Covid-19 GuidelinesWest Grove, PA
Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak our Nation has encountered, we wanted to inform you that we at Jenny Chen Pediatric and Family Dentistry, Continue to strictly follow CDC and Universal Precaution guidelines.
The safety of our Staff and patients are a high priority. We have updated our sterilization and disinfection techniques to follow the latest OSHA and DOH regulations.
We have implemented social distancing within our office to include but are not limited to:
*Curb side patient check in; Patients are encouraged to text our office upon arrival, to limit waiting time in our seating area.
*Limited seating in waiting room; 6 foot distance between patient seats
*Strictly enforce companion restriction in treating rooms
*Highly encourage use of mask for patients waiting to be seen
On behalf of my entire practice, we THANK YOU for your understanding during these strenuous times & we look forward to treating you and your family.
Dr. Jenny, Dr. Mike, Dr. C & Staff
For more information regarding new COVID-19 regulations within dental offices, please click the links below.
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