Dear Valued Patients,
We are working tirelessly to get back to a new “normal”, and to re-open our doors so that we may serve your family and your child’s dental needs. We will be opening to urgent and routine services starting the Tuesday after Memorial Day (May 26 th , 2020). Things may look different now-a-days, but we want you to assure you that we are here for you and understand that we need to serve your emergent, urgent and routine dental care.
Please know that along with normal sanitization procedures, we are continuing to regularly disinfect “high-touch surfaces though-out the office and medical building. We are screening every patient before any treatment is done or before anyone is allowed into the building. We have increased our health and safety precautions by installing plexi-glass shields at the front desk areas, ozonators and high-grade filters throughout the office in order to help eliminate aerosol spread.
You may notice us wearing extra PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and we have modified a few simple ways to make treatment that much more safe for your child and for all staff and doctors.
As a courtesy to everyone, our staff and others, we are asking that you help us comply with all of the new changes by
1. Wearing your mask into the building and keep it on at all times, unless it is removed from your child prior to treatment.2. Come to appointments with one adult per child, no extra family members to attend in order to keep social distancing safety.3. If you or your children are feeling ill, please stay home. Call to reschedule your appointment.
We look forward to seeing you, working diligently and productively as a team to
improve and serve our community, and to provide improvements for your families
Please call us to make or reschedule your apt. (805) 922-3530
CDC Dental Recommendation per. Covid-19 Response
Stay at Home if Sick
Implement sick leave policies for DHCP that are flexible, non-punitive, and consistent with public health guidance (e.g., allowing employees to stay home if they have symptoms of respiratory infection). Ask staff to stay home if they are sick and send staff home if they develop symptoms while at work.