Rigdon Dental will be reopening on Thursday April 30th. We are so anxious to get back to work and start seeing our patients again! We understand that although we are able to serve our patients, the ways in which we do that will be dramatically different. Please take a few moments to read through the steps in which our office will be taking to keep you and our staff safe and healthy!
- If you or someone in your family or someone you have been in contact with has been feeling sick or showing signs of sickness such has fever, shortness of breath, trouble breathing, headaches, sore throat, etc… you MUST refrain from being seen. Please allow yourself 2 weeks after symptoms appear before coming in.
- If you or someone in your family or someone you have been in contact with has traveled outside the country, please refrain from being seen until 2 weeks have passed.
- You must stay in your car and call the office once you have arrived. When your chair is ready you will either be called back or sent a text.
- You must come ALONE, unless you physically require assistance or you are sedated or if you are the parent of a child. Once you have been assisted your driver or caregiver must return to their car. They will be contacted once your appointment is finished. Parents will be allowed to stay.
- Patients with a Child, they MUST be able to sit in the operatory room with you. They will NOT be allowed to visit the playroom or wander the halls of the office. If this is something you feel your child cannot do, please reschedule!
- Patients will be required to have their temperatures taken and swish with hydrogen peroxide for 30 seconds, this includes children. If you or your child do not feel comfortable doing this you must reschedule!
The staff at Rigdon Dental will be increasing their level of Personal Protective Equipment for the indefinite future.
All of these new protocols will remain in place until further notice.
We ask that everyone please be patient. This is 100% brand new territory for us all and we will be doing everything to make sure this new normal is done properly. With that comes a learning curve and time. We apologize in advance if we get behind but please know it is because we are making the necessary safety adjustments.
Terry F. Rigdon D.D.S. & Staff