We are going above and beyond the ADA recommendations


We want you to know that we are taking extra precautions to keep our team and patients as safe as possible during these times. The Governor has allowed us to see elective/non-emergent patients as long as we follow the ever-changing ADA guidelines.  


For the safety of our patients and team, rest assured knowing that we have taken extra precautions well above what the ADA has recommended and will continue to keep abreast of the new recommendations as they arise. Below are some of the changes we've made to the office so you feel confident coming to your dental visit. 


New Protocols Around the Office

Changes for our patients

  • All patients and guest (parent, guardian etc.) are required by the ADA to wear a mask in the office until you are in the operatory and one of our team members lets you know it is okay to remove your mask.
  • Patient pre-screening form must be filled out prior to your appointment
  • Patient screening will be done upon arrival (temperature, questionnaire, etc.) 
  • If you are accompanying a patient to their appointment, you will be required to go through the same screening precautions. 
  • Patients are asked to stay in their vehicle and text or call the office when you arrive.  
  • One of our team members will come outside to greet you and bring you into the office.
  • Bring as little as possible in the office, no food or drinks are allowed at this time
  • We ask that patients limit visitors coming with them for their appointment. 


Patient safety protocol implemented around the office

  • New patient flow to maximize proper social distancing
  • Plexiglas sneeze barriers in non-clinical areas where patients interact with team members
  • Extra-oral high-speed suction machine for each operatory to use when doing aerosol procedures
  • Employees are screened daily for temperature and symptoms including contact tracing daily
  • HEPA vacuum to be used in cleaning carpets
  • Hourly checklist of commonly touched areas to be disinfected (doorknobs, switches, counter tops, etc)
  • Multiple air purifying HEPA filters running constantly
  • Germicidal UV lights in each HVAC system


Added Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) 

  • N95 masks available for all team members
  • Surgical mask over N95
  • Face shield
  • Hair net
  • Fluid resistance gown
  • 80% ethyl alcohol hand sanitizer
  • Eye protection
  • Footwear for internal use only
  • Germicidal UV-C Lightbox to sterilize items
  • Non-ozone producing UV-C lights for office use