As of June 1, 2020
We are Open!!!
As of June 1st, the guidelines set forth by the Manitoba Dental Association have changed and Hanover Dental will now be able to attend to both essential and non-essential care needs of all new and current patients. This includes services of fillings, crowns and bridges, implants, routine hygiene and exams, whitening and denture related appointments.
At Hanover Dental, our main goal has always been to protect the health of our patients, our team, and our community. We have implemented these following measures to help keep you and us safe from the spread of the covid-19 virus:
*Screening of all patients, over the phone, using the Shared Health screening tool
*Only patients who pass the screening will be appointed
*Adhering to the social distancing guidelines for all patients and team members
*Limiting the number of patients in the waiting room
*Patients may need to wait in the mall until we are ready
*Patients must pass a verbal Shared Health questionnaire over the phone before being allowed to enter the clinic
*As soon as patients enter the clinic their temperature will be acquired using a touchless thermometer and recorded
*Use of Surgically Clean AirTM filters which use patented hepa-rx filters to filter pathogens from the air. These units exceed the guidelines for general surgery.
*Screening of all team members using touchless thermometer and Shared Health questionnaire before they enter the clinic
*Maintaining the high level of sterilization and disinfection Hanover Dental has always adhered to
*Increased personal protective equipment that all team members are wearing in the treatment area
This all may sound overwhelming and scary but is a necessity during these uncertain times to help keep everyone safe.
As always, Hanover Dental will be there for you to help you navigate through this covid-19 pandemic. Do not hesitate to contact us at 204-326-6647.
OUR COMMITMENT IS YOU!
If you have any symptoms we encourage you to perform the self test found at this link https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool/
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