Practice Updates Concerning Coronavirus
Based on recommendations from the American Dental Association and the Center for Disease Control, we’re temporarily changing the way our practice operates. We recommend that all of our patients check the CDC’s website for information on the coronavirus and what we can do to slow the spread.
Temporary Changes to Our Schedule
How will your hours be changing due to coronavirus concerns?
We will be temporary closed for 2 weeks from March 23rd to April 6th.
Will you be completely closed or open for limited hours?
We are completely temporarily closed.
What should patients with scheduled appointments do next?
Our office will be closely reviewing our appointment schedule. If you have a non-urgent appointment scheduled with us during the next two weeks, our office will be in touch to help reschedule your appointment.
What emergency services will your practice continue to provide?
There will be a doctor on-call in the event of a dental emergency. Should you require emergency dental care and are a patient of record please call our office as you normally would at 602-995-5045 and member of our team or doctor on call will get in touch with you.
We Are Strong When We Work Together
Right now, one of the best ways that we as healthcare professionals can help to slow the spread of coronavirus is to follow the guidance of these health organizations, and we encourage our patients to do the same. We will be sure to update you about additional changes at our practice.
We love all our patients!
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Start your day with a beautiful smile.
When you visit our office, your oral health is our top priority. Dr. Trujillo and his entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve.