We provide comprehensive treatment to all our patients and help them achieve optimum dental health, self-confidence and a beautiful smile. We are here to provide our patients with the most comfortable, quality dental care possible.
A family oriented general practice dental office that offers a variety of services for every member of the family
Operating as usual
Thank you to a very kind patient who brought us doughnuts today!!
Thank you to a very kind patient who brought us doughnuts today!!
[02/03/21] Our office will close Thursday Feb 3 and remain closed until 8 am Monday the 8th so that our staff can receive their second dose of the Covid vaccine. If you have a dental emergency please call the office 614-781-1288 for assistance during this time. Stay healthy and we’ll keep you updated on any further developments in the journey to a post pandemic world!
[01/06/21] We will be closing early Wednesday January 6th so that our staff can get the first series of the Covid Vaccine started. We will resume our normal schedule Thursday the 7th at 8am.
We are closing our office Wednesday Dec 23rd to enjoy the holidays with our families. We will reopen at 8 am Monday Dec 28th.
Please stay safe and we wish you the merriest of Christmases!
Happy Holidays!! Christmas and Dentistry go hand in hand!!
It’s beginning to look a lot like....
If you can’t visit Disney during the Halloween season, then just bring it to work!!
Getting ready for one of our favorite times of the year!
And a new check in lobby!
We have a new entrance!
We have now officially doubled our office size!! It’ll be a work in progress for a little bit but the new space will be ready to use to welcome patients very shortly!
Did you ever feel like you just needed more space? Well, we are able to now announce that we have more space!! Dr Hayes is expanding into the office next door so that we will have twice as much room to work in— over the next few months be on the lookout for even more changes.
Here’s to step one!!
[06/14/20] These past few weeks have been hard for all of us— from the lockdowns due to Covid, to the tragic killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, abd Ahmaud Arbery we have born witness to unprecedented times. As we continue our trek safely out of quarantine we also need to pay attention and truly listen to the voices of our citizens that have been ignored. We may stumble, and we may dissapoint, but we can never stop the process of lifting up those in our community that need our support and strength. We will always fight for what is right.
Please have a safe Memorial Day weekend, and thank you to those who’ve served and given the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
Taking temps just got easier and more COOL!! Green screen is keen and means we can polish your teeth clean! (Yeah I’m not a good poet)
Here are some helpful hints if you find that your mask wearing has shown you a problem with your breath.
cnn.com Is wearing a mask highlighting bad breath you didn't realize you had? Here are 10 possible reasons why your breath could stop a tank and how to fix it.
We will look a little different when you come in to see us but the smiles underneath the masks will be the same
We are back open to see our patients on a routine basis! If you have any questions about our new procedures that have been put into place for increased patient and staff protection please don’t hesitate to contact us at 614-781-1288.
For your upcoming appointment we strongly recommend wearing a mask until we seat you. Your temperature will be taken and a very short questionnaire will be reviewed. We ask that you come alone unless there is another member of your family that also has an appointment. There is hand sanitizer present as well as stations to wash your hands. Also, children 12 and under can be accompanied by a parent or guardian to the waiting room, but we ask that you remain in the lobby while they are being seen.
A great teachable school lesson for your kids who are remote learning — all from the American Dental Association
mouthhealthy.org Use eggs and a few other common ingredients to demonstrate the importance of fluoride.
Because of the efforts of everyone we are able to open May 4th and begin seeing our patients again for all dental appointments. We are going to have new procedures in place, as well as the high standard of disinfection and sterilization already being followed to keep patients as safe as possible for their visits. Only patients with scheduled appointments will be allowed in the office so if you need to schedule please call 614-781-1288 and we’ll be happy to help you.
Today’s Chalkboard quote and art!
There was a report from the U.K. where a man extracted his own tooth because he couldn’t get in to see a dentist for an emergency visit. Please don’t hesitate to call our office if you have an emergency— no one needs to take matters into their own hands when it comes to alleviating dental pain during these times!
Stay safe and informed and let us know if there is any questions concerning your oral health.
Even though we are still only open to treat emergency patients for the time being, we have been spending time preparing the office to make it safe and streamlined to receive all our dental family.
Once the order to open happens our team will be ready to deliver care in a caring and protected environment.
Our office can see you and your family for dental emergencies if they arise during the Covid 19 outbreak. Please Don’t hesitate to contact our office if you have questions. We are here to help in anyway we can if pain, swelling or fractures happen. Our number is 614-782-1288 if you have any questions or need to schedule.
Audrey came by to help feed the fishes today!
A very big THANK YOU to everyone that works the front lines in not only the fight against Covid-19 but all disease.
Toothbrush disinfection is VERY IMPORTANT all year long— not just during cold or flu season!
Also— the video cuts off the best part— if you share a bathroom don’t leave your toothbrush out in the open. Put it in a drawer where germs and viruses can’t get on it if someone sneezes or coughs!
Unsure if you should be seen for a Dental emergency during the Covid-19 outbreak? Here’s a handy guide, but if in doubt don’t hesitate to call our office to discuss your situation.
Keep smiling and we will get through this together!
A useful tip if you’ve got a chip or fractured tooth while we are al trying to physical distance during the Coronavirus outbreak
When community calls you answer it! Just donated boxes of masks, gloves, Cotten tip applicators and gowns to the state to treat and help fight anyone hit with Covid-19.
Our office will only see patients on an emergency basis during the shelter in place order until April 6th. Please call our office to schedule if you are in pain or have swelling. If you reach the voicemail please leave a message as it will be checked regularly. Any other appointments that were scheduled between March 23 and April 6th will be cancelled and rescheduled at a later date. Please remember to keep washing your hands and practicing good hygiene at all times and we look forward to resuming our normal operations very soon!
Not only will Dr Hayes be here for your dental emergencies during the Covid-19 outbreak, we gotta make sure all these guys are fed!
This is from a colleague’s page on whether to use Tylenol or Ibuprofen if infected with Covid 19
Tylenol or Ibuprofen?
Preliminary data from France is suggesting that Ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory medications may lead to more severe disease in patients infected with COVID-19. If possible, we would suggest using Tylenol (Acetaminophen) for fever control if you have symptoms of COVID-19 infection. Please know that taking too much Tylenol can be dangerous, so follow the instructions on the bottle carefully. And if you take anti-inflammatory medications on a regular basis for other health issues, don’t stop them without first checking with the prescribing provider. The data regarding this is limited, but was published in The Lancet. It is not just a social media hoax. As more information about this virus becomes available we will pass it on to you.
Dr. David Hayes and his staff provide quality, compassionate care for all of your oral health needs. Our practice was established in 2000 at the beginning of the new millennium. Today we still have the same mission – to ensure that every patient leaves our office with a bright, healthy smile.
Our staff is here to listen to your concerns and explain options and procedures to make you comfortable with your dental care choices. We want you to have the confidence that you are receiving the highest standard of care. We provide dental services for all ages. Convenient and extended hours are available, and most insurance plans are accepted.
At Westerville Dental Associates, we offer patients exceptional care in preventative, cosmetic, restorative and other dental services.
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