Check Out Our Safety Procedures to Help Prevent the Spread of Covid-19


Our Commitment to Safety

Today, nothing is more important than the health and safety of our staff and patients. Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). We will continue to stay up to date and adhere to new rulings or guidance that may be issued.

Here are the steps we have been taking:

Advanced Staff Training

Each member of our team has completed additional awareness and prevention programs to enhance their knowledge and preparedness.

Safety Champion

Each day, one person is responsible to clean and disinfect public areas after every patient, including door handles, chairs, counters, and bathrooms and ensure physical distancing.

Virtual Waiting Room

Now, you can check-in from your car. When you room is ready a receptionist will call or text you to safely enter the office. This minimize contact with others.

Pre-Screening of Every Patient

Once you arrive at the office, we will take your temperature and screen for covid symptoms. Any patient showing signs of fever, cough, sore throat or other respiratory symptoms will be asked to reschedule their appointment.

Hospital-Grade Hand Sanitizing Station

We will ask you to remove all outside gloves and use provided hospital-grade hands sanitizer to prevent cross contamination.

Daily Health Checks of Our Team

Temperature checks and a daily health screening will ensure our team is ready, willing and able to provide safe dental care – every day.

Front Desk Masks

Even our receptionist team will be wearing surgical masks. The only think you can’t see is the big smile underneath.

Anti-Microbial Rinse

Before every procedure we ask our patient to rinse 1.5% hydrogen peroxide solution for 60 sec. Viruses are very sensitive to oxidation.

HEPA Air Filtration

We have added stand along air purifiers with HEPA-grade filters that capture microorganism smaller than 0.3 microns.

Germicidal UVC light

We use them to sterilize our room and equipment. This short-wave ultraviolet light deactivates the DNA of bacteria, virus and other pathogens and thus destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease.

Negative Pressure Rooms

A powerful vent installed in the attic create flow that pushes the room air outside. As a result a negative pressure is created and that pull in new fresh air in the room. As a result the air in the room gets exchanged every 5 min. This provides very high level of virus containment.

Fogging with Disinfectant

Our sterilization procedure and disinfection protocol in dental offices have been always very strict and sufficient to kill pathogens way stronger than corona virus.In efforts to disinfect the aerosol and hard to reach areas we added fogging with Hydrochlorous. It is safe for human and animals and effectively destroys bacteria and viruses.

High evacuation Chairside Suction

Whenever possible, we will activate high speed evacuation to minimize aerosol contamination.

Installed Clear Barriers

Hard plastic guards have been placed at the receptionist area to help block the movement of airborne particles.

N95 & Face Shield

Our clinical team – dentists, hygienists, and assistants – is protected with N95 mask, face shield, googles, hat and a gown.

At-Risk Patient Hours

Let us add peace-of-mind to your next visit. We have our earliest hours dedicated exclusively to patients that are medically concerned.

Expanded Patient Appointments

In an effort to save you time and multiple exposures, we are offering extended appointments. This allows us to do more dentistry in a single visit.

Light Patient Scheduling

Plain and simple, we are not seeing as many patients. We are allocating more time between visits for coming, going and extra disinfection.


Some consultations and follow-up visits can be handled via our secure, patient communication portal. It is a cool, ultra-safe, and efficient extension of our office.