To our Patients,
Many of us are deeply concerned about the coronavirus and stopping the spread of this disease.
We have been asked if it’s safe to come in for dental work?
We treat all infectious diseases, both viral and bacterial very serious.
How do we do this you ask?
Let’s begin with the reception area. You will find hand sanitizers for those entering & exiting.
Our team is routinely wiping down the countertops, furniture, door handles, light switches throughout the day. We also recognize that waiting times are a concern and will be minimized as much as possible. Going back to the treatment areas, each room is cleaned with anti-viral / anti-bacterial sprays and wipes for each patient.
Our suction tips are disposed of after each patient and all instruments are run through a sterilization process for each patient. Our sterilization units are tested multiple times per day validating our process. Our team also wear masks & gloves through each procedure along with washing hands continually. We take this new virus very serious, just as we do for Hepatitis, HIV, Influenza, H1N1, or any other disease.
At this time the CDC is recommending that all non-emergency dental procedures be postponed. However, we are still treating the following dental emergencies, broken teeth, dental abscesses, large cavities that are causing pain and broken crowns. If you are experiencing dental pain please call our office.
Dr Del & Dr Lamont