Our COVID-19 Protocols

Here’s what we are doing to ensure your safety, as well as the safety of our staff.

Note: Our Entire Surgical Staff Has Been Vaccinated Against the COVID-19 Virus .


  • We are limiting the amount of patients that enter our office each day to 3.
  • All patients will be given a mask upon entering the building.
  • A temperate check will take place before entering the building.
  • As a premier medical practice, we have always practiced proper sanitization of our work environment and staff, well before COVID-19

What we kindly ask of you:

  •  If you have ANY symptoms of COVID-19 to please let us know before you procedure so we can re-schedule you for a later date.
  • If you have had any contact with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past 14 days, you must let us know.
  • You verify that you have not traveled outside of the United States in the past 14 days.
  • You verify you have not traveled domestically within the United States by commercial airline, bus, or train within the past 14 days.

We understand these measures may seem a bit strict, but at this time, our goal is to keep you, as well as our staff, safe and healthy.

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