Thank you for visiting our COVID-19 information page. Over the last couple months, we have been working tirelessly on implementing new protocols and scheduling to allow for the best treatment and care for our patients. We have studied numerous back to work documents put out by the ADA, MDA, OSHA and CDC and can confidently say we are going to be able to fulfill (and go above and beyond) all your dental needs while being protected and healthy!
Now that we are able to reopen, we are excited to get back to work and see our smiling patient’s faces once again!
We will be re-opening in phases to allow for the best implementation of our new systems. Our doctors will be back in office June 1st and our hygienists will return June 8th.
If you were scheduled during the COVID-19 shutdown and have not heard from our office about rescheduling, we are asking that you are patient with our staff. Unfortunately we had to miss many appointments. We are working our hardest to find new appointment times for each patient. We appreciate your understanding!
Click on an image below to see what we are doing in response to COVID-19.
Stay in your vehicle. Text us at 810-664-4542 when you arrive. We will let you know when you head into the office.
Refrain from bringing any extra bodies with you into the office. Anyone over the age of 18 is not permitted to have an additional visitor unless medically necessary.
Before you enter into our office, you will be screened for fever, answer a COVID-19 questionnaire, and asked to hand sanitize.
Although not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you wear a face covering of some sort while in our office and no receiving treatment.
Our staff has always been trained on performing a thorough disinfection after each patient. We will be stepping up our game to ensure the cleanest environment for you.
We will be offering in office payment via credit card or check. Our credit card portal offers a no touch tap system. Should you chose to wait to pay, you can do so once you receive a bill in the mail.
Our entire staff will be screened each day to ensure no one is running a fever. If a staff member does have a fever, they are unable to return to work until it is clear for 3 days.
The clinical team will be equipped with all the PPE needed to not only keep you safe, but themselves as well. This will include use of all normal PPE along with knee length coats and face shields.
All persons in the building are asked to maintain at least 6 feet between themselves and others. Our office has even staggered our schedule to include different lunch breaks and arrival times for patients and staff.
Our front office team will also be protected additionally during this time. A sneeze guard has been installed as a barrier. Our front office team may also be wearing masks to ensure everyone’s safety.