Dentist Office Goes Off-Grid to Avoid Power Outages

Dentists describe it as a “nightmare.”

A patient is in the chair, halfway through getting a cavity filled, and then the lights go out.

Drills stop working. There’s no electricity.

“We’ve had it happen several times where we’ve been mid-treatment and the power goes out,” said Nicola Buckley, dentist and co-owner of Bailey Buckley Family Dentistry in Quispamsis. “It’s very stressful for everyone involved, but especially the patients.”

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