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West End Dental Inc Reopening
West End Dental is excited to begin seeing patients safely. These are unprecedented times, and we want to reassure you that we have taken every precaution to ensure your safety and wellbeing during your visit.

We are limiting the number of patients in the office in order to maintain appropriate social distance. We ask that you provide your own face mask when in the office, use provided hand sanitizer, and that you come to your appointment alone unless accompaniment is required.

All patients will be screened with a contactless temperature check, pulse oximeter reading, and verbal questionnaire.

We ask that you understand that our provider's time is more crucial than ever and request that you be prompt to your appointment, arriving no sooner or later than your appointment time. Understand that if you cancel your appointment less than 48 hours in advance or are more than 15 minutes late to your visit, we will charge your account a $75.00 non-refundable fee.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during these unprecedented times. Please watch the video below for more information.

Our Dental Blog


Educational blog from West End Dental Dr. James Krippaehne has created this informative blog to help educate the community.

Latest Posts:

The Importance of Eating Crunchy Foods When It Comes to Having Healthy Teeth

Posted on 4/25/2020 by Dr. James A. Krippaehne
When trying to maintain a healthy balance in your diet, for your body and your teeth, you'll want to make sure that you add crunchy foods into your daily meals. Of course, the crunchy foods we mean include fresh produce and other healthy options. Let us take a minute to tell you some of the...
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Why Might Your Filling Leak?

Posted on 4/15/2020 by Dr. James A. Krippaehne
Some fillings stop providing their useful purpose when they start leaking. A filling leaks when the side of the restoration does not fit snugly against a tooth. In turn, both saliva and food debris can seep between the tooth and filling, leading to dental problems. You can experience leaking if the...
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How Brushing Too Often Can Damage Your Gums

Posted on 3/25/2020 by Dr. James A. Krippaehne
We all know brushing twice a day is important for our oral health. Brushing our teeth remove bacteria and the food bacteria likes to eat. Left alone, bacteria in our mouth can wreak havoc. Bacteria not only like to eat food left in our mouth but also our teeth. If they each enough of your teeth,...
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All Posts:

The Importance of Eating Crunchy Foods When It Comes to Having Healthy Teeth
4/25/2020
Why Might Your Filling Leak?
4/15/2020
How Brushing Too Often Can Damage Your Gums
3/25/2020
Signs to Keep an Eye Out for Since Early Gum Disease is Painless
3/15/2020
If You Multitask When You Brush, You May Be Missing Areas in Your Mouth
2/29/2020
Digital Smile Design
2/25/2020
Dental Sleep Medicine
2/24/2020
How Water Can Improve Your Oral Health
2/15/2020
What Is It About Coffee That Stains Your Teeth?
1/25/2020
How to Eat Sweets You Love with Less Sugar
1/15/2020
What Does Mouthwash Really Do?
12/25/2019
Weather Can Cause Your Teeth to Hurt
12/15/2019
How to Stop Bleeding After Oral Trauma
11/25/2019
Is Vaping Safe for Your Teeth?
11/15/2019
What's up with CPAP?
10/31/2019
How does digital smile design work?
10/28/2019
What Happens In Your Mouth if You Forget to Brush Before Bed?
10/25/2019
Ways of Telling if You Need to Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed
10/15/2019
Ways That Having Good Oral Health Can Save You Money in the Future
9/25/2019
Things We Look for in an Oral Cancer Screening
9/15/2019
Does Hot Weather Cause Tooth Pain?
7/23/2019
Foods That Can Help You Naturally Whiten Your Teeth on a Daily Basis
7/13/2019
Things to Expect if Visiting Us Has Been Delayed for a Long Time
6/25/2019
Ways of Telling if You Actually Brush for Long Enough
6/15/2019
What to Do if You See Signs of a Cavity
5/25/2019
When You Manage Your Stress, It Can Improve Your Oral Health
5/15/2019
Migraines Are Sometimes Caused by Oral Health Issues
4/25/2019
Managing Your Stress Can Boost Your Oral Health
4/15/2019
Ways of Explaining Your Dental Fears to Us
3/30/2019
Uncommon Dental Injuries to Be Aware Of
3/20/2019
Could It Become Possible to Reverse Cavities?
2/25/2019
Can You Feel Your Teeth Shift Each Night? Call Us to Figure Out the Problem
2/15/2019
Nuts Are a Great Snack to Eat Regularly for Healthy Teeth
1/30/2019
Never Place an Aspirin On Your Gums
1/20/2019
What is Dental Pulp Disease?
12/30/2018
What is a Rubber Dam Used For?
12/20/2018
Caring for a New Dental Crown
11/30/2018
Can Your Diet Impact How Healthy Your Teeth Stay?
11/20/2018
Times When You Should Avoid a Fluoride Treatment
10/20/2018
Types of Implants That Can Restore a Lost Tooth
10/30/2010
WE TREAT OUR PATIENTS WITH RESPECT
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WE BELIEVE IN HEALTHY TEETH FIRST
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