Hey everyone. We hope this message finds you and your loved ones doing well. As I'm sure you've already heard, Governor Sisolak has ordered the shutdown of all non-essential services for the next 30 days. As healthcare professionals, we have been instructed by our state Dental Board to limit our care to emergency services only until further notice, meaning: pain and swelling, accidents involving your mouth/teeth, and broken teeth.
If you are experiencing an emergency, reach out to us by phone (702-586-7800) or via our website (www.deefordentist.com). For your convenience, we have created an online teledentistry app to help us serve you remotely for such emergencies.
For the time being, we are currently planning to reschedule all appointments through April 6. If you have a scheduled visit during that time, we are doing our best to contact you if we haven’t already.
As the details of this closure are fluid, we will continue to keep up with the latest news and recommendations regarding the shutdown as we approach April 6th, with the intent of resuming our regularly scheduled visit.
Many of you have reached out asking about our wellbeing and the wellbeing of our amazing team members. We appreciate your thoughts and know that we are all doing well.
During this time of uncertainty, remember, we can't always choose the music life plays for us, but we can choose how we dance to it. So stay safe and dance like nobody's watching.
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