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“Patients from across Alaska line up for Mission of Mercy Dental Care”… Please click here to read the Alaska Dispatch News article regarding the Mission of Mercy Dental Care event!

We are pleased to announce that Alaska Center for Dentistry Anchorage, PC, is now under new management. Dr. Gentry Toone, an Anchorage resident, is the new owner of this location. Dr. Sage will continue to practice in this facility, and the staff will remain the same. The primary change you’ll see is the practice name,...

Alaska Center for Dentistry is pleased to announce our new location off of Lake Wasilla. Our patients can now visit us at 1700 East Bogard, Suite 201A. We are located in the North Fork building. The larger facility offers spacious rooms, a new surgery suite, and an open reception area. The addition of the surgical suite...

February is National Children’s Dental Month. An overwhelming 92% of U.S. adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have dental decay and cavities, and nearly all of them can be chalked up to poor dental habits. The American Dental Association (ADA) stresses the importance of developing good habits at a young age, before it’s...

Did you know that about 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and more than 35 million don’t have any teeth at all? This may sound alarming, but part of the reason for these dental issues is that people aren’t receiving the necessary dental care. Odontophobia, or a fear of the dentist, keeps...

Practicing good dental habits is an important part of maintaining healthy teeth, including brushing and flossing twice a day and making regular trips to the local dentist office. While taking good care of teeth can help ward off dangerous dental diseases and tooth decay, anyone can lose a tooth due to an unfortunate accident. Currently,...

Did you know that tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children and adults in the United States? Over 90% of American adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have had cavities, and worldwide, between 60 and 90% of school-aged children suffer from untreated cavities. Tooth decay can can cause a number...

Tooth decay is the most prevalent chronic childhood disease around the world, and most of these cases can be prevented with a simple visit to a pediatric dentist. A childrens dentist focuses on the oral health of kids until they reach the age of 18; they instill good dental hygiene habits as well as make...

What would cause a dentist and his staff to go out to the parking lot and dump ice cold water over their heads? The ALS ice bucket challenge, of course. Alaska Center for Dentistry just got in on the action and it’s all for a great cause. The dentist in question is Dr. Sage of Alaska...

How much do you know about American dental practices? Some of these statistics might just surprise you… 51 million: The estimated number of school hours that children lose each year because of illnesses directly related to dental problems. Many people don’t realize that dental health is closely related to overall health, and when your mouth is...

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