COVID-19


COVID-19

At Mall of Georgia Dentistry, your health and safety are our highest priority.  Our practice continues to adhere to the recommendation of the CDC, the American Dental Association, Department of Public Health and is taking every precaution to implement procedures and protocols to ensure the safety of our patients. 

Here are a few things you can expect.  

Before Your Appointment

  • We will ask you to answer some brief health related questions prior to your visit.
  • To limit the number of patients in the building at one time, we ask that you let us know when you arrive and wait in your car until our team is ready for you.
  • You may be asked to limit the number of people that come to an appointment with you or have them wait outside during your appointment.
  • Additional sanitation and cleaning will be completed after each patient leaves, to prepare the space for you.
  • If you have not updated your medical history within the past year, you may be asked to update this online prior to your appointment.  
  • If you have not been to our office previously, we may ask that you complete your new patient forms online prior to your appointment as well.

At Your Appointment

  • You will be asked to wear a mask until the team is ready to begin your treatment.  
  • Our team will take your temperature and may repeat the health related questions before your appointment.
  • High touch items such as toys and magazines have been removed from our waiting area.
  • Our clinical team will wear additional protective equipment, such as masks, face shields, surgical gowns and protective eyewear.

After Your Appointment

  • Our team will follow up with you within 48 hours of your appointment to make sure you are not experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.  
  • If you start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 within 2 days after your appointment, we ask that you call and alert our office staff so that those who may have come in contact with you can be alerted and tested as needed.
  • Schedule your next appointment.  Your oral health is connected to your overall health, so one of the ways you can stay healthy during these times is to keep up with regular dental care.  

 If you are a patient with an emergency dental care need, please contact our office at 678-714-6343 or 678-780-8295

We ask that dental patients with appointments refrain from coming in if they are experiencing:

  • Fever
  • Recent loss of taste or smell
  • Flu-like symptoms such as gastrointestinal upset, headache or fatigue
  • Currently has a cough or shortness of breath
  • Compromised immune system
  • You or a family member are considered high-risk
  • You or a family member have traveled to a location with a level 3 travel health notice
  • Airline travel in the past 2 weeks
  • Previously asked to self-isolate or self-quarantine
  • Close contact to an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 infection