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Your Dental Office News, November 3, 2020

We hope that you and your loved ones are in good health! In this issue find out: What our hygienist Wendy has been up to (you can make educational appointments with her free of charge!)Where to watch a recent interview with Dr. Levy, speaking about our COVID-19 precautions, andHow to access our revised HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices. Wendy, our Clinical Treatment Advisor This photo of Wendy was taken earlier this year while we were closed, but if you came in during the last couple of months you may have seen Wendy dressed in full PPE, working in Lindsey’s room … Continue reading

Dr. Ellen Hailemelecot
Exciting News – Meet Dr. H

It’s been a long time since we’ve touched base and there’s a lot to share! We hope that you and yours are doing well, and that those you care about continue to take proper precautions against both COVID-19 and the flu. Before we start with our news, we are truly grateful for the opportunity to provide dental care to you and your loved ones. Keeping your mouth healthy is what we love to do, and we are thankful to you for trusting us with your safety. Thank YOU, Diane Younkins, for your appreciation and permission to share your postcard. We … Continue reading

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At-Home Self Exam

In an effort to provide you with dental care while protecting you and our dental team, we are now offering Teledentistry appointments. During your teledentistry appointment the doctor will ask you to use two spoons to help make visible the affected areas in your mouth. Please watch the short video, to learn how to help the doctor to look into your mouth through your phone’s camera. Your self-exam will be conducted live, not through still photos. You will need: 2 spoons, 1 flashlight, and (if available) someone else to hold the flashlight and point the camera to the part of … Continue reading

Dr Harvey Levy and Associates dentists working during covid 19 outbreak
COVID-19 Update #11: Roleplaying to Keep Our Patients Safe

Patient washing her hands while wearing a mask, the first step upon entry to the operatory; Dr. Somerville wearing full PPE (personal protective equipment): a disposable surgical mask on top of a reusable respirator N95 mask, face shield, cap and gown; Annette spraying (cold fogging) Dr. Patel and later the operatory with a 200 ppm solution of hypochlorous acid (HOCl), a nontoxic, non irritant disinfectant so safe it is used to clean wounds on premature infants with no ill effects. As we write this we’re still awaiting guidance from the CDC and OSHA about how to safely perform elective procedures. We’re … Continue reading