Patient Safety

We Know Safe Dentistry in Danville

Health and Safety Matter Most

It’s no secret that we’ve always been dedicated to providing you with safe dentistry in Danville — beyond simply having a clean dental office. Shouldn’t that be a given? You know that your health and happiness are a top priority with us. We want to reassure you that we never compromise when it comes to your health and safety. Now, more than ever, we’re taking every step possible, both big and small, to ensure you and your family are protected and secure. We wanted to take this opportunity to share with you a little bit about what goes on behind the scenes.

Pre-screening Measures and Questions

Are you ready to confirm your appointment and learn more about safe dentistry in Danville with us? We might ask you to help us out by answering some easy health-related questions. We do this to minimize the risk of anyone getting sick — to protect you and your family along with our team members and their families. You might hear some of the same questions on the day of your appointment at the office. Rest assured, we’ll spend as much time as you need to go over what you can expect or answer any questions you may have.

We’re Keeping You and Your Family Safe

Prior to COVID-19, our entire team went above and beyond every day to sterilize and disinfect, maintaining an impeccably clean dental office we can all call home. That’s why we can tell you with certainty and confidence that nothing much required changing or updating in terms of our sterilization process. Here’s how it currently works:

  • We submerge instruments in an enzyme solution for 25 minutes
  • We then remove them from the solution and rinse them before bagging the instruments
  • The instruments are placed in a sterilizer for 45 minutes at 275℉
  • Our sterilizer is tested regularly to ensure that it is functional

Please note that any changes or new ways of doing things are based on the helpful guidelines set up by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Dental Association, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.