are diligently reading and updating our protocols for best practices to keep our patients and our team safe. We have always upheld the highest standards for sterilization and infection control, and we will continue to work through this. God bless our country and our community.

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Western Pa. dentists upset about state order to stop emergency surgeries

https://triblive.com/local/regional/western-pa-dentists-upset-about-state-order-to-stop-emergency-surgeries/

triblive.com Pennsylvanians dealing with dental emergencies and needing to see a dentist or an oral surgeon are out of luck. The Pennsylvania State Department of Health has ordered all dental offices to stop performing emergency operations during the covid-19 crisis, effectively shutting the offices down. ”Rig...

[03/23/20]   COVID -19 update in dentistry:
On March 22 the PA dept of health instructed all dental office to close all locations even to emergencies unless they can provide limited treatment under the following conditions:

• All personnel must use N95 masks or higher; goggles or a face-shield covering face and sides; disposable gowns and gloves.
( we cannot get these currently)
• Treatment must be provided in negative pressure isolation rooms with HEPA filtration.
( dental offices do not have isolation rooms)

** please know at our office we are receiving calls for emergencies and making attempts to treat infections with antibiotics by a phone diagnosis until improvements are made with COVID 19 and with our access to protective equipment **
Please be safe and be well.
God bless
Jennifer Siwula Gill and team

Jennifer Siwula-Gill, DMD

In an effort to keep our patients and our dental team safe and healthy and to do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we have made the decision to close our office for the upcoming weeks. We will be continually monitoring the safety concerns and will return to routine care as quickly as permissible. Stay safe. Be well. God Bless.

March 16, 2020
ADA Calls Upon Dentists to Postpone Elective Procedures

The American Dental Association (ADA) recognizes the unprecedented and extraordinary circumstances dentists and all health care professionals face related to growing concern about COVID-19. The ADA is deeply concerned for the health and well-being of the public and the dental team.

In order for dentistry to do its part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the ADA recommends dentists nationwide postpone elective procedures

[03/17/20]   In an effort to keep our patients and our dental team safe and healthy and to do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we have made the decision to close our office for the upcoming weeks. We will be continually monitoring the safety concerns and will return to routine care as quickly as permissible. Stay safe. Be well. God Bless.

March 16, 2020
ADA Calls Upon Dentists to Postpone Elective Procedures

The American Dental Association (ADA) recognizes the unprecedented and extraordinary circumstances dentists and all health care professionals face related to growing concern about COVID-19. The ADA is deeply concerned for the health and well-being of the public and the dental team.

In order for dentistry to do its part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the ADA recommends dentists nationwide postpone elective procedures

Did you know that you’re actually never too old to have braces? Surprisingly, almost 20% of braces wearers are adults

Jennifer Siwula-Gill, DMD

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Talk To Them About It

Talk to your children about the importance of oral care and what to expect at the dentist.

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Taking Care of Your Retainer | American Association of Orthodontists

Graduating from braces to a retainer? Learn how to properly take care of them here: http://bit.ly/2WlkSqK

aaoinfo.org Nothing can prevent 100% of tooth movement, but when retainers are worn as prescribed, they are the best tool available to minimize movement.

It was a lovely evening spent with these amazing women who I am so grateful to have on my team. 💕. We all wish all of you a blessed Christmas season.

Children's Biannual Check-Up

Just like adults, children should go to the dentist every 6 months for their biannual check-up.

Are you wanting a brighter smile for the seasons?
We will be happy to help you do this!

So many reasons to smile 💕

Dr Siwula Gill and Jen H spent the day at the Mission of Mercy, providing dental care to the Pittsburgh area underserved population.
https://mompgh.org/about/
“ It was humbling how grateful our patients were today.”

Swearing in of the Pennsylvania Academy of General Dentistry Board of directors.

Always implement good oral hygiene practices with your child so that they understand how important their teeth and gums are.

Have you had your oral cancer screening this year? Early detection is the key- schedule an appointment to get checked.

Your toothbrush isn't the only defense against tooth decay.

Sealants are a common preventative solution. They are applied to the chewing surface of teeth and are an excellent barrier against decay-causing factors.

Do you have chips, cracks, or gaps in your teeth? Veneers are a treatment option that can offer dramatic improvement to your smile. Call today to learn more!

5 signs you may be brushing too hard. Are you experiencing any of these?

Keep your biannual appointments to keep your oral health on track

The CDC reports that 47% of adults aged 30 years and older have some form of periodontal disease. Have you scheduled your biannual appointment yet? http://bit.ly/2Ewa9kP
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Brush Your Teeth | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Healthy habits for kids start now

Two times a day, twice a day is the magic number for brushing your teeth properly. Getting your little ones to brush for the full two minutes is fun with songs like these: http://bit.ly/2Mq5Mc6

When's it's time to brush your teeth, we have the perfect tooth brushing song for you! Sing along with "Brush Your Teeth" from Super Simple Songs! ❤️ Subscri...

Such a wonderful group of women. Thankful for every single one. 💕

Bad breath can be caused by more than just that salad you had for lunch

Here are a few signs that you may have periodontal disease. If you have any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment with us as soon as possible.

Carrots are good for more than just a snack

Have you heard that carrots are good for your eyes? They're also good for your teeth! Carrots have Vitamin A, which keeps your gums healthy and builds tooth enamel.

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Flossing isn’t really that hard... even my cat can do it

Parents often wonder at what age their child needs to head to the dentist for their first cleaning- it may be younger than you think. Read more here: https://goo.gl/kK9SQJ

Don't believe what you may have heard- flossing is still very important. Why? Because it can prevent gum disease. Here are more reasons why you need to floss: https://goo.gl/qmELL2

It's easy to indulge in eggnog, cookies, and candy canes, but don’t let holiday treats dampen your Christmas spirit by causing tooth decay. For a holly jolly smile, follow these rules: https://goo.gl/zdLFs9

November is National Diabetes Month! Did you know that diabetes can affect your oral health? In fact, if you develop gum disease while having diabetes, controlling your blood sugar won't be as easy as you think. Schedule an appointment to keep your mouth in check and learn more here: https://goo.gl/NQCcmo

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322 Pittsburgh St
Scottdale, PA
15683

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 07:00 - 15:00
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