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Our COVID-19 Response

As a result of the rapidly unfolding events due to the recent mandates by Governor Inslee, we have temporarily closed our office and suspended non-essential dental care. Even though we have been vigorously following the CDC’s guidelines in further augmenting universal precautions for every patient; we feel that it is necessary to take additional steps to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 to keep our patients and staff healthy. As you can imagine, this is not a decision that we are making lightly. However, we feel strongly that it is in the best interest of everyone during this time and will alleviate the strain on our already challenged health care system.

Unfortunately, we will not be accepting new patients at this time. However, if you are a current patient of record and have an emergency, please get in touch with us via phone or email as we will be available to help determine a proper course of action depending on your case.

Your oral and physical health are extremely important and even more so during this time of uncertainty. We recommend that you take extra care to brush, floss, and use the fluoride toothpaste prescription if you have it along with exercising and eating a healthy diet. Most importantly, stay home as much as you can and avoid going out unnecessarily. Please take care of yourselves and your families during these difficult times.

We wish you the best of health.

Dr. Dillon and staff

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