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  • Dr. Bolterman

Thank you!

We sincerely apologize for the delay in our update. Thank you so much to our many patients that have returned and voiced how safe they feel in our office! We appreciate your support and appreciation for great dental care.

Our goal was to return with safety in mind but also stay connected with our patients and their needs. You know how important dental care is to your health and we will do whatever we can to help you maintain that healthy body and smile.

Patients have been great at understanding that this is a whole new lifestyle for us all. Will it ever be the same as before? Probably not. As we sit and wait for vaccines, rapid testing and possible cures for this virus, we will do our part to keep you safe.

What are some of the things we are doing?

  • Screening patients before a scheduled appointment for contact history, symptoms of illness, travel history, and more

  • Taking temperatures on patients, staff, and others that need to be in our clinic

  • Requiring masks to be worn by all patients and staff throughout the office

  • Encouraging the use of hand sanitizer

  • Allowing patients with scheduled appointments only as we are not allowing walk-in guests at this time

  • Scheduling high-risk patients in a low-risk appointment setting

  • Allowing fewer people in the reception area; calling upon arrival to be welcomed inside

  • Stronger filters in the building and treatment rooms

  • Wearing face shields and other PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

  • Gathering enough PPE to accommodate our patients’ needs

  • Disinfecting common areas, pens, clipboards, etc. throughout the day and after use

We are also welcoming new patients! Do you, or someone you know, need dental care? We are ready for you!

Call us for an appointment today. 763-421-4640

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