Our Safety Protocols Monmouth County NJ
Learn more about how we minimize the spread of infection and the risk of COVID-19 transmission
Hi from all of us at Champagne Smiles,
As we start to develop what our “new normal“ is going to look like, we are developing guidelines for seeing patients who need low risk procedures. Any procedure that will generate significant aerosol is still considered to be a higher risk procedure and therefore only being done on an emergency basis for the time being.
We may have lost the touch, but we have not lost our human touch. Regretfully, I will not be able to shake hands or give a friendly kiss to my patients like I’ve become so accustomed to doing.
As we have done since the beginning of this pandemic, we remain available for virtual video consultations for anyone who has a concern whether not you’ve ever been to our office.
Be well and stay healthy,
Check-In and Check-Out Process
- Patients will be asked to stay in their car until we are ready to escort them directly to a treatment room.
- Our reception area will not be used and no one aside from the patient will be allowed to enter the building, except in the case of children and special needs patients.
- Patients will be asked to enter the building wearing a face mask. If it is absolutely necessary, we will give you one of our very limited supply level one masks.
Infection Control Protocols
- Our clinical staff will continue to wear our hazmat PPE which includes a full body cover suit as well as airtight goggles, N95 surgical masks and two pairs of gloves.
- Only one patient will be allowed on each side of the office at a time, and separate entrances will be used for the two different sides of the office.
- Only one non-clinical staff member will be in the office at any given time, and nonclinical staff members will work from home whenever possible.
- We’re also investing in new technology to make our office paperless for patients. This means that all patient forms and payments will become electronic.