Office Updates on Coronavirus

Our primary concern is your family's health

 

Governor Issues Stay at Home Order until May 4th

As you are all aware, Governor Sununu has instructed all non-essential businesses to close and individuals to remain at home as much as possible.  Dental offices are considered an essential business but the CDC and the NH Dental Society have stated that routine dental care and check ups are to be postponed until the risk for contracting and/or spreading the Corona virus risk decreases.  We therefor will remain closed for all non-emergency care until May 4th. 

There is a staff member in each office location M-F answering the phones and rescheduling appointments.  If your child has a dental emergency, we are happy to see them and will take all necessary precautions to keep everyone healthy and happy.  You can also reach us after hours by simply calling the office, you will then be given the cell number of the doctor on call.  There is someone available 24x7.

For those of you with appointments scheduled over the upcoming weeks, we are going to wait another 2 weeks before rescheduling you as we want to make sure we only do this once :).  These are as we have said before, unprecedented times and like you, we are anxious to put them behind us. 

Right now, we need to help one and other and support our friends, neighbors and colleagues in the medical fields as well as our first responders.  And be kind to the workers at the grocery stores!

We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding and we look forward to seeing you in a couple weeks.

Your friends

Dr. Jon Wendell
Dr. Deb Filocoma
Dr. Geri Hunter
Dr. Tina Ho
Dr. Toral Joshi
Dr. Elise Vincelette
Dr. Natalie Laucius
Dr. Ashley Blanchfield
And of course our wonderful staff