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Hello to all my patients and their families.
I wanted to give you all an update on where we stand on COVID-19:
We will be delaying opening until the scientists believe it is safe. At this time, we are looking at May 26th or June 2nd. The criteria for that is a decline in new cases, which we will be watching closely, and enough supplies to keep everyone safe.
We are working hard to gather supplies, prepare the office, set new protocols, and train the staff in the new protocols. Things will be different when you arrive. We are addressing three different areas: 1) Patient safety, 2) Staff safety, and 3) Office safety.
Regarding Patient Safety: 1) Appointments will be scheduled further apart to keep patients from interacting and allow for proper sanitizing of the room once the patient leaves. 2) We will be asking you questions regarding your exposure to the virus and taking temperatures. 3) If possible, we ask that you do not bring extra people to the appointment. 4) Please notify us by telephone when you arrive in the parking lot (317-831-3370). 5) Stay in your car and we will call you when we are ready to seat you in the room (this eliminates any exposure to you in the waiting room). 6) We will be placing a small sheet over the patient (like a blanket) to help collect sprays created by work being done.
Regarding Staff Safety: The staff will be wearing surgical gowns, masks, face shields, and gloves. We will be taking their temperature regularly, and asking them the same questions regarding exposure to the virus daily.
Regarding Office Safety: Extra time will be allowed to sanitize rooms. This includes: 1) Allowing time for dust to settle, 2) Throwing away all disposables, 3) Wiping down all surfaces not covered, 4) Replacing laughing gas tubing and masks, 5) Throwing patient cover sheet into the washing machine, 5) Cleaning the floor, 6) Sterilizing instruments, and lastly, setting up for the next patient.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 317-557-2409. Keep smiling and brushing, and PLEASE BE SAFE!
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“After taking our daughter, Nicole, to a few different dentists for treatment, we were referred to Dr. Litz. We have found her and her staff to be very patient, kind, and knowledgable in regards to Nicole’s treatment. She no longer hates going to the dentist!”
“I’ve been bringing my son to Dr. Litz’ office for 2 years. I’m very happy with the quality of her and her staff’s work. They are not only very professional, but friendly and caring. Thanks to Dr. Litz and her staff my son now has a wonderful smile and is no longer afraid of the dentist.”
“We have seen a total transformation in Sarah’s anxiety and comfort level. Dr. Litz and her staff have a true heart for kids and for making their dental experience a good one.”
This is one of the best dentist offices I’ve been to. The staff is very friendly and they get you in and out as quick as possible and answer any questions you may have about your visit. I think it’s an all around great dentist office. Thank you.
What a relief! As a mom, knowing what it means to have a cavity filled, I was nervous. As soon as Matthew entered the office, he was greeted and told exactly what would happen. He was given a story to listen to, to relax him. The kindness and honesty of Dr. Litz and her staff are so much appreciated! Thank you!!