Let’s stay safe and healthy together!
Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus and a particularly harsh flu season across the globe, as a business that values the health and safety of all of our guests from the inside out, we wanted to address any concerns about our facility’s safety and reassure our Patients that Prime Dental Care is and has been taking the necessary steps to prevent the spread of disease.
Here is what we have been doing as a team to protect our Patients, Staff members, and community:
- Increase the level and frequency of our cleaning schedule to ensure ultimate cleanliness
- Ordered extra hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies
- Antibacterial hand soaps in all Bathrooms with hand washing instructions
- Continuing to wipe down all furniture and soft surfaces with Cavi-Wipes (Anti-Viral, Anti-Bacterial, Germicidal solution), wipe down hard surfaces (such as tables) with Industrial strength Clorox wipes, and constantly spraying Lysol throughout the day
- We are asking all Patients about their recent travels & if they have been exposed to the Virus or having any symptoms
- Signage in the Front waiting room encouraging Patients (and employees) who feel sick with respiratory or any other flu-like symptoms to stay home. If please ask for a mask & reschedule after they have received Clearance from a Medical Doctor
- We have Surgical Air Filters/Purifiers for extra Ventilation in all rooms & throughout the office and have a Separate/ Limited Waiting Room Upstairs away from the main office Patient Flow.
** Please keep in mind that Prime Dental Care has the right to refuse entry to Patients who are visibly sick or showing signs of symptoms. **
Here are ways that you can stay safe!
- Avoid contact with others who may be sick
- Avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes
- Stay home if you feel sick
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash immediately after you use it.
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds immediately after using the restroom, blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. In the event soap and water is not immediately available, use a hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol.
- Face Masks should be worn by those who are already showing symptoms
- Getting a Flu shot
If you have any other suggestions on how we can keep our office safer for you and your family, please feel free to let us know. We appreciate your cooperation in doing your part to keep our office safe as well!
Your Friends at Prime Dental Care