As the coronavirus continues to dramatically impact lives, please know that we stand with you, your family, and our entire community. This is a difficult time for everyone, but we’re all in this together and together we’ll make it through.
Safety is our primary concern – for you, your loved ones, our families, our team, and our community. We genuinely care for those we serve and those we serve alongside. With that in mind, we have decided to be proactive and postpone all non-emergency, non-elective dental treatment. This extraordinary step may seem to some like an overreaction, but as healthcare professionals, we believe we must do what we can to help minimize spread of the virus and “flatten the curve.” We would never want to put our patients or our team in a situation that has the potential to increase their risk factors for serious illness or death. We sincerely hope this decision is an overreaction and that the virus stops spreading and dissipates quickly.
If you have treatment scheduled to relieve pain, treat infection, restore normal oral function, or repair trauma, we will treat you as scheduled. If you’re unsure whether your scheduled treatment fits these categories, please contact us.
Although appointments for non-elective treatments will not occur during the remainder of March, we will still be available to our entire community for dental emergencies. If you have an appointment scheduled for March, we’ll be in touch to reschedule your appointment for sometime in April. Please be patient with us because we have many patients to contact. We realize this decision may be an inconvenience to you or your family, but we will work hard to accommodate your schedule.
Like everyone else, we are in uncharted waters with this situation. Our goal is always to do what’s in the best interest of our patients. If something changes or we have news to share, we’ll be in touch. Please be safe and take all necessary precautions. Remember, we’re all in this together and together we’ll make it through.
For more information on COVID-19, visit cdc.gov