Covid-19 Safety/ProtocolsBellevue, WA
SAFETY PROTOCOLS we use in our office.
- N95 Masks, Goggles, Gloves
- Hand Sanitizers
- Surgical Caps
- Face Shields
- UV/Ozone lights that run every night
- Air Doctor Purifiers
- Octodent Aerosol Extractor: Placed 6 – 8 inches from patient’s chin
In an abundance of caution with everything that is happening in our community with the spread of Covid-19 viral infection cases, we are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment to our patients and our dedicated healthcare providers.
In addition to normal state and federal regulations as standard of care, we are taking additional measures to protect our community of patients visiting our office for oral care. Please let us know if you are experiencing:
- Fever > 100F
- Flu like symptoms
- Runny nose
- Sore throat
- Muscle ache
- Have you traveled to listed countries in the past month: China, South Korea, Iran, Italy
Our office additional protocol:
- All reading materials from the waiting room are removed
- All waiting room Chairs, Door Handles and Surfaces are wiped with disinfectant 3 times daily
- We are suspending handshakes as greeting gestures in our office temporarily
- All staff reporting for duty in the morning, including the doctor, are interviewed for symptoms and a temperature taken and recorded.
- An antiseptic rinse called Peridex may be given to you to rinse in your mouth and gargle for about 1 minute prior to your procedure.
- We will also take a temperature reading prior to your treatment in our office.
We are grateful that you have trusted us to provide care to you and your loved ones, and we look forward to seeing you in our clinic.
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