COVID Procedure Update - Monday 3rd January, 2022
At 3Dental, we continue to maintain the highest standards in safety equipment and processes. We aim to safeguard the health of our patients and our team members.
We are open for all procedures with essential staff in our clinics.
With the increasing case numbers in our community, our COVID-19 policy remains strictly in place. When attending our clinics, we require mask-wearing and encourage using hand sanitiser, which we provide in all areas.
Rescheduling & Testing
We are rigidly enforcing COVID back to work guidelines. For this reason, we may need to rearrange some appointments. Thank you for your understanding on this matter. If we need to reschedule your appointment, we will be in touch with you.
If you are experiencing symptoms, a close contact or have had a positive antigen or PCR test, DO NOT ATTEND your appointment. Please call us before your scheduled appointment, so we can refund your deposit or reschedule you.
Thank you for your patience and understanding and for trusting 3Dental to provide you with safe, high-quality and affordable dental care.
COVID Procedure Update - Monday 10th August, 2020
COVID Procedure Update - Monday 27th April, 2020
We have IQair dental model air purification systems in our clinics.
HyperHEPA filtration filters 95% of even these tiniest of viruses and other contaminants.
COVID Procedure Update - Wednesday 25th March, 2020
We have updated our COVID-19 essential and emergency treatment protocols. Updates include:
- Patient triaging via phone, email (photos) and video chat.
- Providing hydrogen peroxide pre-procedural mouth rinse for all patients.
- We are providing the highest standard of PPE (personal protective equipment) to protect staff and patients.
- Strict cross-infection controls have been implemented.
- Rotating surgeries
COVID Procedure Update - Friday 13th March, 2020
To help keep everyone safe and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are putting new procedures in place - effective immediately.
- We will be taking the temperature of all patients entering the clinic, with an infrared thermometer. Anyone who presents a temperature higher than normal will have their appointment postponed for a minimum of 14 days.
- We are asking patients who have recently travelled in areas that have a high risk of infection to call and postpone their appointments for a minimum of 14 days.
- We are asking patients who are experiencing cold, flu or respiratory symptoms to call and postpone their appointments for a minimum of 14 days.
- A no handshaking policy is now in effect.
- We have hand sanitizer available in all clinical and non-clinical area and have implemented and increased disinfecting routine in all areas of the practice.
- We are following all WHO and HSE guidelines.
We aim to continue to serve our patients.
By implementing these procedures, we hope to help to keep our patients and communities safe.