COVID 19 Procedures

Patient Masks

All Patients will be required to wear masks in the office. For those who come in without a mask, we will provide one for them. Before we begin treatment we will have each patient rinse with Cloys to reduce oral bacteria.

Sterilize and Disinfect

Surfaces and objects that are frequently touched throughout the day will be sanitized and disinfected more often throughout the day. All of our instruments will be sterilized following updated OSHA guidelines.

Restricted Patient and Visitor Access

Our reception area will be closed temporarily. We ask patients to call or text our office upon arriving and to remain in their cars. We will contact you to come in when we are ready for you.

Health Screening Upon Arrival

All team members and patients will be screened prior to entrance with a no-contact thermometer and shall be excluded if their temperature is above 99.3 degrees Fahrenheit or are exhibiting respiratory symptoms including, coughing or shortness of breath.

Extra Personal Protective Equipment

All of our team members will be equipped with gowns, N95 masks, face shields, and high-quality gloves.

Touchless Paperwork and Payment Options

Fill out forms and consent forms from your personal device to reduce contact with our office devices. You can also pay for your services directly from your own device through our secure portal.

Airborne Microbial Reduction

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