We are following science-based guidance from the ADA and CDC in addition to the infection control procedures we have always followed, to help protect our patients and staff. Here’s what you can expect at your next appointment.
Before Your Appointment
To help make sure our patients, arriving for their appointments are healthy, our dental office may call you before your appointment and ask you some questions about your current health. We will also repeat these questions when you arrive to make sure nothing has changed.
We ask that you limit the number of people you bring to your appointment. That could mean leaving your children at home or allowing older children to go into the office alone while their parent waits outside during their appointment.
At Your Appointment
We are asking patients to wear a mask when they come to your appointment. When you arrive at the office, call from your car to let us know you are here. This will reduce the number of people in the office and reduce the amount of time you’re close to other people. When you enter the office, you will have your temperature taken and recorded in your chart.
Inside the office, you may notice things people often touch in the waiting room – like toys or magazines – have been removed. We have hand sanitizer available for you to use and may wipe down items you touch, such as pens, clipboards or furniture.
When you’re in the dental chair, you may notice some things look different from the last time you were here. The dentist may have covered the computer’s keyboard with a disposable cover so it can be easily cleaned between patients, for example. We will be using different protective equipment than we have used at previous appointments. This could include different masks, face shields, and gowns. These additional precautions help protect both you and our dental staff.
After Your Appointment
After your appointment is over, we ask that you put your mask on again before you come to the front desk to schedule future appointments or pay on your account. The staff will thoroughly clean the areas where you’ve been, using disinfectants that are effective against the virus that causes COVID-19 to prepare for the next patient. This helps reduce the risk of illness being passed to others.
Green Valley Dentistry
Dr. Zac and Dr. Clothier
Cosmetic & Family Dentistry in Henderson, NV
At Green Valley Dentistry our primary aim is to make your dentist visit a pleasant experience. As a responsible and caring family dentist, we take pride in offering high-quality care and the latest dentistry services. Our dentists aim to provide you the highest quality dental and help you understand how to care for your teeth and reduce the need for extra dental treatment.
Your care and satisfaction are of the highest importance to us. We uphold the values of traditional family dental care that are allied to modern treatment, both preventative and cosmetic. Our staff is always eager to answer your questions regarding the dental care. Please feel free to share with us your concerns and needs.
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Green Valley Dentistry
Henderson, NV Cosmetic Dentist
11 South Stephanie St, Ste 100
Henderson, NV 89012
Phone: (702) 456-7818
Dentistry for Families - North
1306 West Craig Rd, Ste H
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Phone: (702) 633-4333
Centennial Family Dentistry
5785 Centennial Center Blvd #180
Las Vegas, NV 89149
Phone: (702) 385-7415
Monday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Closed
By Appointment Only