You Are Safe With Us
Many of us are living a bit differently than we were just 8 months ago. We’ve drastically changed our routines, and most of us have put more emphasis on hygiene and personal safety. Unfortunately, this means that some patients have put off their regular hygiene appointments and dental treatments, which can lead to oral health problems. We’re here to tell our patients that there’s no need to put appointments off any longer. We have made some additions to our sanitation and cleaning routines to help keep our patients and our team stay safe and healthy.
Here’s what we’re doing to ensure your safety:
- We’re making sure to use disinfectants that are appropriate to properly sanitize all surfaces and equipment.
- All surfaces, patient treatment areas and equipment are sanitized after each client.
- Our staff has been trained in new behaviors and provided with gloves, masks and other personal protective equipment that not only keeps you safe, but protects them as well.
We’re doing all this to keep the practice as clean and safe as possible, without sacrificing the comfortable and friendly atmosphere that our patients have come to expect.
We understand that, in the midst of making all these changes and adapting to a new “normal”, some of the things that our patients may have once considered routine—like regular hygiene appointments— may now seem anything but. However, we feel it’s important to remind our patients that maintaining good oral health is every bit as important as it was before. And now especially, keeping your mouth clean and healthy is essential to ensure that all of you stays in tip-top shape.
If you haven’t been to the practice in a while or perhaps have missed your regular hygiene appointment, please don’t wait any longer. Delaying routing examinations can allow small, easily fixed problems to turn into bigger, more time-consuming (and costlier) ones. Not to mention, there’s the risk that something minor can become urgent in a very short time.
We are invested in your total well-being and your personal safety, as well as your oral health. And we want you to know that dental care does not have to be another source of anxiety during these already stressful times. So, if you haven’t made a hygiene appointment since the beginning of the year, please take a few minutes to contact us.
We want to help you get your oral health routine back on track and we guarantee a safe environment for all our patients. So, please call us at 262-419-3566 or visit https://www.kewaskumdentist.com/contact-us/ to set your appointment today. We can’t wait to see your smiling face again!