As trained medical professionals, our dedication to maintaining a safe environment through rigorous infection control procedures is at our core. We know that moving forward our commitment to your safety will be even more important. While continuing to meet traditional CDC and OSHA requirements, we are adopting some new, additional protocols. For example, we might wear additional PPE, request you wear a mask to your appointment, or take your temperature upon arrival. We may also ask you to wash your hands, request you wait in a treatment room or your vehicle instead of the waiting room, or request that you call in payment after your appointment. Karen A. Nagle, DMD - Inactive is your go-to practice for comfortable, caring dental treatment. For questions about what we can do for you or to schedule an appointment, call our office at (941) 365-4500.
Dentists are doctors who provides diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases included cavities, gum problems, root canal etc. Their office is usually able to provide services like dental cleaning, diagnostic X rays.
Karen A. Nagle, DMD - Inactive generally accepts new patients.
Karen A. Nagle, DMD - Inactive has not indicated on the profile that their office offers tele-health visits. You can call their office to find out more about telehealth visits.
Karen A. Nagle, DMD - Inactive has not indicated on the profile that their office offers same day appointments. You can call their office to find out more about same day appointments.
You can request appointment via HealthSoul or contact their office.
The top specialties of Karen A. Nagle, DMD - Inactive include Dentistry
You can make payment via cash, credit card or debit card.
The office is located at 1865 Hilllview Street in Sarasota, FL.
Karen A. Nagle, DMD - Inactive accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your health insurance whether the particular doctor is in network or not.
Dental care, Oral Health, Bad breath, Brushing, Fluoride in water, Impacted Teeth, Dental Caries, Cavities, Temporomandibular joint disease, Oral cancer, Gum Bleeding, toothache, Gingivitis, Periodontal disease, Dental Floss
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