When you consistently schedule routine dental exams and take care of your smile between appointments, you keep your risk for problems low. Unfortunately, trouble can still occur, and in some cases, it can arise due to an unanticipated problem with an injury. Problems with dental damage, as well as concerns about discomfort that can develop when a tooth becomes infected, can motivate someone to see their dentist as soon as possible. At our Ankeny, IA dentist’s office, we are committed to helping patients when they require our services. To keep our office safe for patients and team members, we are still implementing guidelines that limit potential coronavirus exposure. While we maintain these standards, we can still work with you to make your care a priority.
Problems With Your Oral Health Can Become Hard To Ignore
It may be difficult to put off treatment for an oral health problem, as pain or sensitivity can interfere with your daily life. It may be difficult for you to bite and chew, and an unhealthy tooth may cause alarm due to its appearance, or the onset of swelling. We can work with you to prioritize your treatment while still following guidelines that keep all of our patients and team members safe against a potential coronavirus risk.
Our Office Continues To Follow Practices That Keep Patients And Team Members Safe
We are able to keep seeing patients despite concerns around coronavirus, as we have changed our scheduling practices and in-office behaviors to reduce exposure risks. One change we have made is to how we schedule appointments, as we want to limit patient interactions in our office. We have also added safety checks, as well as new equipment to help keep people who see us safe. When we make plans to see a patient for restorative dental work on short notice, we will still follow these updated guidelines so that everyone remains protected.
Restoring Your Oral Health And Smile
We can address concerns about your oral health and smile with a lifelike dental restoration. A custom dental crown that we design to imitate your healthy enamel can provide support after cavity treatment. We can also use a crown to protect you if your tooth is injured, or if its small size interferes with your bite function.
Talk To Your Ankeny, IA Dentist About Scheduling Dental Work On Short Notice
In addition to providing important routine services, our practice can help patients who need to see us on short notice. We can work with you to make sure you receive attention while we continue to maintain updated practices that help everyone in our office remain safe from potential coronavirus risks. To find out more about how we can take care of you, contact Dental Impressions at (515) 965-0230 to schedule a visit.