As a precautionary measure and for the safety of our patients, staff, family, and community, we will only be treating patients with dental EMERGENCIES for the time being. All other dental procedures will be rescheduled and resumed as we reassess and continue to monitor as new information becomes available. We thank you in advance during this time and appreciate your understanding.
The health and well-being of our patients is our top priority, now and always. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we are closely following and adhering to precautions advised by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. We want to assure you that we are taking continuous steps to ensure that our office remains a safe place for every patient. It’s important for you to know that dentists are experts in infection control. For instance, we have been trained to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as flu, HIV, hepatitis, and tuberculosis. The precautions we take every day will also help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
We follow precautions developed by the CDC to protect both health care personnel and patients. We sterilize all instruments after each use and clean each dental operatory after each patient visit, using surface disinfectants that kill all known infectious diseases, including coronavirus. Dedicated hand washing and one-time use disposable materials also help maintain a safe environment for our patients. Our staff are regularly trained in these procedures.
Seeing your dentist is a vital investment for your general health. But during this pandemic, in Accordance with Massachusetts Dental Society guidelines, Our office remains closed to routine dental care for our patients. Our doctor are available to triage emergency care as needed. Please call our office if you have a dental emergency and we will try our best to triage it. If you would like to reschedule an upcoming appointment or talk through any concerns, please feel free to contact our office at 5088594263. Remember, the best way to protect yourself and your community is with everyday preventative actions, like washing hands often and disinfecting surfaces regularly. These actions will help minimize and slow the spread of the coronavirus.
For the most up-to-date information and guidance, please visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus