Archive for November 2013

Barnett-Davis Dental Group Always Accepting New Patients

Springfield, Missouri – Finding a dental home is an important step in taking care of our overall health, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. It can be difficult to find the perfect place where you and your family all feel comfortable and that your dental needs are all being met. But many patients have discovered the exceptional care offered by Barnett-Davis Dental Group and are excited to share their wonderful experiences. And the good news for you is that they are always accepting new patients.

“Our family dentistry practice offers a host of services for patients of all ages,” says Dr. Marc Barnett, who regularly treats patients in the Ozark area. “But perhaps even more important than that is our dedication to providing you and your family with a positive dental experience. Our staff is compassionate and attentive, and each member is dedicated to providing only the highest level of care.”


It’s Not Too Late to Brighten Those Smiles for the Holidays

Springfield, Missouri – This holiday season, don’t let the lights on your tree outshine your smile. The cosmetic dentists at Barnett-Davis Dental Group in Ozark have the perfect options to keep you smiling merrily all season long.

“It’s not uncommon for patients to complain of stained or discolored teeth,” says Dr. Marc Barnett, who has been a dentist in the Ozark area since 1984. “We have the perfect solution for our patients this holiday season. The KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™ System provides incredible results that our patients love.”


The Importance of Preventive Dentistry

Springfield, Missouri – October was National Dental Hygiene Month, making this a great time to discuss the importance of preventive dental care. It is essential that patients visit their dentists every six months to prevent problems from developing and to detect and treat issues before they become more severe.

“It’s important for patients to remember that they can have dental problems without experiencing pain,” says Springfield, Missouri dental care provider Dr. Marc Barnett. “In fact, pain is often the final symptom. Many dental issues are not symptomatic, so it may take a visit to the dentist’s office to uncover it.”