Stuff you need to know before your visit:

 

FAQ:

      "Have the doctors and support staff been fully vaccinated for the Covid-19 virus?"

               Dr. P:

                        Yes! Yes! Yes! We were all vaccinated in January and February of 2021.  Some of                           us had a reaction to the second dose but resolved uneventfully.

      “Have the doctors and support staff been tested for the Covid-19 virus?”

 

               Dr. P:

                       Updated answer: No, we have all been fully vaccinated.

                         The short answer is “No.”

                         The more complete answer is that:  ​We have not been tested since the test, to                              be useful, would need to be repeated every 12 hours which is not practical or                              available.  We are answering the same screening questions your are asked to                              complete, so this means we have no fever, no close interactions with                                            Covid exposed people, no aches/chills/malaise, we have not traveled out of                                  the country etc. etc. We are following all CDA/ADA guidelines to minimize                                      spread of the Covid virus.

A recent study from the American Dental Association shows that the precautions the dental profession have put in place are working in preventing the spread of the virus.

 

Complete the Covid Questionnaire sent to you, likely by text message, prior to your visit. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask anyone of us.

Where should I park?
  • Parking can usually be found on Park Street.  There are metered spaces, 2 hour parking areas and a few unrestricted parking spaces on the street. 

  • Unrestricted parking can be found in the neighborhood.

 

What should I bring?
  • List of any medications you are currently taking

  • Names of any medications you have had allergies to in the past

  • Any current xrays

  • Any questions you may have