As always, we are using universal infection control procedures, but you will notice a few additions which will enable us to keep you and our staff safe. When you arrive your temperature will be taken, we will also do an oxygen saturation check with a finger pulse oximeter, as well as check a list of questions to check your health. We want to avoid anyone with symptoms in the office, so if there are any suspicious symptoms, we will reschedule you. Our staff does these checks on arrival each day as well to insure their health. Be sure to use good etiquette if you have to cough or sneeze. Wash your hands.
You are welcome to wear a mask into the office if you wish. Unfortunately you will not be able to bring companions with you to your dental appointment unless someone is needed to assist a child or elderly patient. Any companions other that those exceptions above will have to wait in their automobiles. If you have any other considerations, you will need the doctor’s approval to bring a companion.
When you arrive, you may call and let us know you are here and you can wait in your vehicle until we are ready to see you.
If you choose, you can wait in our reception room. It is large enough for proper social distancing, and we will not schedule so as to have too many people in the office at one time.