For the safety of our team and patients, Eastview Family Dentistry follows the Madison CITY School system for weather related delays, closings and early dismissals (NOT cancelation of after school activities) DUE TO THREATENING DRIVING CONDITIONS. We will NOT alter our schedule due to issues with low temperatures only. Please follow local TV and radio announcements in periods of inclement weather and refer back to our website.
We now offer Single Visit Crowns at Eastview Family Dentistry
See more information about our single visit crowns here.
Eastview Family Dentistry Welcomes You
Dr. Christina Congo and Dr. Tiffany Dean practice in their beautiful, convenient, new building which was completed in April 2012. In their state-of-the-art facility, they strive to offer the best dental experience possible to you and your family. Dr. Congo, Dr. Dean and their staff look forward to serving the community and your personal dental needs! Please call today to schedule an appointment!
Welcome to 870 Slaughter Road
Our office is located on the corner of Slaughter Road and Eastview Drive in Madison, Alabama. This all brick facility features ample and convenient parking and a covered entrance way into the reception area. Checking in for your appointment will be performed in a digital format to confirm all personal information is accurate while providing the highest level of confidentiality and privacy. Once in the treatment room you will be able to relax in our comfortable new top of the line chairs. The experienced staff will use the latest in digital patient records, digital x-rays, hospital grade sterilization and infection control to provide you with the safest and most comfortable experience possible. A storm shelter has also been built into the interior of the office to provide safety for our patients and staff.
Temporary Remedies for Dental Issues
Sensitivity/pain after dental work: It is normal to have some discomfort after dental treatment. Some symptoms, such as cold sensitivity, could last as long as a year. A desensitizing toothpaste, such as Sensodyne, can be used to help with the sensitivity. Good oral hygiene (especially frequent brushing and flossing) must also be practiced in order for the restoration to heal. If the symptoms are improving even if gradually, then be patient with the healing process. If the symptoms are not improving or getting worse, then please call our office to schedule an appointment. Sometimes only a root canal will stop the sensitivity. Restorations that are altering the bite (i.e. the filling or crown feels too tall) will need to be addressed by the dentist to prevent delayed healing.
Pain in a tooth: First try an over the counter pain reliever such as ibuprofen or Aleve. Consult your physician to approve use of these medications prior to taking them. If over the counter medications are not sufficient, then see your physician or emergency room for a prescription pain reliever.
Swelling: The actual source of swelling can sometimes be difficult to determine, and the severity of the swelling can also vary. ANY SWELLING THAT PREVENTS SWALLOWING OR BREATHING SHOULD BE EVALUATED BY THE EMERGENCY ROOM IMMEDIATELY! Swelling limited to the edge of the gums beside a tooth may be caused by debris. Try to brush and floss the area well to remove the foreign particle.
Broken teeth that are sensitive or sharp and lost fillings/crowns: Most pharmacies carry temporary filling materials. Visit the dental health care section for these products. Orthodontic wax can also be used to cover rough areas on teeth. Temporary filling material may need replacement after meals.
Crowns or bridges that have come off: Most pharmacies carry temporary dental cement. Visit the dental health care section for this material. Denture adhesive can also be used to temporarily affix a crown or bridge if it is safe to do so. If the crown or bridge does not feel secure with these products, do not recement yourself to prevent the risk of swallowing or fracturing the crown or bridge. The crown or bridge will need to be recemented using a longer lasting cement by Dr. Congo or Dr. Dean when the office re-opens.
Pain in the jaw joint: If pain is being caused due to clenching or grinding of the teeth, then an over the counter bite guard can be used as a temporary measure. These are available in most pharmacies in the dental health care section.
We are proud to sponsor the following community organizations and events:
Bob Jones High School Basketball
Bob Jones High School Football
Bob Jones High School Softball
Bob Jones High School Volleyball
Bob Jones High School Yearbook
Bob Jones Patriot Football
Bringing Up Down Syndrome
Columbia Elementray School Drama Club
Columbia High School Spanish Club
Discovery Middle School Band
Discovery Middle School Baseball
Discovery Middle School Basketball
Discovery Middle School Competition Cheerleaders
Discovery Middle School Football
Discovery Middle School Softball
East Limestone High School Band
East Limestone High School Baseball
East Limestone High School Softball
East Limestone High School Yearbook
Friends of Recreational Ice Activities (Huntsville Skating School Program)
James Clemens High School Baseball
James Clemens High School Basketball
James Clemens High School Biomedical Academy
James Clemens High School Dance Team
James Clemens High School Football and Cheerleaders
James Clemens High School Soccer
James Clemens High School Softball
James Clemens High School Volleyball
Liberty Middle School Basketball
Liberty Middle School Competition Cheerleaders
Liberty Middle School Soccer
Lindsay Lane Christian Academy
Lyrique Music Productions
Madison Academy Baseball
Madison Academy Football
Madison City Christmas Parade
Madison City Street Festival
Madison County School National Honor Society
Madison Mad Dawgs Baseball
March of Dimes
Mill Creek Elementary Archery Team
Monrovia Middle School Cheerleaders
10U North Alabama Athletics Baseball Team
Onyx All Stars
Primrose School of Madison
R. Fathers M.A.D.
St. John Paul II Catholic High School Cross Country
Valley Fellowship Christian Academy
Discrimination is against the law
Eastview Family Dentistry, P.C. complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
Eastview Family Dentistry, P.C. does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
Eastview Family Dentistry, P.C.
• Provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us, such as:
○Qualified sign language interpreters
○Written information in other formats (large print, audio, accessible electronic formats)
• Provides free language services to people whose primary language is not English, such as:
○Information written in other languages (See Language Assistance Services)
If you need these services, contact Dr. Tiffany Dean.
If you believe that Eastview Family Dentistry, P.C. has failed to provide these services or discriminated in another way on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex, you can file a grievance with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, electronically through the Office for Civil Rights Complaint Portal, available at https://ocrportal.hhs.gov/ocr/portal/lobby.jsf, or by mail or
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Avenue, SW
Room 509F, HHH Building
Washington, D.C. 20201
1-800-368-1019, 800-537-7697 (TDD)
Complaint forms are available at