As we approach the first anniversary of the national COVID shutdown, it is becoming increasingly evident that people are facing more severe dental issues than before. This could be due to a combination of people being afraid to visit the dentist and changes in hygiene practices due to staying at home. At Spring Valley Dental, we understand the importance of providing a safe and secure environment for our patients. We review all pre-scheduled appointments 48 hours in advance and conduct a brief questionnaire to determine any risk factors that could cause a new appointment.
Once they have passed our survey and temperature scan, we take them to our space for treatment. After the operation, we follow up with the patients and contact them for another brief survey. On a routine basis, we ask our patients if they felt “safe” or well protected in terms of the way they have been treated in our facilities. Without exception, everyone has said that they felt secure and protected in our space.
If you are looking for a good, safe dentist, then look no further than Dream Dentist. Dr. Numpol Dejtiranukul, DMD has more than 22 years of experience in healthcare and graduated from Saint Louis University with a degree in Biology and Chemistry. She also graduated from the Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine in 2000 with a doctorate in Dental Medicine.
Dejtiranukul is affiliated with Mercy Hospital St. Louis and believes that it is important to keep up with techniques and procedures to offer her patients the most optimal care possible. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Numpol Dejtiranukul, DMD, you can find contact information on their website.
They accept most insurance plans and treat a variety of conditions. The office address of Dr. Numpol Dejtiranukul, DMD is also available on their website. Don't let caring for your teeth take a back seat - Spring Valley Dental is here to serve you and your loved ones safely and expertly.
I highly recommend anyone looking for a new dentist to try Dream Dentist, you won't be disappointed.