Due to the Governor’s Executive Order 20-09, all non-emergent dental care is currently postponed. If you have a dental emergency, please contact our office via phone or email. Thank you!

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Growing Pains

I never experienced ‘growing pains’ as a kid.  When I was young some of my friends would complain of sore knees, hips, and backs, apparently from growing too quickly.  It was never an issue for me.

Carver Dental has experienced rapid and explosive growth since we opened last June.  The support and reception we’ve received from the surrounding area has been overwhelming and humbling.

With growth comes challenges; more patients to serve, more team members to add and train, more equipment to buy, the list goes on.  Maybe that would be considered ‘growing pains’.

We’re doing our best to meet those challenges, but sometimes growing up isn’t easy.  Thanks for your continued patience and support as we strive to meet the needs of our growing patient base and community.  We’re extremely grateful.