Your safety is our priority!
We are taking all the precautions and have put in place best practices ways to make our dental offices safe for patients to come for treatment and for our employees to work.
We are following the guidelines prepared by the California Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Dental Association, and the California Dental Association about how to safely return to practice. All staff members are working the proper amount of personal protective equipment to protect you and all patients are asked to follow safety guidelines to keep our others safe.
Here are additional ways we are ensuring everyone’s health and safety:
- Limited types of appointments:
- Teledentistry exams for babies and urgent screening
- Recall exams for children and adults. We are currently only accepting children ages 0-20 years and pregnant women as new patients.
- Urgent/emergency exams
- Other “low risk” treatment. We are currently not providing treatment that produces aerosols until we have a few more safety measures in place. Thank you for understanding.
- Screening Questions:
- These questions will be asked at the time you schedule an appoint and at our Campus on the day of your appointment. Please follow the instructions that will be posted outside of our Campus.
- We ask that all patients call our office if you develop symptoms within 14 days since your last dental appointment.
- Check-in Process:
- To minimize exposure to others we ask that only only one parent or caregiver to accompany pediatric or dependent adult patients to their appointment.
- Upon arrival of your appointment please follow the following instructions (also posted outside our campus)
- Wash your hands
- Wear a mask provided by our team members (please wear your mask through the entire visit, we will ask you to remove it ONLY during the procedure)
- Complete the screening questionnaire
- Have your temperature taken
- Maintain physical distance while you wait to be invited in.
Though the way we deliver care may look a little different please know that we are still here to care for you in a way that honors you and meets your health care needs. We welcome everyone with compassion and respect for their culture, language, identity, and values—no matter what.
The Dental Campus and the Dutton Campus is open to all patients of Santa Rosa Community Health Centers. We see adults and children, and offer:
- Dental exams
- Emergency care
- Infant oral health
- Other services too!
3 Ways to Make an Appointment
- Call the Dental Campus directly at 707-303-3395
- Ask someone on your care team
- Ask the receptionist at your health center campus to make a dental appointment for you