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First and foremost, your health and safety are our primary concern and you may have questions about the Coronavirus as it relates to visiting our dental office.
On March 16, 2020 the ADA recommended that dental offices cease offering elective dental care for at least three weeks. We will continue to be available for your emergency dental needs. If you have a friend, family member, or coworker who is not a patient of record in our practice; we will be happy to assist them as well.
We want you to know that we always follow the strictest safety protocol. Our office meets and exceeds all local, state, ADA & CDC recommendations for infection control. We have always and will continue to be vigilant about protecting your health during this situation. We have heightened our already stringent safety standards.
In order to best protect you and our team members; we ask patients not to visit our office if you have any signs of a cold, flu, coughing, or sneezing. For our patients with signs of a cold or flu experiencing a dental emergency (PAIN, BLEEDING or SWELLING) we recommend that you visit the local hospital emergency room. Most hospitals have an Oral Surgeon on staff who would be able to render assistance and relief during this time.
All patients are screened for fever prior entering our office when you visit for emergency care. During this period, we ask that you remain in your car and call us and let us know that you are here, and we will call or text you when your room is ready. A team member will be at the front door to check your temperature. Any temperatures of 99 degrees or above, we will recommend you seek care at the local emergency room.
If you have any questions, please call us. We wish you and your loved one’s health and safety. For those who are directly affected by the coronavirus, we wish you a speedy and complete recovery.
Dr. Mary Frare & Dr. Robert Frare
Compassionate Dental Care
Robert Frare, DMD
Mary Frare, DDS
2301 E. Evesham Road Suite 308
Voorhees, NJ 08043