Dear Valued Patients and Friends,

With COVID-19 restrictions and CDC recommendations changing, we wanted to remind our patients about our current protocols. The health and safety of our patients and team has always been one of our highest priorities and we will continue to follow all standard precautions for infection control.

We will continue the following enhanced safety measures in accordance with guidance from the CDC:

  • All patients are asked to continue to wear a mask in our facility until undergoing dental treatment.
  • All patients are still able to wait in their cars upon arrival to our office. Please text us at 651-482-8412 to let us know when you are here.
  • Patients that would prefer to come to our reception area are now welcome to do so, but please do not enter the reception area until 5 minutes prior to appointment time.
  • Before bringing you to your treatment room, we will visit the hand sanitizing station.
  • Please note: in an effort to keep our office environment as safe as possible for both our patients and our team, the coffee station and restroom will continue to be closed until further notice.

We appreciate your continued patience and flexibility as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and look forward to seeing you soon at your next appointment!
And don't forget to schedule your family's back to school recare visits soon. Call our office at the number below or follow this link to schedule online.

With Best Regards,

Drs. Elizabeth and Jeff Eggert
and the Eggert Family Dentistry Team
Welcoming New Faces....and Some We'll Miss!
This month, we welcome Kristina and Kendra to our administrative team and wish Carly and Alex the best of luck in their future endeavors. Carly started with us last summer during the COVID pandemic with the full intention of staying one year and moving on to her anticipated career in sports management. With many sports teams back up and running, Carly has secured employment with a hockey team in South Dakota. Alex is also undergoing life transitions with her daughter starting kindergarten in the fall and the need to move to a fully flexible schedule with the ability to work from home. We will miss her, five years sure has gone fast!
Welcome Kristina and Kendra!
Farewell Carly and Alex–We'll Miss You!
On the Blog
Learn How Sleep Apnea is Diagnosed
If you deal with snoring, gasping for air in your sleep, a dry mouth, headache in the morning or daytime fatigue, sleep apnea could be the culprit. Learn more about the symptoms and how it's diagnosed.

The Connection Between Sleep Apnea and Oral Health

Many people don’t understand what causes sleep apnea and how it affects oral health. This blog unpacks some of these connections.

The Seattle Protocol and How it Helps Pinpoint Airway Obstructions

When a patient with symptoms of airway issues first comes into our office, we often recommend the Seattle Protocol. But what exactly IS the Seattle Protocol and how do we use it to pinpoint airway issues? Our latest blog has more.

The Seattle Protocol – Tom’s Story
Tom’s journey began in 2014 when he came to us as a new patient looking to improve his oral health and the appearance of his teeth. Over the course of his treatment, other symptoms came to light, including difficulty breathing through his nose, dry mouth and use of a CPAP machine and Dr. Elizabeth recommended Tom complete the Seattle Protocol to help address his airway patency.

Thanks, Gerald!
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