COVID-19 NoticeTucson, AZ
Changes/Cancellation? - You must CALL at least 48 business hours prior to your scheduled appointment and speak with a team member to avoid charges.
We cannot accept appointment change requests via voicemail, email or text for your protection.
We are open for all of your dental needs!
We know that the last few years have been a difficult time. We want you to know that we have taken every possible precaution to protect your health while you receive the best possible dental care in Tucson. As the pandemic has evolved, so have we.
Here is a list of our updated precautions:
- We have installed HEPA filtration in all patient care areas.
- All areas are thoroughly and frequently disinfected after each patient.
- As always, we utilize sterilized instruments, used only for your care.
- Our team will always wear face coverings and protective equipment while performing any dental procedures and treatment.
Masks or facial coverings are recommended, but no longer required to be worn by patients and team members in non-patient care areas. However, if you would prefer that we are masked in areas where care is not being provided, please inform the team and we will be happy to wear masks for the duration of your visit. Due to the nature of dental work (aerosolized particles are created) we recommend that you bring a mask to wear in areas where dental work is being performed.
Our spacious waiting room allows plenty of space for social distancing. If you would prefer to wait in your car prior to the start of your appointment, please just call or text 520-297-2297 and someone will come to get you. We will take your temperature prior to providing care. If you feel sick or have any symptoms such as fever, coughing, body aches, chills, nausea/vomiting, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, headache, sore throat, or diarrhea please do not enter the building and call us to reschedule.
We look forward to seeing you. Our friendly team will do everything possible to make your visit safe, comfortable, and enjoyable. We hope to see you soon at Casas Adobes Dentistry. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have questions.
Dr. Chin and the Team at Casas Adobes Dentistry
Casas Adobes Dentistry is located at 7520 N. Oracle Rd. Suite 200 Tucson, AZ 85704.
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