The days have been getting shorter and summer is rapidly coming to a close. The Hudson school district will begin classes on September 10th to accommodate for construction on the High School. Limited openings remain before heading back to school. You can request an appointment by visiting our contact page or by calling 715-381-9710. We would also like to take the opportunity to introduce our new Dental Assistant, Krista. Krista is a Minnesota native with a background in Pediatric Dentistry as well as General Dentistry. You can find more information about Krista, and the rest of the team at the “Our Team” page.

We are sorry to report that we are no longer in network with the Delta Dental of Minnesota Civic Smiles Program. However, due our longstanding relationship with the program and as part of our commitment to seniors, we will continue to see patients on an “out of network” basis and honor the “in network” fee schedule. Please contact the office for more information. As of August 23, 2018, Spring Creek Dental will no longer be in network with United Healthcare. We are in the process of making arrangements to accommodate our existing patients that are United Healthcare subscribers. If you are a United Healthcare subscriber and should have any questions regarding your dental insurance coverage please contact the office for more information.

FAQ: Teeth Whitening

And finally, our summer whitening special runs through the end of the month with all teeth whitening products and services discounted by 20%. One of the most frequent topics I am asked about is teeth whitening. Most people are concerned that teeth whitening agents may damage your teeth and/or existing dental work. However, if used as instructed, professional teeth whitening is incredibly safe. The whitening process uses active ingredients to temporarily open pores in your teeth and lift stains. After each whitening session, your teeth naturally remineralize and rehydrate. When artificial caps and veneers are installed, they are created to match the color of your surrounding teeth. The material is created a darker (or lighter) color and can never be changed. Caps and veneers will neither whiten nor stain. Teeth whitening will not damage dental work.