What Does Covid 19 Mean, and What Does Level 2 Look Like For Dentistry?
June 24th, 2020
To our wonderful patients,
We hope you and your family are well, and want to thank you so much for your continued support. You're amazing—you're stories have been inspiring, and it's been great to see so many of you back in the practice recently. And who isn't happy to have children back at school—we certainly are! One thing we've noticed is everyone has had very different experiences in lockdown, reminding us of the importance of continuing to be kind and understanding with each other. It sure goes a long way.
On another note, woohoo.....we've now past the shortest day of the year. So that means the days are getting longer—with this year offering all of us challenges, one of the great things living in New Zealand is being able to get into our beautiful outdoors. And never has it been more appreciated.
With Covid-19 a continually monitored situation, at Level 1 (now operational) we’re excited we can continue to see you for all your dental treatments—this includes your hygiene appointments, checkups, consults, plus cosmetic dental solutions to make your teeth look great. We’re also continuing to implement additional Health & Safety procedures in the practice in surplus to general Ministry Health guidelines—the health and wellbeing of you, and our staff, remains our top priority.
Paris, our Oral Therapist, continues to remain very booked up for all Hygiene Appointments (many weeks in advance), and we encourage you to rebook all next appointments on completion of any Hygiene visits you have, so you get the time-slot that suits you best. We're really looking forward to seeing you soon, and keeping your smile the best it can be.
Please contact us by phone on 09 376 4374, or you can leave us a message by contacting us here.
Bookings online can also be made here.
Matt, Lucy, Paris and Gemma
Dr. Matt Sumner and the team @ Accent Your Dentists
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