April 27, 2020 Patient Update:
Good news! We are scheduled to reopen on Monday, May 4th. Please be patient, as our team is at limited capacity and navigating this unprecedented situation. As of now, we are still under the COVID-19 mandatory regulations. We are looking forward to seeing you all in our office and getting back to doing what we love: providing excellent dental care.
To our patient family,
Patient and team health and safety has always been taken very seriously at our dental practice. Please know that we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation and plan to operate on a normal schedule once we reopen on May 4th for now, but these hours could change based on how this situation progresses within our community.
In addition to the health and safety measures we employed in our office previously, we are encouraging our employees to stay home if they are not feeling well or have been possibly exposed to someone who is ill. We are asking our patients to do the same and please call to reschedule your appointment if you or a family member have any flu- or cold-like symptoms (i.e. fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, etc.) or have traveled out of the country within the past 30 days.
We will continue to use the CDC- and OSHA-mandated cleaning and disinfection protocols in our treatment areas, including utilizing a bactericidal, viricidal, fungicidal and tuberculocidal disinfectant that will kill the coronavirus. As an extra precaution to keep our patients and team protected, we will have hand sanitizer for you to use when you first come into our office, and we will provide a pre-procedural rinse. We have also removed toys and magazines from our waiting rooms to help prevent cross contamination.
We must also limit family members in our waiting room and in our treatment areas, so please wait in your car when you arrive at our office for your appointment. We ask that all patients provide us with a cell phone number so that we can update you about your appointment by phone while you wait in your car prior to being called into our office.
For future updates, we encourage you to check out our Facebook page and website for the most current information. The health and safety of our patients and our team is of utmost importance. We greatly appreciate your help and understanding with these temporary measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give our office a call.
We look forward to seeing you very soon and hope that you and your family are safe and healthy.
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