We are thankful to announce that Beautiful Smiles is back! Although we have been able to take care of our patients who have suffered tooth and gum problems during this horrible pandemic,we have embraced a plan to keep our staff and patients safe during this very frightening time.
As many of you already know, and many have experienced, we experienced another grave threat in the early 1980's. Its name was AIDS. It, too, was a virus. At first, we did not know much about it other than when someone contracted it, they died. Everyone died. I remember that time vividly and we changed our infection control protocols at that time to include masks, gloves, sterilization (of almost everything that could fit in the sterilizer) and step-by-step instructions for cleaning and disinfecting the office. Since then, Beautiful Smiles has been very intent on following all the CDC, OSHA and ADA guidelines.
We will explain the new protocol when you arrive. We will have asked a series of screening questions before your appointment, also take your temperature when you arrive at the office. Please come alone, or ask your ride to stay in the car. If you need assistance to get into the office, please ask your helper to accompany you into the office. Then we can take over. It would be best if your helper stays close to the office so we can contact them after the appointment concludes.
We will discuss children's visit with the parent when we talk to you by telephone. And remember, your appointment depends on your comfort level. We are here to answer any questions you may have about our preparations for this scourge. For example, there will be only one dental hygienist and one doctor working at the same time. There will be no side-by-side patients. We are using a "Mister" to fog the office at the end of the morning and afternoon, in addition to other PPE you can see.
Please, we must prioritize patients. So, if you have a concern or dental problem...Call us. Don't wait until something wakes you at night. A filling replacement is much less expensive and time consuming than a root canal and crown. If you notice bleeding gums, Call us. A timely cleaning appointment can prevent periodontal disease. Help us to determine who needs care now, and who can wait for a little while. We have a lot of patients who are "Heroes",....but please don't be a "Martyr".
Happily Accepting New Patients!
Welcome to Beautiful Smiles, where we provide a “woman’s touch” to dentistry! Drs. Teresa Stiteler and Aleta Detwiler along with their talented, compassionate staff, provide high-quality care in a friendly, upscale office. From the first phone call to the final steps of treatment, our priority is building trusting relationships with patients. Everyone in our office provides care, compassion, and warmth to every patient. Join us for a cup of coffee at our in-house coffee bar!
We have built a reputation in our communities for being a practice that keeps at the forefront of dental advances. We specialize in offering state-of-the-art technology and the best that our profession has to offer, including:
Call our Quakertown dental office today to schedule your initial consultation. The women of Beautiful Smiles are excited to welcome you into our home!
Providing quality dental care to Quakertown, Coopersburg, and Perkasie and all surrounding Pennsylvania areas.
Beautiful Smiles enjoys volunteering for the local community. We are involved with events such as Medical Career Night and Autumn Alive! Beautiful Smiles donates services to the Donated Dental Program since 2002. The Donated Dental Program is a humanitarian service to disabled, elderly, and medically compromised people. We strongly believe in continuing education to provide the latest and greatest in digital technology and treatments for our patients. Both Dr. Teresa Stiteler and Dr. Aleta Detwiler are members of the Quakertown Study Club-a branch of the Seattle Study Club.