To help reduce risk of exposure we will be limiting most of our care to exams and other less complicated procedures. For clinic hours, please visit your clinic page here.
For the safety of our patients and staff, we’ve also created new workflows to help you feel safe when visiting our clinics:
Before Your Appointment
When making your appointment, you will be asked questions about your current health. We also ask that you limit the number of people you bring with you to your appointment, and that you bring a face mask to wear while waiting.
At Your Appointment
When you arrive, we will check your temperature and ask questions about your health again, to make sure nothing has changed. We have hand sanitizers for you to use if you need it.
We’ve added additional precautions such as masks, face shields, gowns and goggles to help protect both you and your dental care team.
After Your Appointment
Please call to let us know if you test positive for COVID during the two weeks (14 days) after your appointment.
Remember, regular dental visits are an essential part of your oral hygiene routine – and are important for your overall heath. Be sure to schedule your dental checkups and call us at (425) 789-3789 if you have any questions. We will do our best to make sure your visit is as safe as possible for everyone involved.
Whether you are a current or new patient, our clinics are dedicated to serving our community with accessible dental care. We will evaluate, diagnose and plan treatment for one dental problem (one tooth) for emergency walk-in patients. Treatment may not happen the same day, depending on time. Another appointment is usually needed for definitive treatment such as extractions.
Emergency dental care covers:
Oral swelling relief
Temporary repair of lost filling or cracked tooth
For all other medical and dental emergencies, call 911.