Our newest location at 1108 NW 16th Street, just west of Classen Blvd., in the former Union Mutual Insurance building is now open. At this location, Reflections Dental Care is rolling out the state’s most modern, state-of-the-art environmental sanitization technology by Dentsply Sirona, a global leader in healthcare technology.

The new location is designed by architects Hornbeek Blatt Architects http://www.hornbeekblatt.com/ and Vanessa Wolverton Design https://www.vanessawolvertondesign.com/, and features kids play area in the waiting room including a Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga Class of 1981 Arcade Gaming Cabinet, ample parking, storm shelter safe room, handicap access, modern design combined with mid-century modern styles, and a graffiti mural commissioned by a local artist Cread Bayliss. This is Reflections Dental Care’s second location, built to serve downtown employees as well as the growing population of residents from neighboring areas.

“We’ve been working on the build-out for this location for 11 months, long before COVID-19 was on the radar. As we reopen the state with great care, our new sterilization technology couldn’t be more perfectly timed” said Dr. Lance Schmidt, founder of Reflections Dental Care. “We chose to invest here and serve the central part of the city, and that means all of its residents. So we are already planning to roll out our local community initiative at our grand opening celebration later this year.”

While Oklahoma does have other Dentsply Treatment Centers in the state, Reflections is the first to invest in the Sterilization Center and Treatment Centers that work together, making Reflections comparable to European sterilization standards, which are more stringent than typical American standards. Reflections sanitization and high-tech features also include MERV 15 HEPA filters with Premier One https://www.premieroneproducts.com/pm1.html high-intensity UVC light technology in all of the HVAC systems to clean the air to “hospital grade” levels of clean, 3D X-rays that can spot health issues that 2D X-rays cannot, and chairs that electronically record and notify offices when it’s time for disinfection and maintenance.

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