Updated Monday, March 23rd, 2020
Hello everyone hope you all are staying safe and spending this time with things that you would have always wanted to do.
We have been closely watching and abiding the state and ADA recommendations for everyone’s safety and to contribute our support to the community during this challenging time…
The latest proclamation from our Governor is
“I hereby prohibit all hospitals, ambulatory surgical facilities, dental, orthodontic and endodontic offices in Washington State from providing health care services, procedures, and surgeries that, if delayed, are not anticipated to cause harm to the patient within the next three months, with exceptions and as provided below.”
This will be in effect for the coming few weeks.
On the same note if you have pain, infection, deep decay which could lead to root canal or broken tooth, please reach out to us and we will be providing care for that.
Our front office would be reaching out to reschedule your appointments further out .
Missing the sweet memories we created during the time we spent with all of you and wishing everyone good health and safety during this time!
We appreciate all of you….this shall pass too.
Thursday, March 5th, 2020
With the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the sickness associated with it here are some updates from your office.
If you have an appointment and have Flu like symptoms with fever, cough or any shortness of breath, please call us to reschedule your appointment.
Otherwise come for your appointment and rest assured. We are following all the recommended precautions to keep you and your family safe. We are compulsively wiping all the surfaces in the waiting areas and entire office couple of times a day. We are practicing superb hand hygiene with the best disinfection and sterilization measures. The waiting room has a hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes which we will ask you to use when you come in. Sick employees are not allowed to work. We are wearing our protective wears including masks all the time. Just some examples here to mention.
CDC and ADA guidelines on the topic