We Are Open And Ready to Help at Haberfield Dental Practice
What does Covid-19 change in our Practice As of the 10th May 2020 – Back to General Practice – Lvl 1.
COVID-19 has drastically impacted and changed the way many businesses within Australia and the world operate. Unfortunately, the dental industry is by no means exempt from this. Maintaining excellent oral health is important to the well-being of all Australians; dental practices must take the highest care in safeguarding that patients avoid all risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Therefore, we are sticking to the strict guidelines issued by the Australian Dental Board and Australian Government in protecting the health of our valued staff and patients here at Haberfield Dental Practice.
However, these changes do not mean that you must sacrifice your oral health and at Haberfield Dental Practice, your dental health is of the utmost importance to us. That is why we are now offering free dental consultations via ZOOM. Dr Matthew will be providing 15-30-minute online video calls to all new and existing clients. This is to provide our patients with the care and advice they need while guaranteeing everyone is kept safe and continue to practice social distancing.
Free Dental Consultation Online
We offer a range of quality services through ZOOM, and we encourage our patients to make the most of this service. Click On Book an appointment, and our team will contact you to make a time for your Video Conference Call.
What to do for general treatment or in a Dental Care Emergency?
The Australian government has reduced our restriction to lvl 1. So what can we do (Everything)
- Dental Fillings under rubber dam
- Root Canal Therapy
- General Examinations and Cleans
- Orthodontic Consultations and Adjustments
Also most dental emergencies that are related to pain or a broken tooth thus, the doors at Haberfield Dental Practice are still open for dental emergencies. If you require a local emergency dentist in the Inner West of Sydney, we are here to help.
During these unusual times, our staff members are appropriately trained in infection control to avoid the spread of the coronavirus while still providing the highest quality dental care.
We have implemented a number of extra steps to keep you and our staff safe.
- We screen each patient prior to their appointments.
- Each patient will need their hands sanitised before entering the waiting room and leaving the surgery room.
- A pre-virus mouth rinse before we start treatment.
- A protective screen has been placed on the desk.
- Social distancing measure/stickers to help patients keep 1.5m apart.
Contact us for your Dental Clinic Emergency Services at Haberfield Dental Practice, Sydney’s longest standing dental practice in the Inner West.
Dr Matthew Salameh