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Patients, we bring you peace of mind.

From deeper cleanings to symptom screenings, we’re doing our part to deliver you the safest level of care. Under guidance from the American Dental Association (ADA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we’ve got your wellbeing, well, covered. 

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Employees, we're more powerful together.

Life at Aspen Dental is about so much more than dentistry. It’s about coming together as a community during this time of crisis and staying connected by a common purpose—and it’s working together to achieve great outcomes for patients. Let’s do our part by keeping up with priority updates and communications on COVID-19. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What precautions are Aspen Dental offices taking to stop the spread of COVID-19?
  • Cleaning our environment with products from the EPA’s list of registered surface disinfectant products for use against coronavirus. 
  • Wiping doors, hands and other common area touchpoints for added cleanliness every two hours. 
  • Ensure office teams have the Personal Protective Equipment recommended by the CDC. 
What kind of social distancing measures are being enforced at your offices?
  • Eliminating sign-in sheets. Patients check-in at the desk and can wait in their car, receiving a text when it’s time for their appointment. 
  • Limiting chairs and seating in waiting rooms. 
  • When necessary, patients’ family and support networks can assist with appointment arrivals. After check-in, individual not receiving treatment should wait outside the office. 
  • Removing unnecessary objects or items like magazines and books from waiting rooms and treatment areas. 
What if my upcoming appointment was canceled due to COVID-19?
  • This means we had to temporarily close your Aspen Dental location due to the pandemic. 
  • We will reach out to reschedule your appointment once we’ve confirmed a date that the office will re-open. 
What hygiene practices can help keep our communities healthy during this time?
  • Per the CDC guidelines, wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol content) if soap and water are not available. Patients are encouraged to use a hand sanitizer during office visits.  
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. 
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing. 

We're here for you.

Most offices are open for in-office appointments—and if you have an emergency, we’re always here for you.

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