We have been closely monitoring the development regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and wanted to give you an update. As many of you know, Governor Brian Kemp officially declared a public health emergency for the state of Georgia. Additionally, earlier this week the American Dental Association (ADA) issued a recommendation for all dentists nationwide to take measures to diminish the spread of the Coronavirus by reducing their practice operations to procedures the ADA has categorized as either emergency or essential. As a result of these declarations and guidelines, we have decided to reduce our office hours to (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; Closed Wednesday; Friday and Saturday: (9:00 am to 4:00 pm) and will be treating patients who need emergency or essential procedures. We hope to reopen for normal business hours and operations on Wednesday, April 8, 2020.
Additionally, earlier this week the American Dental Association (ADA) issued a recommendation for all dentists nationwide to take measures to diminish the spread of the Coronavirus by reducing their practice operations to procedures the ADA has categorized as either emergency or essential. As a result of these declarations and guidelines, we have decided to reduce our office hours…
Please know that our priority is to keep our patients and staff healthy and we will continue to monitor new information. Please keep abreast of recommendations made by the CDC as they are changing day-to-day (www.cdc.gov).
Thank you for understanding in this effort to stop the spread of this virus.
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