Letter from the Doctors Regarding COVID-19 Precautions
Your overall health and wellness will always be our highest priority. As information about the Coronavirus and public health guidance has emerged, we have committed to obtaining necessary equipment and training so that you can have confidence in receiving dental care safely,
Since the Safer at Home Order was issued by Gov. Evers in March, we have been seeing patients in our office for emergency care only. The American Dental Association, in cooperation with the CDC, has provided guidelines and a roadmap to reopen our office slowly and safely. With training and strict adherence to CDC standards, we are ready to begin seeing patients in our office expanded services beginning Monday, May 18 th .
From May 18 th through the 29 th we will begin phasing in "Urgent" care for those procedures that are that are pressing, but don’t fit the definition of a dental emergency. An example would be removal of a temporary crown and insertion of the final restoration. Significant workflow changes will be in place to limit the potential for virus transmission. Limited hygiene services will be available also.
On June 1st and beyond, normal elective dental care, utilizing new enhanced infection control practices will be in place.
When you return to our new office location you will notice some changes in procedures that involve extra precautions to protect the health of you, your family and our staff:
- COVID-19 symptom screening and temperature monitoring of all patients prior to their appointment.
- Extensive use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Masks will be worn by all staff all the time.
- Expanded hours to limit the number of patients and employees per day (respect social distancing).
- Hospital-grade Air Purifiers in each treatment room.
- Over-the-patient ADS High Vacuum Evacuation Systems to limit aerosols generated by dental procedures.
- In the mouth isolation and suction devices IsoDry and Purevac HVE systems.
We will be calling patients to reschedule all cancelled appointments. We truly appreciate your understanding through this. Please don't hesitate to call us with any questions.
Dr. Chris Hansen & Dr. Jamie Meunier
Rich Wilde owner of Preferred Dental Services delivered our dental aerosol vacuum extractors. These machines will be used to remove aerosols from the operatories.
Our staff will always wear a mask.
Jason Bratzke our Vatech sales representative trained our staff on our
brand new CBCT scanner.
Beth Currie our Hu-Friedy sales representative brought our staff up to date on all new techniques involving sterilization.
Haiti Mission Report 2020
The team recently returned from their third dental mission to Los Cacaos, Haiti. Here is Dr. Hansen's personal account of the trip. Read More...
Office Temporarily Closed Until Monday, May 18, 2020
Dear patients, family, and friends of Two Rivers Family Dental,
First, let me tell you how honored we are to serve you and it is at challenging times like these that we realize how fortunate we are to have our loved ones, our friends and our family of patients. The outpouring of heartfelt support from you is overwhelming and keeps us hopeful.
These are extraordinary times and we struggle to keep up with the rapid changes as we discover more about the spread of the Coronavirus. In accordance with public health guidelines and to protect the health of our patients, staff, and families, we made the decision to close the office effective today and plan to reopen on Monday, May 18th. Read More...
UPDATE: Ribbon Cutting and Open House To Be Rescheduled
On March 16th, Two Rivers Family Dental will begin seeing all patients at our newly renovated facility.
Located at 1705 23rd Street in Two Rivers, the facility features plenty of parking and a convenient entrance on 23rd Street.
Due to COVID-19 risks , the ribbon cutting ceremony and open house planned for Thursday, March 26th from 4 to 7 p.m. has been cancelled. We plan to make an announcement to reschedule it in the near future.
Celebrate National Children's Dental Health Month with Two Rivers Family Dental
The month of February is all about helping instill good dental hygiene habits with your children. Two Rivers Family Dental invites you to participate with your children in National Children's Dental Health Month.
To celebrate, the Two Rivers Family Dental offices are holding a coloring contest. Read more...
Over 150 Pairs of Shoes Donated So Far!
The January shoe drive to benefit the Haiti Denal Mission has really been making headway. There are still days to go and over 150 pairs of shoes have been donated by members of the community so far. Read more...