Office Information

Office Hours and Appointments

We are open for appointments from:


Monday through Thursday  8:30 AM to 4:00 PM


Ready to schedule an appointment?

Simply contact us by phone at (304)768-5616 or use our contact form.



Dental problems don't always happen during normal business hours. 


Should you require emergency dental service and you are a patient of record, please contact our emergency call service at 304-768-5616.  We have a dentist on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Payment Policies

Our office accepts private pay, most major insurances, CHIPS and Childrens Medicaid. Please bring your insurance card to every visit. In addition, we accept all major credit cards and cash. Payment plans may be set up through our finance company. Be sure to ask about all the details during your visit.

Interesting Facts from A to Z

We want the best for your teeth. That's why we have put some information together here to help you the next time you visit our practice. It can also help you understand more about prevention and other dentistry topics.


Preventative care: Every 6 months


You need to take special care of your teeth by having a complete examination and cleaning twice a year.  It is suggested that X-rays be taken once a year to diagnose any underlying conditions. If your teeth are predisposed to problems,it is very important that you make an appointment for preventative care regularly.


Our tip: Make your teeth a priority and maintain your regular dental visits to keep a healthy smile!


Start 'em early!


Proper oral hygiene habits are learned early. Parents should care for and maintain their child's teeth as an infant. As children age, supervised brushing instructions can create beneficial habits that last a lifetime.  Remember, children under 6 should be supervised at all times as swallowing toothpaste can be harmful. Dr Stevens and Dr Jackfert recommends the first dental visit 6 months after the first baby tooth erupts. Establishing regular visits at a young age has proven to be beneficial in many ways. These include, educating parents to care for the child's teeth during different stages of developement and creating a good rapport with our dental team to prevent future dental fears for the child.  This improves the health and stability for future eruption of adult teeth.