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Oyster Point Dentistry on COVID-19 Infection Control Procedures

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Oyster Point Dentistry

Different health care setting is enforcing strict infection control procedures in response to CDC mandates on the control of COVID-19 spread. CDC has released infection control recommendations for dental offices and clinics. Oyster Point Dentistry follows these protocols promptly as our client's health and safety is a primary concern.

We make sure all surfaces inside the clinic such as front desks, countertops, dental chairs, and tables including doorknobs and drawer handles are properly cleaned and disinfected. Rarely used equipment is covered with a protective sheet while devices that are directly used to patients are replaced after each session.

Moreover, non-disposable items including dental apparatuses are thoroughly cleaned and sterilized prior to every use. While disposable items, amongst others needles, are never reused. Further, we stringently imposed on our staff to wear appropriate protective equipment such as masks, gloves, eye protectors and gowns and to change frequently right after each patient. All members of the treatment team must wash their hands and wear a new pair of gloves prior to seeing the next client.

Our patient's well-being comes first. In order to lower the risk of contracting the virus, these preventative measures are in place at our dental office accordingly. Contact Oyster Point Dentistry for clinic updates and appointments.