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(408) 402-0900 15951 Los Gatos Blvd #8
Los Gatos, CA 95032

Training and Educating Our Team

One of the most important things we are doing during this time is to train and educate our team. Our office staff is already well equipped and trained in the use of PPE and Universal Precautions. COVID-19 presents some new issues which necessitate additional training and protocols

Before coming to work

At Work

After Work

At Home

Patient Interviews and Social Distancing

When a staff member calls patients to confirm appointments, they will ask if the patient has any of the following symptoms:

We will reschedule patients who show any signs of a cough or fever or who describe having any concerning warning signs.

We will instruct patients to call ahead and reschedule their appointment if they develop symptoms of a respiratory infection (e.g., cough, sore throat or fever) on the day they are scheduled to be seen.


We are drastically modifying our schedule for the near future. All dental visits will be longer and we will allow more time between appointments for additional infection control procedures. We will incorporate tele-dentistry as much as possible in our office for post-op visits and consultations that do not require in person visits.

To promote social distancing

Safety measures

Upon arrival to the office patient are:

Reception Room and Front Desk Safety Measures

Hand Hygiene is performed by our staff

Personal Protective Equipment for our team

Patients in the Operatory

Additional Equipment we have installed:

Treatment Planning & Financial Disclosure Forms:

Our standard practice of reviewing treatment plans and financials prior to care will continue to be followed. Treatment plans will be presented by the administrative team via email or phone whenever possible or in the front office while wearing a mask. If a patient has to sign a document mid treatment, they will put their mask back on and step into the hall to review and sign with the administrative team. A sanitized clipboard and pen will be provided.

Protocols After the Clinical Treatment

Safety Measures After the Visit

We are confident that these guidelines will help to create a safe environment for all of our patients and team members and hope that you can feel secure in the knowledge that we are doing everything in our power to provide the safest clinical conditions in order to protect our patients, our team and our families.