The safety, health and well-being of our patients has always been our top priority. Our policies and procedures always exceed federally mandated guidelines to protect our patients and staff. As of May 04, 2020 we plan to be open and available for elective procedures.
What to expect upon arriving for your appointment?
- Our appointment reservations will be limited on a daily basis to reduce the number of patients in our office to abide by the social distancing guidelines.
- We ask that our patients wear face mask if available.
- All our patients will be screened before entering our office, this includes taking their temperature. If you have a driver, they will be screened as well.
- Only patients scheduled for treatment will be allowed in the office after screening unless there are extenuating circumstances, such as minors being accompanied by an adult, patients with needed assistance. We ask that all other guest wait in their vehicles. NOT THE RECEPTION AREA.
- We will be monitoring the guidance from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) regarding Infection Prevention and Control
- We will be using personal protection equipment (PPE) as outlined by the CDC and dental associations.
- We will increase our sanitizing practices inside and outside our operatories.
- Wiping down our waiting room, counters, chairs, and door handles hourly.
- We will provide additional sanitizer for our patients.
How can you help?
IF YOU ANSWER YES TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT
- If you have traveled in or outside the United States in the last 14 days
- Contact with anyone who has traveled in or outside the United States and was/is now sick
- Had contact with someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19
- Experiencing any of the following symptoms: Temperature, Active Cough or Trouble Breathing.
We understand that this is a disruption to everyday life but know that we are doing everything we can to continue to make you visit safe and in the most pleasant manner possible. If you notice that we are quiet and not converse as usual, please understand that this is for the protection of our staff and our patients.