Our office is now open for routine dental care in addition to dental emergencies. We are open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8 am - 5 pm, Tuesdays from 8 am - 6 pm, Fridays from 8 am - 3 pm, and most Saturdays from 8 am - noon. Please read our letter regarding the changes we have put in place to ensure the safety and well-being of our patients and clinical staff.
As we continue to work together to flatten the Coronavirus curve it's important to remember to take care of yourself. Eating well, exercising, and taking care of your teeth and gums are especially important now that our regular routines have been interupted. Be sure to brush and floss every day.
MAKE FLOSSING A HABIT: Flossing removes food particles and plaque from the areas where you toothbrush can't reach. Keep Flossing Your Teeth Even If You’re Worried About the Coronavirus. Flossing every day will help keep your teeth strong and healthy until your next dental visit.
We are committed to making your smile as healthy and vibrant as it can be so we do our best to alleviate your fear of going to the dentist. Each of our treatment rooms feature a TV for you to watch while you are being serviced in the chair. We have found that this can help by giving patients something else to focus on other than what the dentist or hygienist is doing. If you prefer, we also have a variety of magazines on hand. If you are sensitive to pain or are anxious about your visit, we offer a variety of sedation choices to make our patients as comfortable as possible and keep them relaxed.
In addition to topical and local anesthetic; oral sedation in conjunction with nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is available for those patients who would like additional sedation. Warm blankets are available upon request.
If there is anything else we can do to make your visit more pleasant, please let us know.
Some common dental fears people have include:
1) Will it hurt to get my teeth cleaned?
2) How long will it take?
3) How much will it cost?
4) How often do I need to go to the dentist?
5) What happens if I get a cavity?
6) What happens if I chip or crack a tooth?
7) Does it hurt to get your teeth whitened?
The answers to these questions are usually based on individual circumstances. Most people do not experience any pain during the regular cleanings and should see a dentist every six months. Please give us a call or stop by and we can answer these questions and any others you may have. Your comfort is important to us.
Progressive Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr Spencer St. Cyr
6351 Oklahoma Rd.
Eldersburg, MD 21784
Phone: 410-795-0101 / Fax 410-795-0165
Providing experienced, compassionate dental care services for the communities of Eldersburg, Sykesville, Marriottsville, Finksburg, Mount Airy, Taylorsville, Glyndon, Reisterstown, Owings Mills, Deer Park, and surrounding areas.
Conveniently located in South Carroll on Oklahoma Rd. at the intersection of Rt 26 Liberty Rd, Oklahoma Rd, and Ridge Rd, with the Eldersburg Commons Shopping Center, McDonald's, and Shell Gas Station.
Our driveway is on Oklahoma Road opposite McDonald's and the Oklahoma Road Middle School
(click here for driving directions).