Carolina Mountain Dental will be closed the week of 7/23/18-7/26/18 reopening at 8am on Monday July 30th. If you are a patient of record and have a dental emergency please call 828-252-6541.
Hello to our wonderful patients,
We would like to announce a few changes currently taking place with our Hendersonville office. Please take the time to read a letter from Dr. Efird.
For our Hendersonville patients we would also like to share a letter from Dr. Allen.
We hope everyone is having a wonderful summer!
Carolina Mountain Dental
Our office will be closed Wednesday July 4th and Thursday July 5th in observance of Independence Day. We will reopen on Monday July 9th. If you are a patient of record and have a dental emergency please call 828-252-6541. Happy 4th!!
Dr Efird has been hitting the books over the last few months. He recently completed workshops entitled Facially Generated Treatment Planning and Occlusion in Clinical Practice. The training took place at the renowned Spear Education campus in Scottsdale, AZ.
Our practice is seeing an increase of patients seeking solutions for complex dental issues. Many denture wearers are opting for permanent implant replacement. This makes eating with uncomfortable removable teeth a thing of the past. We are also seeing a large number of patients with worn, chipped and broken teeth who desire to return to the attractive, functional and healthy teeth they had in younger years.
These cases can require complex design and treatment. Dr Efird takes pride in staying current on the latest advancements in dentistry in order to provide our patients the best dentistry available.
We have completed some amazing cases this year!
If you have unmet dental needs or would like to discuss any concerns about your teeth, we would love to help you achieve your goals for your dental health.
The Team at Carolina Mountain Dental
After 16 years of a wonderful career and relationship with our practice, Jessica has resigned to accept a job with the State of North Carolina. We will miss her, but her new position sounds like a great opportunity to make a contribution to dentistry on a much broader scale. As I understand it, Jessica will be developing a program for delivering dental hygiene care for patients with complex medical disorders associated with Alzheimer and neurodevelopmental disorders. Jessica will be teaching the staff at skilled care facilities on how to implement the program and provide the care. I’m sure she will do great things in this new career path. We welcome our new hygienist, Amy, who is already settling right into her new position. Amy came to us with the most outstanding references from former dental employers I have ever received and we feel very fortunate to have her join our practice. Everyone on the team is very impressed with her and patients have been very pleased with her care. Amy is warm and friendly with an ever present smile.
Attached is a farewell letter from Jessica. I know Jessica will be missed and that she will miss all of the patients she so skillfully cared for over the years.
As we welcome Amy, we wish Jessica happiness and success with her new position.
Jeff Efird DDS