Practice Updates Regarding Coronavirus
We will be open for limited hours each week, for dental emergencies. All elective non-emergency treatments are temporarily being rescheduled to a later date (hopefully no later than mid-April).
All patients with existing April dental appointments will be updated as to the status of their appointment several days ahead.
If you have questions, email us at [email protected] or call our regular office line at 587-600-6051 and leave a message.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency: immediately call our EMERGENCY HOTLINE at 403-408-9094, and a team member will be available to answer your questions.
Prescriptions can be phoned in for you, as needed.
We Are Strong When We Work Together
Right now, one of the best ways that we as healthcare professionals can help to slow the spread of coronavirus is to follow the guidance of these health organizations, and we encourage our patients to do the same. We will be sure to update you about additional changes at our practice.
We love all our patients!
Coronavirus Health and Safety Tips
CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING all of our lives right now as we work together to slow the spread of the virus, keep everyone safe, and stay positive. Unfortunately, there’s also a lot of misinformation going around, and we want to make sure our patients are well-informed.
The number of confirmed cases is likely to go up as more tests become available. Higher numbers might seem alarming, but remember that it won’t represent an increase in the number of people who have COVID-19, it will represent an increase in the number of people who have been tested, which is a big step in the right direction. The more information we have about who has the virus, the easier it will be to contain and ultimately treat it.
This is why washing our hands is so effective. We should make sure to take at least 20 seconds and get every surface, then dry our hands thoroughly. Hand sanitizer with 60% or more alcohol content is a decent (but less effective) substitute. It’s also important to avoid touching our faces as much as possible.