Spring is here and the sunshine makes us all smile a little more. Give us a call to make that smile clean and bright. Having your teeth cleaned regularly helps reduce inflammation and redness in your gums, it eliminates tartar build up and it allows us to remove surface stain. We also offer both In-Office Zoom Whitening and Take-Home Zoom Whitening to give you the most amazing smile.

April 2nd is World Autism Day and we invite you to wear your blue, your puzzle pieces and anything that represents your support for Autism Awareness. We all come together to create a world where all people with autism can reach their full potential by increasing understanding and acceptance.

The office will be Closed on April 15th for Good Friday and on April 18th for Easter Monday! Enjoy the holiday with your friends and family! And…. Don’t forget to brush and floss after enjoying those Easter treats.

Many patients are aware that Dr. Archer is an avid runner and has completed multiple full and half marathons. She also volunteers on the race committee of a local race to benefit Hospice. Many may not be aware Dr. Archer is passionate about supporting women and girls in pursuing their goals and participates in a local women’s running club. She has spoken at schools and Girl Scout groups about her experience as a female dentist.
Dr. Archer is turning 50 this year and she wanted to do something special to mark this milestone. She applied and was accepted as a charity runner for this year’s Boston Marathon, that’s 26.2 miles! She has been training in the cold of Winter! The charity she is raising money for is ‘261 Fearless’, a global non-profit organization that empowers women to run ‘through the creation of non-competitive running clubs, education programs, communication platforms and social running events’.
Kathrine Switzer founded the organization. She was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1967, wearing bib number ‘261’, breaking barriers for women everywhere.
The Boston Marathon officially opened to all women in 1972. This years race marks the 50 years since the first women ran the race. For 2022, the race falls on Monday April 18, which is also the day of Dr. Archer’s 50th birthday!
People can donate to Dr. Archer’s cause by going to:


Thank you for your support!