COVID Updates

We closely monitor the State Regulated Health Guidelines and adjust our policies based on the most recent requirements.  Your health and safety, and that of our staff, is always our highest priority.

The staff and doctors will….
Remain masked during certain office procedures.
Continue strict hand washing policies.
Proceed in frequent cleaning/disinfection of high touch surfaces.

Staff is not allowed to work if ill/sent home if become ill.

Office Appointments (non-surgical)

Masks are optional for patients.

You may notice some staff or patients still wearing masks during office appointments.  Please be respectful of their decision as they may have immunocompromised issues, unable to be vaccinated due to allergens, or simply choose to wear them as extra protection.

Surgical Appointments

Masks or face coverings are not required for patients or family members, but if you feel more comfortable wearing one, please do so.

We truly appreciate your willingness to protect yourself and others from the spread of any germs (COVID-19 or other) prior to surgery.


Please help our efforts not to unintentionally spread COVID-19 or other sickness by rescheduling your appointment if you...

  • Are currently awaiting a COVID-19 test or plan on getting one prior to your appointment.
  • Have had close contact with anyone with a suspected or laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 2 weeks
  • Or have any of the following symptoms:
    • Fever, chills, body aches
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath (not related to known heart/lung disease)
    • Sore throat or any other cold-related symptoms
    • RECENT loss of taste or smell
    • Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting
    • Red, irritated eye(s) (not related to known allergies/recent injections, etc.)

So that we may best serve our patients, we ask that patients let us know ahead of time if they require special arrangements to accommodate a disability.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation, and we look forward to seeing you!