We have received so many phone calls from our patients asking when they can begin fixing their teeth, and when can they get their teeth cleaned. Well, it’s finally here! In accordance with state and federal guidelines our practice is open and we have been seeing our current patients as well as welcoming new patients. Things may look a little different and that’s ok because your care and safety is our main concern.
Sterilization and Safety:
Our facility has always practiced the highest levels of sterilization. We are continuing these practices and have added more sterilization measures to ensure our patient’s safety and well being. Our team is equipped with N95 masks, face shields, gowns, and is using state of the art PPE (Personal Protection Equipment). We are following all CDC guidelines because we are committed to the safety of all our patients and staff.
By being proactive, you can decrease your risk for tooth decay and gum disease, which can weaken your immune system so please keep up with your oral hygiene by taking care of your teeth and gums with a thorough, at-home oral care routine that includes regular brushing, flossing and healthy eating! We are excited to see you again and are committed to the care you need and deserve in our safe, sterile, environment. It WILL be done right.
Dr. Robin Rutherford & Team