This spring has been anything but normal and although there have been many changes, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your health and safety. With your safety being our utmost priority and to help flatten the curve, we have made a few changes to our clinic.
Acrylic Social Distancing Barriers
For the safety of both our patients and team, Winston Churchill Dental has installed Acrylic Social Distancing Barriers. The use of the Acrylic Social Distancing Barriers reduces the airborne contaminants and the spread of viruses while simultaneously providing a fully transparent view to communicate from either side of the barrier.
Physical Glass Separations
To prevent the transmission of airborne contaminants, Winston Churchill Dental has also installed new physical glass separations between for each clinical area. With the use of the glass separations, no two rooms share the same air. In addition to the separations, every room has an upgraded HVAC system that increases the air exchanged in each individual room to allow for a greater air flow.
Social Distancing Practices
To help flatten the curve, Winston Churchill Dental has implemented new Social Distancing Practices to the clinic. To make it a little easier for you when you arrive, we have placed signs throughout the office to know exactly where you can stand and sit at a distance from any other party in the clinic.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Where social distancing is not possible, our team is prepared with their PPE, such as face masks and face shields. To take a step further, we also ask all patients to wear a face mask or covering while in the building – and if not available, we will provide one for you.
HEPA with UV-C Light Technology and Surgically Clean Air Purifiers
Winston Churchill Dental uses Surgically Clean Air Purifiers as well as HEPA Filters with UV-C Light Technology to improve the quality of the indoor air for our patients and team. These world-class medical-grade air purifiers remove chemicals, toxins, germs, odors, and most importantly they destroy airborne viruses to help reduce the spread of illness.