A Note to Our Patients on Our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Preparedness
We understand the growing concern surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) across the communities we serve. The health and safety of our patients is our top priority. Dreem Dentistry team has been actively preparing our office and employees to identify possible patients with the COVID-19 virus and to prevent transmission to themselves, other patients, and visitors. We have also created a Clinical Response Team to review our response as the situation evolves.
Based on current CDC guidelines and our own standards and practices, we remain open and ready to provide exceptional patient care experiences.
Patients with Upcoming Appointments
If you have traveled internationally, traveled on any cruise ship, have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed below, we MUST reschedule your appointment for a future date.
- Shortness of breath
Please call the office and our staff will reschedule your appointment. We will be screening every patient at check in to identify and limit potential exposure to COVID-19 in our clinics.
Potential Disruptions to Our Regular Schedule
- Depending on community trends with COVID-19, our office may reduce patient load or close with short
- We will notify you if it is necessary to temporarily close our
How is our staff being trained?
Our staff has been trained in infection control practices, standard precautions, and hand hygiene.
As the situation evolves, we are keeping up with and following the recommendations of the CDC, WHO, state and local health departments.
- Our primary duty is to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our patients and staff by preventing the spread of the infection in our
- We are continuously monitoring, reviewing and improving our response as the situation
- We are keeping all employees updated with any new recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
- We are encouraging sick employees to stay
- We are increasing awareness of all of our staff to be alert for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
- Our practice employs proper environmental cleaning
- We are practicing safe hand hygiene in our
- We are proactively alerting patients who are ill, exposed to COVID-19 or those who have recently visited high-risk countries to reschedule
- Employees who travel to areas identified by the CDC with a “Level 2-3 Travel Health Notice, as well as any cruise ship trips will be required to voluntarily extend their time away from work by an additional 14 days for home self- monitoring.
We will be updating this information as new details become available. If you have questions or concerns about this information, please reach out to our office.
Dreem Dentistry Team