As we monitor daily updates about the Coronavirus, we want you to know that the health, safety, and wellbeing of our patients and employee is our top priority. For our patients, our clinic will remain open as we are committed to servicing your dental needs while staying in compliance with the CDC. We have enhanced our daily cleaning/sanitizing routines and are focused on high-touch and traffic areas. To reduce the gathering of people in the lobby area, we are now servicing the patient only. No other visitors are allowed unless they are a medical caregiver or parent/guardian of a patient under the age of 18.
If you have a question about your dental needs and feel more comfortable calling prior to your appointment, we encourage that you do so. We recognize that this is a challenging time for all and many businesses in the area. As a dental clinic, our goal is to continue to stay open and responsive to your needs!
We have reduced prices from $200 to $150 for exam x-rays and extractions, as we understand the financial strains these uncertain times have on our community. We are in this together, and we will do everything we can to continue to serve as your dental clinic. Be well, and stay safe!
The New Beginnings Dental Center team
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