Information regarding your upcoming appointment:
Due to the recent COVID 19 epidemic you will see some changes at your next appointment at Nano Dentistry. These precautions will help us ensure the protection of our patients and staff. We appreciate your cooperation, and look forward to providing you the safest dental care experience.
- Before your appointment we will have you fill out any necessary forms (including a COVID 19 screener to verify your health and safety) via our website under ONLINE FORMS.
- If needed we will reach out to you prior to your scheduled appointment to ask some additional pre-screening health questions. You will be asked those same questions again when you arrive at the office.
- Please contact the office by phone if your health or a member of your household’s health changes so we can advise if it is necessary to reschedule your appointment.
- When you arrive for your appointment to help ensure social distancing guidelines, we ask that you come alone, with the exceptions that you are parent or guardian or if you are a caregiver. Please only bring necessary items. Please do not bring any food or beverages. Before you enter the waiting room please visit the sanitation station provided by the entrance. Please place a facemask on if you are not already wearing one and sanitize your hands.
- After entering the waiting room, please check in at the front desk. We will confirm your answers from the health screener have not changed since we last reviewed them with you. We will then take your temperature. All staff and patients go through same process before they enter the office as a precaution.
- Unfortunately, our reception area will no longer offer magazines, children’s toys and so forth, since those items are difficult to clean and disinfect.
- We will do our best to allow greater time between patients to reduce waiting times for you, as well as to reduce the number of patients in the office at any one time.
- During your appointment you will notice additional personal protective gear worn by the providers and staff such as face shields, gowns and masks to help keep everyone as safe as possible.