Important Information Regarding COVID-19

Our practice strictly adheres to and exceeds the standards for infection control by wearing personal protective gear, using hospital-grade disinfectants, practicing the latest sterilization protocols, and more. Every effort we have in place is to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. “Social distancing” strategies are used in the office as much as possible.  

Patients and staff who have flu-like symptoms or feel feverish are asked to please not enter our office building.  We will be taking special COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC and ADA.   Patients are asked to enter the building with a cloth face mask or bandanna (Montana Governor’s Directive as of July 15th).   If you do not have a face mask/bandanna you may be asked to kindly wait in your vehicle and we will notify you by phone when you are ready to be seated.  No contact forehead thermometers will be used to check body temperature.  No more than 2 individuals should be in the patient reception area and seated at least 6 feet apart.  Patient contact surfaces throughout the office will be disinfected multiple times a day.   There will be staggered use of treatment rooms following procedures to allow aerosols to settle to the floor.  A surgical room is available with negative pressure air flow to direct aerosols away from the patient and staff and increase air exchange.  Exit and entry into the office can now be accomplished without using your hands.  If you have have Covid-19 symptoms, we will need to reschedule you 10 days after symptoms first appeared and 24 hours after fever has broken.

We thank you in advance and extend our gratitude for your understanding and cooperation. Together, we can provide a very safe treatment environment for staff and patients.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office, and one of our staff members will be more than happy to assist you.

Please view and share our latest COVID-19 Symptom Comparison Chart with your friends and family.

Symptoms of COVID-19

Cold vs Flu vs Allergies vs COVID-19 symptoms  SOURCES: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, CDC, WHO

For further information, including measures to keep yourself healthy, visit the following links: