Archive for May 2020

Governor Walz has lifted the prohibition on elective dental care, and after two long months of seeing our patients on a limited basis for emergency care only, we are excited to now be back to seeing patients for their elective care, albeit under a "new normal". 

We started seeing patients this week, using more personal protective equipment as well as adjusting our treatment modalities to generate less aerosol when possible.  New procedures for checking in include calling from your car to let us know when you have arrived.  We then give you the O.K. to come inside our office after we have made sure that the office has been disinfected.  Patiet appointment times have been lengthened to allow for longer time for room disinfection and only limited seating is allowed in our waiting room.

We ask that only one parent accompany the child for their visit, and when possible that siblings do not accompany the patient.  Please wear a mask and bring your own pen to minimize exposure and maximize patient and parent safety. You and your child will also have you temperature taken as you arrive.

We thank you for your cooperation in making your child's dental experience as safe and comfortable as possible.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Dr. Glenn

Governor Walz has lifted the prohibition on elective dental care, and after two long months of seeing our patients on a limited basis for emergency care only, we are excited to now be back to seeing patients for their elective care, albeit under a "new normal". 

We started seeing patients this week, using more personal protective equipment as well as adjusting our treatment modalities to generate less aerosol when possible.  New procedures for checking in include calling from your car to let us know when you have arrived.  We then give you the O.K. to come inside our office after we have made sure that the office has been disinfected.  Patiet appointment times have been lengthened to allow for longer time for room disinfection and only limited seating is allowed in our waiting room.

We ask that only one parent accompany the child for their visit, and when possible that siblings do not accompany the patient.  Please wear a mask and bring your own pen to minimize exposure and maximize patient and parent safety. You and your child will also have you temperature taken as you arrive.

We thank you for your cooperation in making your child's dental experience as safe and comfortable as possible.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Dr. Glenn

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