Safety and COVID-19
At Sunrise Dental of Redmond, your safety is the number one priority for our entire team.
The COVID-19 pandemic has struck our nation and affected our communities adversely. In the time of this crisis, we want you to know that we at Sunrise Dental of Redmond would do everything in our capacity to help and support our local communities. Our patients’ health and safety is our topmost priority and we are here for you.
At Sunrise Dental of Redmond, we are adhering strictly to the guidelines of the CDC and American Dental Association (ADA). We have significantly improved upon our disinfection/ sterilization and safety protocols in order to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Updated and Improved Office Safety Protocols
We’ve made some changes to our dental office in order to provide improve the health and safety of everyone involved in your dental procedure.
- PPE — Dr. Narang and all dental assistants are outfitted with CDC-approved personal protective equipment (PPE). While it might look like something out of a science fiction movie, it’s really us behind the masks.
- No waiting rooms — We’ve eliminated our waiting room entirely. All check-ins will be handled through text from the convenience of your car.
- Paperless — All forms are handled electronically using electronic signatures. You’ll never touch a pen or a clipboard.
- Text Chat — We’ve also implemented a convenient chat system (that little blue icon at the bottom of the screen) where you can talk to our front desk from whatever device you happen to be using.
- TeleDentistry — We can also initiate a one-on-one private video consult to help determine issues
- Touchless Infrared Thermometers to screen patients upon arrival
- High-vacuum Suctions and Electric Hand Pieces create less aerosols
- UVC sterilization employed to deactivate viruses
- CDC-recommended Disinfection Protocols.
- 3M Versaflow PAPR systems and PPE including N95 masks and face shields
- Surgically Clean Air Purifiers that clean air up to six times an hour down to 0.003 microns