COVID-19 ProtocolRoyal Oak, MI
During these uncertain times, we at Royal Oak Smiles are taking the utmost care to protect both our patients and our team members. We are doing everything we can to prevent infection by properly sterilizing our office and following infection-control recommendations. Call today at (313) 217-5104 to schedule an appointment with our dentists, Dr. Dolores Baran or Dr. Abdul Shakfa, and learn more about our COVID-19 protocol in Royal Oak, Michigan.
At our office, we follow the extensive infection control recommendations outlined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In fact, we go above and beyond many of these requirements because we are dedicated to protecting the health and safety of our patients, as well as that of our team.
These infection control and safety measures include:
- Eye protection for patients and team members
- Disinfectant hand soap
- Gloves and face masks
- Chemical disinfection of countertops and surfaces
- Sterilization of all equipment before every use
In addition, our team of professionals sterilizes all reusable equipment after each use, including handpieces. We use an autoclave, which is a device that kills bacteria and viruses by steam, heat and pressure. When possible, we use disposable materials and tools to eliminate the risk of cross contamination through reuse.
Your health and comfort are our top priorities, and you can rest assured that we take all of the necessary steps to protect you and your family while you are with us. We welcome you to contact our office today to learn more about infection control and safety or schedule your next visit with our dentists. We look forward to caring for you!
Royal Oak Smiles: Dr. Dolores Baran DDS is located at 1103 N Main St Suite A Royal Oak, MI 48067.
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