Dear Kragor Orthodontics Community,
Thank you to everyone for your valued support for our orthodontics practice. We know that we cannot provide our service without the community we serve. And we thank you for choosing us – we are so blessed to have each and every one of you. That being said, our job is also to protect our Kragor Orthodontics community, and community at large. Part of that protection involves staying up to date on the health guidelines for the novel COVID-19 virus and following those guidelines as they change hourly.
At this time, the American Association of Orthodontics (AAO) supports the recommendation from the White House Coronavirus Task Force to postpone any elective dentistry for the new two weeks – through the end of March, 2020.
Thus, our office will be closed for routine appointments until the end of March, 2020. We will remain open with a slight variation in hours for orthodontic emergency visits for our patients. We will be contacting patients to reschedule appointments, and will provide flexibility in scheduling to ensure we do everything in our power to keep our patients on track for their treatment.
Should you have an orthodontic emergency, please contact our office to schedule an appointment to address. It is important to have a scheduled appointment to ensure we continue taking the recommended OHSA, CDC, WHO, DPH, ADA, GAO, and GDA precautions to continue social distancing guidelines to help alleviate this COVID-19 pandemic.
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Please stay safe. Send thoughts, prayers, and good vibes to all those affected and let’s all keep doing our part to protect everyone. Enjoy this time with your families and remember that we love our entire Kragor Orthodontics family.
Drs. Andy and Ambre Kragor
Dear Kragor Orthodontics Community,
We wanted to personally reach out to address the current situation with the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19. Each day brings new developments related to the virus, and our hearts go out to everyone affected by this virus. We wanted to inform you as healthcare providers, we are closely monitoring the situation. That being said, we want you to know that Kragor Ortho is taking the following actions to minimize any risk to our patients, their families, team members, family, and colleagues:
We continue to maintain the highest, most up to date and modern sterilization techniques for our patients and team members. We maintain this standard at all times.
Our team members will continue to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) in accordance with OSHA and Georgia Board of Dentistry standards as we have always done, and will continue to do.
We will maintain open communication with the Georgia Department of Health, and regularly checking the WHO and CDC website for any new developments
If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, please call our office and we will reschedule you to another time when you are symptom free. If you have any family members you have to bring to appointments that presenting flu-like symptoms, please also reschedule any appointments. The safety of our patients, their families, our team, our families, and the community we serve is our top priority. We all have a part in keeping ourselves healthy and safe.
At this time, our office remains open and our team is focused on the highest standards to ensure we continue to serve our patients with excellence and compassion. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to give our office a call.
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