Happy Holidays from Badie Dental!

This is truly a special time of year, when people from all walks of life come together to enjoy good food, good company, and good fun. Here at Badie Dental, we’ll be taking the holidays off to spend time with our families and reflect on the past year. Our office will have limited open hours for routine procedures during the holiday period.


Our Holiday Office Hours


            December 23 – Open 8 AM – 12 PM


            December 24 – CLOSED


            December 25 – CLOSED


            December 31 – Open 8 AM – 12 PM


            January 1 – CLOSED


If you have a dental emergency that requires immediate treatment, please call our office at (520) 433-9800 and someone will respond to your call as soon as possible.


On the Blog This Month: Great Reads for Curious Patients

So far this month, we’ve addressed some rather interesting topics on the blog. Looking to learn more about how to keep your mouth healthy? Miss the last few articles? Here’s what we’ve published so far this month:


Be sure to check in again next week for our next article, “The Bad Breath Diet: Food and Drink that Kill Foul-Smelling Bacteria.”

Wishing you and your family a safe and enjoyable holiday,

Dr. Badie, Adriana, Alexandra, Chrissie, Susie, Evauna, Lisa, and Vanessa.

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