Welcome to Cumberland Pointe Dental!

Our team at Cumberland Pointe Dental is always excited to meet new patients and we would love to have you as part of our dental family.  Please browse our website to learn more about our team, our office, our location and the procedures and services that we offer.

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As the world deals with the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, our thoughts go out to those suffering and those working on the frontlines.  For more information about dental treatment during this time, we would like to share an excerpt from an article posted by the Indiana Dental Association which communicates how dentistry is handling the "new normal."

"While it's natural to wonder if you and your family are safe visiting the dentist, be assured that Indiana's dentists have always maintained the highest level of infection control for you as a patient...For more than 30 years, dental professionals have been on the front line of using Universal Precautions to protect both themselves and their patients from any number of viruses and communicable diseases.  Our long-established standards, including masks, gloves, face shields, eye protection, and protective clothing, are designed to protect both patients and dental professionals.  Our sterilizers and autoclave are checked weekly to maintain proper operation and to ensure that no traces of infection remain on instruments.  Dental office team members clean and sanitize operatories and any surfaces between patients, because your safety is a top priority in oral care...Of course, common sense precautions are also important.  If you've been sick or running a fever recently, or if anyone in your household has been exposed to COVID-19 or other communicable disease, you should stay home until the risk of infection is over.  Wash your hands before visiting the dentist and after your appointment.  Otherwise, please do not neglect the health of your mouth.  Extensive research shows that good oral health is strongly related to overall physical health and wellness."

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  • Dr. Jaclyn Ridder

    Dr. Ridder is a Hoosier native who grew up in Carmel, Indiana and currently lives in Noblesville. She is the lucky mom of three children – 6-year old twins, Riley and Avery, and a 2-year old boy, Braden with her husband, Bobby.


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