There are many frequently asked questions about how we at Coshocton Dentistry are keeping our patients and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our top priority, pandemic or not, is to make sure we provide a safe environment for our patients.

How Do We Keep You Safe?

Patient and Staff Screenings

Not only do we diligently screen all our patients in our practice, but also our entire staff is subject to daily health screening. This includes taking temperatures, make sure they do not have a fever. 

They're asked a series of health-related questions to make sure they're not experiencing any symptoms.

Can I Have My Appointment if I Have Been Travelling?

Occasionally we do have to delay an appointment if the patient has recently traveled to a hotspot area. We follow guidance from the CDC, the American Dental Association, and local health departments to make these judgment calls. 

Again, the safety of our patients and staff is paramount, so we may have to ask that you reschedule your appointment a few weeks after you have traveled. 

What if it is an Emergency?

If you do have a dental emergency, we will have a phone conversation to determine the best course of action for your situation.

Learn More About Your Dental Health During COVID-19

If you have any questions or concerns about your appointment, or if you need to make an appointment, contact us today. Also, be sure to check-in over the next few weeks to learn more about how we are keeping you safe! 

See our last FAQ blog about COVID-19.


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