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How we’re keeping you safe during COVID-19 – April 2020

April 30, 2020
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As we resume seeing patients with non-urgent dental needs in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown, we want to lay out for our patients exactly what we are doing to keep you safe as you return to our clinic for your dental care. Thankfully, our practices follow very strict infection control, personal protective equipment, and sanitization protocols every day as part of our normal course of business. Even with our high standards, we have added increased measures during this time to ensure our clinical environments are safe. We have crafted our plan to ensure that we are exceeding the guidelines laid out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontists, American Academy of Pediatric Dentists, OSHA, the Arkansas Department of Health, the Missouri Department of Health and the Missouri Dental Association. Our Patients
  • Everyone in the clinic is required to wear a mask upon entry. If you have your own mask, please wear it as it will help us save on our limited supply of PPE. If you do not have your own mask, no worries, we’ll provide one for you at no cost.
  • When you arrive, please come to the front door and check-in with our staff. Our staff will check you in and then may ask you to return to wait in your car until we are ready for you to be called back for your appointment.
  • All guests of the patient will be asked to remain in their car until the procedure has been completed.
  • Limiting the number of patients and guests in the clinic at any given time. Adult patients will be asked to enter alone, while children and adults requiring special assistance will be permitted only one caregiver to enter the facility at a time.
  • All patient