Healthy Smiles of Corry

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Frequently Asked Questions

At this time during the COVID-19 pandemic, even if you are fulling vaccinated, every person who enters this building MUST WEAR A MASK. This includes all employees, patients, and vendors. Patients will be required to wear a mask from the time that they enter the building until we are ready to work in the mouth during the scheduled procedure. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you.

If you refuse to wear a mask, then we kindly ask you to postpone your dental appointment to allow for other patients to be seen as we do our best to accommodate all of our patients in the safest possible manner.

Our office is one of the safest places you could be! In dentistry, we always follow very strict infection control protocol. During this time, we are doing even more to ensure the safety of our employees and our patients at all times. We are following all of the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH), American Dental Association (ADA), and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) for dental care during the pandemic.

Some of the changes you will notice include but are not limited to the following:

Every person in the office is wearing a mask at all times (the only exception being a patient who is in the course of a dental procedure in his/her own treatment room). Each room is fully sanitized between appointments, and we have removed all non-essential items from all rooms (e.g., brochures, magazines).  When you arrive for your appointment, you will call to let us know that you are here and we will bring you in to the office at the time of your appointment. Each patient is screened, temperature is taken, and the patient is called back by the provider who will be performing the treatment to your room.

Our providers are wearing extra personal protective equipment (PPE) in addition to our typical masks, glasses, and gloves. The addition of surgical gowns, plastic face shields, and high level surgical masks and/or respirators are some of the "extras" that you will see.

It is recommended that a patient NOT bring any visitors to the appointment unless he/she needs to be accompanied in order to complete treatment (e.g., young children, disabled patients, elderly patients). If a visitor is necessary, the visitor must also be screened and wear a mask at all times in the office.

You can rest assured that our office is safe during the pandemic. If you have any specific questions or concerns, please call the office prior to your appointment so we can address them!

Typically, we welcome a visitor with a patient as it may make the experience more comfortable for the patient. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot allow extra people to enter the office unless absolutely necessary. We would ask during this time that you NOT bring any extra people to the office for your appointment. If you do, we will ask that the extra person(s) stay in the car during your appointment. Exceptions to this would include patients who are young children, disabled, elderly, or otherwise require additional assistance in order to have their dental procedure completed; in these cases, we ask that you bring only ONE visitor as a companion. The visitor must healthy and will be screened for signs/symptoms of COVID-19.

We are having each patient rinse for 60 seconds with Peroxyl mouthrinse because it may significantly decrease the viral load in the mouth of an infected person. Hydrogen peroxide has been shown to oxidize and thereby inactivate an enveloped virus such as SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Peroxyl mouthrinse is available over the counter and has been well accepted by our patients! Most patients really like the taste and the fresh feeling that it leaves in the mouth. Furthermore, Peroxyl is an excellent rinse for mouth sores of any kind as it helps with the associated pain and encourages healing of oral tissue.

We will always do our best to give you an accurate quote prior to your next appointment. The quote is based on any prior knowledge that we have regarding your treatment need and any insurance coverage that you have. There may be instances where the treatment needs change or there are changes in insurance coverage, so the actual fee may vary. In questionable situations where insurance is involved (particularly with large cases), we may need to send a prior authorization request to your insurance so that we will be able to give you the most accurate quote. Remember, if your insurance coverage changes, let us know as soon as possible so that we can calculate your cost accurately!

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