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Wilmington Dental Arts


We are excited to get back to our office and provide the quality dental care that you all deserve.
While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety. Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice. Our infection control processes are made so that when you receive care, it’s both safe and comfortable. Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the ADA, CDC, ODA, and OSHA.

Changes you will see at your next dental appointment:

• We will communicate with you beforehand to ask screening questions. You’ll be asked those same questions again the day of your appointment.
To ensure the safety of our immunocompromised patients, we will be contacting some of you to reschedule appointments.

• We ask that each patient brush and floss their teeth before arriving at the office.

• We ask that you stay in your car when you arrive and call our office. When we have an open room ready, we will call you. Upon entry we will provide you with hand sanitizer and take your temperature. Please wear a face covering when entering the office.

• We do ask that you come to your appointment alone. Children under age 18 will be allowed one parent or guardian to escort them into the office. As always, interpreters and other certified assistance will be allowed.

• All patients will now enter at the ramp and a team member will escort you to a treatment room. To decrease your interaction with other patients, our waiting room will be closed. Those being dropped off for an appointment, will need to call ahead so that we can make accommodations.

Appointments will be managed to allow for social distancing between patients. That might mean you’re offered fewer options for scheduling your appointment. We look forward to seeing you in the near future.
If you have any questions please call our office at 937-382-2042, visit our website WilmingtonDentalArts.com or Facebook page for further updates.

Wilmington Dental Arts

Year End

As we approach the end of 2019, it is important to consider any remaining insurance benefits you may have.  Maybe you have been waiting to crown a tooth or you are in need of a new night guard.  Even if you just have a few fillings to take care of, now is the time.  Using up this year’s benefit helps in several ways: you may have already met this year’s deductible, you may end up needing all of your benefits next year toward a dental emergency, maybe you are retiring next year and will no longer have dental coverage.  Whatever the reason, we encourage you to see us now and start 2020 with a healthy mouth. 

Call us now at 937-382-2042


Come out to Denver park Saturday at 9:50 to watch Dr Brooke throw the opening pitch.  We would like to take this time to remind everyone of the importance of wearing a mouth guard while playing sports.  Even though baseball is a low collision sport, a stray ball can cause severe damage to teeth.  A well fitting mouth guard can help protect the player’s smile.  If you would like a custom made mouth guard call Wilmington Dental Arts at 937-382-2042

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Family care.

Daphne checking Dr. Levi’s ( her papa’s ) teeth for cavities.


City of Wilmington recognized in ADA News


Bicycle Rodeo

Thanks to all the supporters and family members who came out to the Kiwanis bike rodeo this past weekend.  It was a wonderful opportunity for families to practice bicycle safety and pick up a helmet to protect those that matter most.



Community Water Fluoridation


Attention dental applicants.

As our long time secretary and her husband retire to Tennessee, our office will be seeking to replace her. The ideal applicant would have experience answering calls and scheduling patients. Our office uses Patterson Eaglesoft practice management software. Knowledge of this system would be ideal along with knowledge of entering insurance payments and collections. If interested send resume to [email protected]

Great continuing education with UBC!

20160219_170346We have had the pleasure of spending several days expanding our knowledge of restorative materials with the intelligent staff of the University of British Columbia. It has been a wonderful experience.