Elite Dental Care COVID-19 Safety Procedures

Given the nature of our practice, our office has always been meticulously cleaned. We have always and will continue to employ rigorous sanitization practices to ensure that our patients are safe and comfortable during their visits. We continue to follow and update our safety precautions according to state and federal guidelines.

Your Safety Comes First

Along with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have introduced even stricter cleaning and sanitization procedures to prevent infections. We are doing everything we can to balance the need to provide necessary dental services while minimizing the risk to our patients and dental office staff. Here are just a few of the things our team is doing to keep everyone safe during visits:

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Masks are worn by every staff member at all times
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Visitors are required to wear masks at all times – unless treatment permits the removal of the mask
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Frequent disinfection of common areas and treatment rooms
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Availability of disinfectant gel for visitors and office personnel
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Limited office capacity in order to reduce traffic and encourage adherence to social distancing
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Request that the patient limit the number of visitors accompanying him or her to the dental appointment to only those people who are necessary
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Additional time in-between patients
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Increased ventilation within each treatment room
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Proactively communicating to both personnel and patients the need for them to stay at home if sick
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Encouraging personnel to stay home if they are feeling sick and provide flexibility in regards to sick leave
If you have any additional questions related to our COVID-19 safety protocol please call our office and we will be happy to answer your questions.

COVID-19 Safety FAQ

What types of dental procedures are considered an emergency during the COVID-19 pandemic?

In the case that COVID-19 restrictions only allow for emergency dental services to be performed, we will be able to see patients based on the level of pain or discomfort they are experiencing. If there are limitations in place, please call our dental office to confirm you can be treated.

Should I go to the dentist during the COVID-19 pandemic?

You come into contact with germs any time you leave your home. It is important to take all necessary precautions when it comes to prevention of infection. Our office is taking this pandemic extremely seriously and the safety of our patients and staff is our number one concern. If you have any concerns about visiting our office, please call our front office to learn about our increased sanitization practices.

Do dentists and dental office staff wear masks?

Everyone in our office including visitors are required to wear masks at all times.

What should I do if I feel sick before my dentist appointment?

If you are feeling sick before your appointment, stay home. Call us at the first site of symptoms to cancel your appointment. We encourage patients as well as staff to stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms even if they appear to be harmless or not listed under the CDC’s common COVID-19 symptoms.

Our team is here to make sure you enjoy going to the dentist. From check-in to check-out to follow up and aftercare, your comfort and care come first!

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