As the state continues to move through reopening, we want you to know that we are doing everything we can to ensure you are safe when visiting our office. We understand that life during and after COVID-19 will look and feel different, but rest easy knowing we continue to keep your safety top of mind in our office.
To help, we have put together some of the additional safety precautions we have implemented moving forward. Here is what we are doing post COVID-19 stay-at-home orders in our office.
Before every visit we will be taking not only your temperature, but our own too. We want to make sure everyone is healthy and there are no underlying concerns that would impact the safest care.
As always, before entering a treatment room we will be using hand sanitizer. We will also be washing our hands before and after every visit. This thoroughness in ensuring cleanliness has always been important to us. But we are taking that added measure of using hand sanitizer before we enter your room to provide treatment. There will also be hand sanitizer available for you to use as well.
We will also be providing a four point questionnaire to each of our patients. This was created to assess if you are at risk or have been around anyone that might be at risk for COVID-19. It won’t take up much time, but it will ensure we all feel safe with providing care while also ensuring you are healthy and sage as well.
Gaps in scheduling
One other thing we are doing is scheduling with gaps. While we won’t be able to see as many patients as before to start, this will help us add just another layer of security and safety. The schedule will stagger patients so that not all are coming in at the same time. We don’t want a crowded waiting area.
We encourage you to reach out if you have any questions or concerns about your health and well-being before coming into Craniofacial Pain & Dental Sleep Center of Georgia for your scheduled appointment. We look forward to continuing to provide you the best care possible while treating sleep apnea and craniofacial pain.