COVID-19 Protocol

COVID-19 Information & Protocols for Patients & Visitors

We are excited to be able to reopen & provide quality dental care for you & your families.

Our office will reopen on Monday, June 15th.

Here are some of the changes that you will see at our office:

  • Upon your arrival for your appointment please call us from the parking lot to let us know you are here. At that time you will be asked a COVID-19 related questionnaire & we will unlock our front door for you to enter. By keeping the main door locked this will aid us with physical distancing measures & patient/visitor traffic flow. (If you do not have a phone with you then please come to the front window so we can see that you have arrived).
  • We will be wearing additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This may include gowns & face shields etc. depending on the type of appointment. 
  • We ask all visitors/patients to wear a mask in the common areas or until you are seated in an exam room for treatment. Due to the difficulty in attaining masks because of the nationwide shortage we ask that if you have a mask at home that you please wear it upon your entry to our practice.
  • We are not able to accept walk-ins, as we have in the past. All appointments must be scheduled via phone/email.
  • Appointment times have been staggered to allow for physical distancing.
  • An industrial air purifying system will enhance air quality.
  • Advanced cleaning protocol will take place after each patient.
  • Temperature checks will be performed upon your arrival
  • A glass shield will be installed at the reception desk soon (in the mean time reception employees will be wearing appropriate ppe until the installation date)
  • Hygiene will be providing ultrasonic and polishing services, but with hygienists wearing high level PPE for protection and Surgically clean air, Cascade White, highest level air filtration system in the treatment room. Fallow time between patients will be enforced to allow air decontamination

Thank you for your continued patience & understanding as we resume care.

Connors Family Dentistry