red-lineCOVID-19 Protocol

We have developed the following guidelines to provide a safe and healthy environment for your dental care.

  • We ask that no other family members accompany you to your appt - unless they are a caregiver.
  • We ask that you remain in your vehicle, call the office upon arrival and we will instruct you from there - calling you to come in so you can go right into your treatment room. There is no need to sign in.
  • A staff member will greet you outside to review your health questionnaire and take your temperature with a non-contact thermometer. We will be wearing masks for your protection and ask that you wear a mask as well.
  • As always, operatories will be thoroughly disinfected between patients. We will be alternating rooms to allow for proper timed disinfection and ‘resting’ of any aerosol particles.
  • High touch areas, such as door handles and bathroom fixtures, will be disinfected at a minimum of every hour.
  • You will be escorted to the operatory for your dental work. Your hands will be sanitized prior to appt and following your appt. Face shields as well as masks and gloves will be worn by all healthcare providers.
  • Payment information will be rendered prior to appt via telephone.
  • Once treatment is completed, we will confirm or schedule your next appointment and escort you out of the office.
  • Please be aware that, for your safety and the safety of our staff, your appointment may be rescheduled based on factors such as:
    • Development of symptoms
    • Exposure to a person with coronavirus
    • A positive screening test
    • Our own staffing resources
Stay Healthy. Hope to see you soon.

We are providing these preliminary steps to inform you of the measures being taken for everyone’s safety. We hope to announce our return date very soon. In the meantime, you may continue to reach out via phone 734-995-0515, email

Additionally, we currently can provide emergency treatment or a virtual consult should the need arise.

Brush 'em

Brush your teeth twice a day, in the morning and before bedtime, with fluoride toothpaste. Make sure to brush all sides of your teeth, as well as, your tongue.

Floss the ones you want to keep

Floss or use another between-the-tooth cleaner daily to remove plaque and bits of food from areas your toothbrush can't reach.

The greatest wealth is health

Eat a balanced diet for good general health and limit sugary snacks. Avoid tobacco, smokers are more likely to develop periodontal disease & tooth loss.

Come see us

Visit your dentist regularly. Professional cleanings are the only way to remove tartar, which traps bacteria along the gum line.

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