COVID-19 Safety Information Page

Patient and Visitor Safety

All patients and visitors are highly encouraged to wear a facemask or cloth face covering while in the facility, to perform frequent hand hygiene, and to restrict their visit to the patient’s room. If patient is undergoing treatment, their visitor may be asked to wait in the lobby or vehicle to reduce risk of exposure from other individuals in the office.

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Modified Scheduling for Patient Appointments

We will implement a scheduling process to ensure social distancing in our waiting areas. 

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Strict Hand Hygiene

All patients, visitors and staff will be required to follow strict guidelines for hand hygiene.

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Daily Screening Protocol for Patients and Staff

We assess each patient and staff member’s risk for infection with a questionnaire upon entry to our offices. If you, anyone in your family, or anyone you have been in contact with is experiencing fever, respiratory symptoms or shortness of breath, or has tested positive for COVID-19, please notify us before coming to the office.

Mandating New Sterile Office Environment Protocols

All equipment (e.g., handpieces, dental x-ray equipment, dental chair, and light) will continue to be disinfected according to manufacturer’s and CDC’s instructions. As always, all surgical instruments are cleaned and sterilized for each surgery based on manufacturer’s specifications and CDC guidelines.

Cleaning and disinfection procedures using EPA-registered, hospital-grade disinfectant will be performed in clinical areas between each patient and to frequently touched surfaces or objects through the office. Surfaces such as door handles, chairs, desks, and bathrooms will be cleaned and disinfected frequently.

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Personal Protective Equipment

The surgical team will wear N95/KN95 masks along with the CDC recommended personal protective equipment during surgical procedures. The non-surgical staff will wear Level 1, 2, or 3 masks.

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