- Tips about visiting us during the Convid-19
Helpful Tips and Hints about visiting DentalCareXtra during the Convid-19
DentalCareXtra Team has put together this hand guide during the current Convid-19 situation.
Getting Ready to Leave your House
- If possible, try to cover your body with long pants and sleeves. This will prevent the virus from sticking to other parts of your body.
- Wash your hands before you walk out and carry hand sanitizer with you. Keeping your hands clean is the best way to protect from Coronavirus.
- Go alone, if possible. I know what you’re going to say, Your Dentist might require you to bring someone with you, or you might have children or other members of your household that can’t be left alone. In such a case, be extra careful!
- If you are afraid of the costs, you’ll have to assume while visiting your Dentist, and you might want to check out Dental Payment Plans. There offer No Interest, No Deposit terms to help you finance your visit to the Dentist. Terms & Conditions apply along with Credit Criteria acceptance and fee’s apply
Dentists all over the country are taking extra precautions to deal with the Coronavirus Outbreak. Please stick to their instructions since those procedures are in place for everyone’s safety.
- Once you arrive, call them and let them know you are there from your car.
- Wait in your vehicle until they’re ready to see you.
- Wash your hands before and after they see you.
- Avoid touching public surfaces like handles, counters, and pens with your bare hands, wear gloves if possible, or use hand sanitizer.
- When you meet your Dentist, they may be dressed in unique protective clothing to ensure that everybody is kept safe. Check out our video about what their protective equipment looks like.
Back at Home
This is probably the most critical part of visiting your Dentist. You’ll probably have to stop by a pharmacy. That’s ok, but keep being cautious while you do it. Follow these steps to avoid Coronavirus breaking into your house:
- Before you walk in: Take off your shoes and put them inside a plastic bag. If possible, leave them outside.
- Take off your clothes and put them in a plastic back. Wash them right away if possible.
- Wash your hands, face, and any other part of your body that got it to contact with other surfaces. Taking a shower is best.
Things You Need to Know About Your Dentist
As dentists, we have a responsibility to take Care of our patients. There are special procedures to prevent the spread of the Coronvid-19 that have been put in place.
If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Safety and Care are at the heart of everything we do.