At Bobby Jivnani, DDS – Dental clinic here in Plano we are committed to providing the top dental care without compromises in safety. Of course, this means we have to take extra special care in how we deliver that care. To meet or exceed CDC and ADA guidelines, we have implemented the following extra precautions.
Whole Family Appointments
We can schedule your whole family visit at once. This can help you reduce the number of trips out of your home.
We are offering extended appointments that allow us to accomplish more work in a single visit so that you are less likely to need multiple visits.
We have cut the number of patients we accept in a day down significantly. This allows us time in between appointments to reduce or eliminate overlap and follow extra sterilization protocols.
Staff Safety Training
All of our staff, both administrative and clinical receive additional training in COVID safety.
Staff Health Checks
Each day, our staff will have temperature checks and verify they are able to help provide safe care.
Staff Hygiene Standards
Our staff are keeping their hair short or gathered up. Their nails are being kept short and they are not wearing jewelry for even fewer places for germs to hide.
Every patient undergoes a temperature check and a quick questionnaire.
Patient Hand Sanitizing
Every patient will be provided hand sanitizer and asked to use it before entering the treatment area.
Extended Treatment Area Cleaning
After each patient visit, we disinfect and clean the whole treatment area.
CDC-Approved Instrument Sterilization
This of course has always standard practice. However, extra care is taken to be sure that no instrument is compromised after being heat and pressure sterilization.
N95 & ASTM Level 3 Masks + Face Shields
Our dentist, assistants and hygienists wear double protection masks plus face shields.
ASTM Level 3 Masks at Front Desk
Our admin staff will also be wearing level 3 masks for your protection.
We love to meet new patients. But our friendly staff are keeping contact and proximity restricted to within the controlled clinical setting for now.
Disposable Protection Outer Wear
In some cases, our staff my wear disposable medical outer wear for reducing the chances of airborne particles clinging to clothing.