We are open for all dental care.
We appreciate your patience throughout the coronavirus crisis as we’ve had to adjust the care we were able to provide. With restrictions now lifted, we have resumed all dental care services and can get back to caring for you and your smile!
It’s understandable to wonder whether it’s safe to go to the dentist during the coronavirus crisis. Rest assured that we are doing everything we can to ensure your visit is safe. While we had to temporarily close some practices during the pandemic, we continued to operate at others in order to provide emergency dental care to those in need. Our teams are well-equipped and experienced in keeping our practices safe.
How We’re Keeping You Safe
We have always followed standard protocols issued by the state dental board and American Dental Association to help protect our patients and team members from communicable diseases like the coronavirus.
In this video, Dr. Simpson shares some standard safety protocols along with the extra precautions we’re taking during the pandemic.
We’re taking extra measures to ensure your health and safety:
While we are doing everything we can to ensure your safety, we also ask for your cooperation in keeping our practices safe. If you have a fever or are experiencing any symptoms of a communicable disease or have had contact with someone who has, please reschedule your appointment.
If you are visiting a practice in Kentucky, please also note that state guidelines now require anyone in a healthcare setting to wear a mask or face covering. If you have an upcoming appointment, please bring your own mask. This can be a scarf, bandanna or other covering. Unfortunately, we will not be able to see you without this facial covering.
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