Dentist office stays open late to promote oral health in the community



Summer has flown by and for anyone who missed a cleaning or other services before school started, Dr. Nick Governale, has a chair ready for you at Governale Family Dentistry, located at 125 E 5th Street in Natchitoches.

The office will be open for an Extended Hours Clinic Sept. 25-26 from 8 am – 9 pm. Now you can get your teeth taken care of after school or even after dinner. Governale Family Dentistry is making it easier and more convenient for the community by promoting the importance of dental health.

Preventive care is essential for keeping your teeth healthy, which helps to avoid cavities, gum disease, enamel wear, and more. To maintain optimal oral health, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visits to the dentist at regular intervals.

New patients are welcome at Governale Family Dentistry, but appointments are required. Every patient that schedules an appointment from 5-8 pm during the clinic will be entered into a drawing to win a custom set of bleach trays (a $400 value).

As a child getting his teeth cleaned, Governale thought being a dentist was a neat thing to do.

“I enjoy helping people,” he said. “Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you.”

Some indications that you may need to see a dentist include tooth discoloration or pain, bleeding in your gums, or if you have a general concern about the overall health of your teeth.

The clinic is already booked halfway, and will offer a third day (Sept. 27) if there is a larger response from patients. Call 318-352-3830 and reserve your spot now!

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