You might not see the smiles beneath the masks at Rodeo Dental, but you can be assured that they’re still there — smiles are in the Rodeo team’s DNA.
The entire team at Rodeo Dental takes seriously their responsibility to keep patients safe, particularly during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Balancing that dedication with continuing to provide the community with excellent dental and orthodontic care means that all of Rodeo’s offices are ready to welcome patients with open arms.
It didn’t take a pandemic to force the Rodeo to rethink their approach to sanitation and sterilization. From the very beginning, Rodeo Dental has always been focused on keeping patients safe and offices clean. The team wears protective gear while seeing patients and sanitizes between appointments. Rodeo also has dedicated staff to consistently and thoroughly clean high traffic areas, keeping everyone safe and healthy. Likewise, Rodeo Dental follows the latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control, the American Dental Association, the Texas Dental Association, and the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners when it comes to safety protocols.
You might notice some differences when you come in for your next appointment at Rodeo Dental. If you have a mask, please wear it to come into the office. Fittingly, Rodeo Dental is currently having fun with a Masquerade Pop Spirit Celebration, and you’ll get a chance to participate. If you don’t have a mask, the Rodeo team will supply you with one.
Before the appointment, Rodeo Dental asks that all patients swing by the screening station. In less than a minute, the team will make sure everyone is good to go before giving them a VIP backstage pass straight to the exam room.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, such as fever, sore throat, dry coughing, and sudden loss of taste and smell, or if you suspect you have been exposed to the virus, contact your regular family physician before making an appointment with us.
Even during the pandemic, Rodeo Dental continued to address dental emergencies. Don’t hesitate to call in for an appointment if you are in pain.
To limit contact and the time patients spend in the office, the Rodeo team asks that you call ahead before your appointment to update any health or personal information that may have changed since your last visit. Rodeo also offers payment options by phone for orthodontics adjustments.
While Rodeo may not have been seeing as many patients as usual recently because of social distancing recommendations, that doesn’t mean that the team hasn’t been staying busy. Numerous offices across the region collected personal protection equipment, like gloves and masks, as well as other medical supplies to donate to first responders and hospitals. The service mindset goes to show that Rodeo Dental remains committed to giving back to the community in any way it can.
Learn more about how Rodeo Dental is addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, delivering on patient care, and much more at RodeoDentalTexas.com.