Your Health & Safety Are Our Priority
The Dental Associates Safe Visit Pledge assures additional measures to protect you, your family, and our team members.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended postponing routine dental care during COVID-19. Please keep in mind they represent the entire world. Standards in the United States are far higher and we continue to follow the guidance of the American Dental Association (ADA), who states it is safe to receive care with proper PPE and by adhering to strict infection control standards. Dental Associates always makes your safety a top priority.
We’re Taking Extra Steps to Ensure You’re Safe
Masks for Everyone
All our team members are wearing masks, including the front desk.
Everyone – patients and employees – goes through a COVID-19 screening before entering our clinics.
More Social Distancing
To promote social distancing, our check-in process has been modified and our reception areas have been rearranged.
We’ve enhanced cleaning in all areas, including additional disinfectant for high-touch spaces.
What We Ask of You
Please Wear a Mask
Anyone who enters our clinics wears a mask. If you don’t have a mask, we’ll gladly provide one.
Please Arrive Alone
Report to your appointment alone. Exceptions: 1. You need a caretaker. 2. You are the parent of a child.
How You Can Visit Us Safely
Visit our clinic
Schedule a Video Visit
Connect with a Dental Associates dentist via smartphone or computer to assess whether an immediate visit to our clinic is needed. Dental Associates Teledentistry
Confirmed Quality Health Care
Dental Associates has been an accredited health care organization since 2012. Accreditation by Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) means that every three years we undergo a thorough, independent survey of policies and practices held against nationally-recognized standards for quality health care set by AAAHC.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we were well-prepared. However, we’ve made further improvements for your safety by following the recommendations from credible sources such as the CDC, ADA, WDA, and OSHA.
More Helpful Information
Why We Ask Patients to Wear Masks
Read our blog post: Why We Ask Patients to Wear Masks
COVID-19 Patient Information
Read our COVID-19 Patient Information to learn more about safety in our clinics.
Is it Safe to Go to the Dentist During COVID-19?
Learn the truth from one of our safety experts in this blog post.