Just like you, we’ve been following the global pandemic, State Directed Health Measures, and official sources encouraging all of us to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.
We understand that patients are concerned. At a time when health and well-being are of utmost importance, patients are wondering, when is it safe to proceed with dental appointments? How long should they postpone much-needed preventative cleaning appointments? Or, is it safer to wait?
Capehart Family Dentistry respects our patients’ concerns and has been implementing new processes and disinfection protocols to ensure our office is safe not only for our patients, but our team members as well.
Your health and safety have always been a priority, but both of our offices are taking additional precautions to ensure patient safety, including patient screening, additional disinfection, and social distancing.
Dentistry and proper oral care is essential to total body health and wellness but during this time, we must prioritize our needs, and decide what is best for ourselves.
If you are in good health, but have a dental issue, or are long overdue for your dental appointment, we recommend making an appointment to see your dentist. You can trust that our team will follow all recommended CDC standards for prevention and provide you the best in patient care.
If you have been putting off a visit since the beginning of the stay-at-home directed health measure, we understand. But as restrictions relax, we want to see you soon so we can help ensure your long-term well-being, not only for your teeth, but your entire body.