Our offices have re-opened. You will notice a few changes.
Please call us immediately to reschedule your appointment if you have had or are experiencing any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, fatigue, loss of taste or smell; or if you have been in contact with anyone experiencing these symptoms or has been diagnosed with Covid-19.
If you have any questions, please call us at 857-0888.
Nos cabinets sont ouverts. Vous allez remarquer quelques changements.
Veuillez nous appeler immédiatement pour remettre votre rendez-vous si vous avez eu ou présentez l’un des symptômes suivants : fièvre, toux, fatigue, perte de goût ou d’odeur; ou si vous avez été en contact avec une personne présentant ces symptômes ou ayant reçu un diagnostic de Covid-19.
Si vous avez des questions, veuillez nous appeler au 857-0888.
We take your health and the health of our staff members seriously. We have a number of systems in place throughout our practice to protect you and staff members. Here are a few of the precautions we take every day.
We will continue to pre-screen patients using the latest guidance from The New Brunswick Department of Health and the New Brunswick Dental Society. The initial pre-screening will take place over the phone and you’ll be assessed again when you arrive at the office. We ask that all patients who are feeling sick to please reschedule.
We’ve arranged the schedule to reduce wait times. Please make every effort to arrive on time for your appointment. If you encounter another patient or staff member, please do your best to maintain two metres of space between you at all times.
High touch surfaces throughout the office are wiped down regularly. Magazines and toys have been removed from the waiting room. Between patients, the consultation room is cleaned and disinfected, and surface barriers are replaced.
All tools are either disposable or thoroughly sterilized between patients. We’re proud to uphold rigorous sterilization procedures at our office.
All our dental healthcare professionals wear personal protective equipment to protect themselves and patients.
A dental emergency is something that should be looked at right away. An emergency includes:
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.