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11. Registered Dental Hygienist

Updated: Dec 9, 2022

Registered Dental Hygienist 

Dr. Curtis Roy and Associates

Our Mission Statement To Protect Our Patients and Our Staff (from Cross-Contamination with Noxious Disease Entities) While Providing the highest level of Patient Care

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure You are required to wear a Mask before you enter Dr. Curtis Roy and Associates Dental Clinic. The first thing we do is take your temperature and if elevated you are (kindly asked to leave). Our staff is Masked, and Temperatures taken before we start our day. We meticulously adhere to #OSHA(Occupational Safety and Health Administration) guidelines, and #CDC(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines, by disinfecting all floors, cabinets, seating and restrooms. All dental equipment is sterilized between patients and our Dentist and Dental Hygienist are required to wear Gowns, Gloves, Mask and Shields. We Love our Patients and our Staff, and will go to any lengths to protect them.

Nothing Dresses Up A Face Like A Smile During your visit to Dr. Curtis Roy And Associates where Prevention and Sterility are a top priority, your Doctor and your Registered Dental Hygienist will conduct a thorough evaluation of your teeth, gums, and the bone supporting your teeth. If you are found to have Periodontal Disease with Infected-Gums Bleeding-Gums Bone-Loss and Periodontal-Pockets you will be treated in a Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy program by your Registered Dental Hygienist.

Better To Be Safe Than Sorry  Because Prevention and Cure are such powerful forces to consider when Insidious Inflammation and Infection (within your mouth) can have such a devastating effect on Your-Appearance and Your-General-Health. This is it! You are all you’ve got! (There are no dress rehearsals).

So please take good care of yourself,

Dr. Curtis Roy and Associates

Dr. Phil D Mayers, Periodontist dentalpracticeconsultant

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