Office Hours and Appointments
We are open for appointments at the following times:
Note: We are fully staffed with a dentist on site at either one or both of our offices Monday- Friday. Saturday hours are only offered the first three Saturdays of each month, and are subject to change depending on holiday weekends, etc. Please call to confirm availability.
Ready to schedule an appointment?
Simply contact us by phone or use our contact form.
St. Peters: 636 441-1020
Florissant: 314 921-4333
If during normal business hours, please contact our office to schedule an appointment or simply come right in!
If outside of normal business hours, and you are experiencing pain, swelling, or severe discomfort please call (314) 440-8088 for assistance.
Scanlon Family Dental is a Delta Dental Premier Provider, and we do accept all major insurance policies and COBRA. Please bring your insurance card during your visit. In addition, we accept all major credit cards and cash.
We also participate with Care Credit financing and would be happy to set up a payment plan for your recommended treatment.
Be sure to ask about all the details during your visit.
Preventative care: At least every 6 months
It is so important to do your part at home. We advise brushing twice daily for at least 2 minutes each time and flossing at least once daily. So many dental problems can be prevented with good oral hygiene practices. Keep in mind that even patients with good home care can develop dental decay or gum disease, and we recommend all patients to be seen at least every 6 months for a cleaning and routine exam.
We recommend scheduling your next appointment after each visit.
Kids Love to Smile!
Children love to be just like mom and dad. Help create good oral health care habits for the little ones in your life! Baby teeth should be cleaned twice a day, like adult teeth. When toddlers are able to brush on their own, monitor their habits. Remember, children under 6 should be supervised at all times as swallowing toothpaste can be harmful.
Scanlon Family Dental recommends a first dental visit for a cleaning around the age of three. We do encourage parents and grandparents to bring infants and toddlers to their own dental visits as a way to introduce the children to the office and atmosphere. Establishing regular visits at a young age will improve the health and stability of adult teeth.