Baroda Dental Clinic— Dental offices, already take hygiene and infection control seriously, have had to go above and beyond usual measures to keep our staff and patients safe from COVID-19.
A trip to the dentist’s office may be necessary if you are suffering from a toothache, but now it can be a high-risk move. However, it may give you peace of mind to know that most local dentists are exceeding state and federal health safety standards to ensure public safety during this pandemic.
A big sign warning customers to mask up is displayed right outside the front door. We check all patient’s temperature before entering the clinic as a display outside the clinic. Besides any new patients or guest have to wait outside until the
Once inside, a front desk staff member at Baroda Dental Clinic will go through a checklist of symptoms with every patient while taking their temperature. All employees also have their temperature taken before the start of their shift.
Now their offices are open for business, but with more safety measures in place to protect everyone.
Masks are required in the dental office until you are move-in an isolation room. Those who do not have a cover will be provided with one, courtesy of BDC. All staff is wearing masks, gloves, and face shields. This personal protective equipment is our best defense against COVID-19.
Many dentists are experimenting with new antibacterial mouth rinsing solutions and suction equipment. They are killing as much bacteria as possible and remove more aerosols around them.
“Hypochlorous Acid kills many pathogens, including COVID-19, and it is safe to breathe. We are using this between patients, and it gets into every nook and cranny and surfaces in the rooms.
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