March 31, 2020
Following the directive of the Governor of Pennsylvania, the office will be closed until April 30th. Our team wants to do our part to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus for the health and safety of our patients, team and families.
While this temporary closure is inconvenient and challenging, our team has committed to extended hours to make sure that all the patients are seen and treated in a timely manner when we reopen. If any guidelines from the
Pennsylvania Dental Association or the office of the Governor change, we will update all patients accordingly.
Dr. Bunting will be available for any emergencies that may arise. Please call Dr. Bunting, directly at 215-264-9660. We are all in this together and look forward to seeing you all soon!
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Take Care & Stay Safe,
Dr. Bunting and Team
What Designer Of Smiles is Doing to Ensure Your Safety
Steven Bunting, DDS
We are taking precautions to help protect you, the community and ourselves. Your safety and health have always been and remain our top priority.
Reception and front offices are disinfected at least twice a day. We are cleaning all surfaces, furniture, floors, couches and electronics with top-grade disinfecting wipes and sprays.
Patient care rooms are cleaned and sterilized after each patient. Surfaces, electronics, floors, computer mice and keyboards are cleaned with medical-grade disinfecting cleaners. All instruments and equipment are first cleaned and then sterilized using a heat and pressurized autoclave process.
Provider and Patient Protocols:
- All providers disinfect their hands upon entering and then again before leaving the clinical suite.
- Patients are asked to use Clorox AloeGuard Antimicrobial Soap on their hands upon entering the clinical suite
- Patients are asked to rinse with Peroxyl upon sitting prior to any dental work.
- Patient and team safety equipment will be sterilized prior to each procedure.
We are asking patients and people who accompany patients to call the office ahead of their appointment and inform us if they have any symptoms of any respiratory infection (cough, runny nose, fever). We ask you to reschedule until the patient is symptom-free for 14 days. If family members are sick, we ask you to reschedule until everyone is symptom-free or has been ruled out by medical testing to be free of communicable viruses.
This is a developing situation, and we will be monitoring CDC guidelines and recommendations continuously. We are committed to providing an environment for optimal health for you and your loved ones.