Birmingham Eastern Family Dental News

News From Our Birmingham, Alabama Cosmetic Dental Practice

At Birmingham Eastern Family Dental, we believe in creating a relationship with our patients that goes beyond the office doors. We've specially created this section of our site to share with you important news from our Birmingham family dental practice. If you should ever have questions or suggestions, do not hesitate to call us at (205) 836-4044 or e-mail us at

Dr. Wilson Wright, Jr.
Your Birmingham Cosmetic Dentist

New Financing Option


Introducing Scratchpay. Scratchpay is yet another financing option available to our patients that has a lower credit score required for approval. Click on the link above to begin your application process so you can start your dental treatment.

A message to our patients During these unprecedented times, we would like for all of our current and future patients to know that your safety is and always has been our top priority. Currently, our office is open to you for all of your dental needs and we would like for you to rest assured that... read more

If any of the following apply to you, please reschedule your appointment:


*Temprerature over 100 Fahrenheit within the past 14 days

*Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing (without being diagnosed as asthmatic)

*Flu-like symptoms that have not been recently diagnosed

*Contact with any confirmed COVID-19 positive individuals


Once you have arrived, please announce yourself, any changes in your information and allow one of our staff to take your temperature.


A face covering is required to be worn while not receiving dental treatment.


If you can not abide by these guidelines, please reschedule for another appointment.




Welcome. Dr. Clyde

A Birmingham Black History Moment

One of our distinguished patients, *Mr. J. Mason Davis*, continues to make news. This excerpt is from The Birmingham Times, February 6-12, 2020 edition.

Opioid mis-use

DIdn't receive a narcotic prescription after your dental procedure? It may be due to overuse in the general population... Dentists have been urged by the ADA to help prevent opioid abuse since 40% of the 47,000 people who have died from drug overdoses involved opioid analgesics. Visit for more information.