Your Frequently Asked Questions
Are Affordable Dentures & Implants practices open?
Our practices are safely open and providing care for patients.
Are face coverings required at your practices?
Yes. The safety and health of our patients and staff continues to be a top priority. Face coverings are required to be worn in our practices.
What precautions are Affordable Dentures & Implants practices taking to stop the spread of COVID-19?
With cold weather months ahead and the continued rise of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., our teams are being extra vigilant to make sure we continue to safely provide your dental care needs. Since the pandemic began, we have prioritized the health and safety of our patients and team members - you can be sure we continue to do just that.
When you choose to visit an Affordable Dentures & Implants practice, you can feel confident in our enhanced safety protocols and standards, which include use of Personal Protective Equipment (surgical masks, face shields, gloves, gowns, etc) as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), additional stringent cleaning and sanitation procedures, and implementing social distancing guidelines - all designed to deliver the very best patient care to you in the safest environment.
What kind of distancing measures are being followed at your offices?
Our practices are following social distancing protocols that align with local and state guidelines. Prior to welcoming patients to the practice, you will receive an appointment email and a screening call that will provide further details on the safety protocols being followed at your local practice. In addition, a member of our team will take each patient's temperature at the practice. This is a safety precaution - for both patients and staff. Please be advised that, depending on local and state guidelines at the time of your appointment, the practice may not allow guests or family members to accompany patients to an appointment. We appreciate your understanding. Please let the team know during the screening phone call if you need any special accommodations or have any questions or concerns. The practice will work with you if you desire to have a virtual consultation with another family member while you are inside the practice.