Coshocton Dentistry and COVID19


What to Expect for Your Dental Appointment During COVID-19

Our patient's and our staff's health and safety are our number one priority during these unprecedented times. As such, we have taken steps to ensure that everyone can maintain their dental health during the pandemic. 

How We Are Keeping You Safe

  • We have taken every step in order to keep our offices clean in accordance with the expert guidelines.
  • Before your appointment, we will ask you a series of questions to make sure you're healthy.
  • We are limiting the number of patients allowed in the waiting room, so we may request that you wait in your car and call to let us know when you're here. 
  • We are discouraging guests in the office unless the patient is a child or in need of assistance. 
  • Additional sanitizing before and after each appointment.
  • We request you wear a mask at all times until we ask you to remove it. 
  • We have removed toys and magazines from the waiting room.
  • Our team will be wearing extra PPE, including masks, face shields, and gloves. 
  • If in the following days after your appointment you begin to feel ill, please let us know so we can take the necessary measures to test our staff before seeing other patients. 

Learn More About Coshocton Dentistry and COVID19

Dental care is very important, so we are taking these measures to help our patients keep up with their routine cleanings and other treatments. If you have any questions about these steps we are taking, contact us today.

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