Our Coronavirus Pandemic Action Plan

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As the coronavirus pandemic becomes more and more prominent in our everyday lives, it becomes more apparent that our everyday way of life needs to undergo some changes in order for us to successfully overcome the situation while remaining as healthy and happy as possible. But this does not mean that our lives have to come to a complete stop; your dental health is still important, and should not be put on the back burner. Here at Willow Glen Dental Specialists, we are happy to announce that we are open and caring for patients amidst the COVID-19 crisis. Continue reading for more information about our expertly-designed action plan for operating as recommended by the CDC, ADC, and OSHA.

More Information About the Coronavirus

If you have switched on a television or scrolled through social media in the past month or so, you almost certainly came across something pertaining to the coronavirus. Officially known as COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019), this illness is an infectious disease that is easily spread through coming into close contact with infected individuals. It is commonly spread through breathing, talking, sneezing, and coughing. This has allowed the virus to spread at alarming rates, disrupting lives all around the world.

John Hopkins University recently released some information about coronavirus that we have used in the development of our pandemic action plan. This information is as follows:

What Can I Do To Protect Myself From COVID-19?

There are many steps you can take in order to protect yourself from COVID-19. Keeping the information you just learned in mind, take the following steps:

Your Dental Health Doesn’t Have to Take a Backseat

While many businesses have had to close their doors during this pandemic, we are happy to share that we are still open and ready to help you manage your dental health. Of course, due to the circumstances, we have had to make some changes in our day-to-day operations. Following guidelines set by the CDC, ADA, and OSHA, we have developed an effective action plan for the coronavirus. Our new actions and policies are as follows:

As usual, we will be closely following these guidelines set forth by the CDC, ADA, and OSHA:

The above steps are all protective measures that we normally take on a daily basis to keep both ourselves as well as our patients safe when visiting our office. With the spread of the coronavirus, we are ensuring that we are especially diligent about closely following these guidelines and measures.

While of course the coronavirus pandemic has raised concern and has changed many things all around us, we here at Willow Glen Dental Specialists believe that we can take this situation and make the best of it by continuing to work hard in order to provide our patients with the safe and professional dental care that they deserve. To learn more about the protective measures that we are taking and to schedule an appointment with us, give us a call to speak with a member of our team.

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