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Monday: 9:00 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 7:00 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday: By appointment only

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What Happens if My Whole Smile Needs Work?

September 4, 2018

X-rays of teeth with numerous repairsOne cavity or a chipped tooth may require a filling or a dental crown to recreate your flawless smile, but what happens if almost every tooth needs help? For those patients who are struggling with extensive tooth decay, tooth loss, or other dental injuries, there may not be one, quick solution. Instead, a dentist may need to provide a cosmetic smile makeover or restorative full mouth reconstruction. Keep reading to learn more about when you may need full mouth reconstruction and what treatments may be included.

Smiles by Mace is Your Trusted Washington Dentist

September 16, 2015

Smiling man who received excellent care from your Washington dentistAnyone who’s ever done it knows searching for a good dentist can be a chore — with so many options, it’s hard to choose. Often, we end up going from dentist to dentist in search of the perfect one, never really finding consistent care. That’s a big mistake, as consistency is key in excellent dental health. This fall, give up the search and come to Dr. James Mace, your Washington dentist, for the wonderful, compassionate care you want — and need.

Sleep Apnea Therapy in Washington, MO

May 27, 2015

474189791After a good night of sleep, you’re ready to face the day—get things done, be productive, exercise, take care of your family. Unless, of course, you didn’t sleep well. In that case, you don’t get things done, you’re not productive, you don’t have enough energy to exercise and your family, well, they just wonder, “What’s bothering Dad?” Actually, the problem may be more than a bother. It may be a life-threatening condition called sleep apnea. And men have this condition more often than women—just ask the women whose husbands snore. If you suspect that you or your bed partner might have sleep apnea, then call the office of Dr. James G. Mace in Washington, MO. (more…)