We are Available for Emergencies and temporarily postopning all "Non-essential" treatment.

 In its Advisory, the State Board “strongly urges” practitioners to “cancel or postpone any elective procedure or ‘routine’ service until at least April 20, 2020”. More particularly, the Advisory states: “If a procedure can be delayed for 30 days without, in the clinical judgment of the dentist, running an undue risk of harm to the patient, it is non-essential. 

The NJ State Board of Dentistry made recommendations in its Advisory that are “designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19; protect the public, patients, dental staff, and practitioners; allow for treatment of dental emergencies; and help alleviate the burdens placed on hospital emergency departments where patients with oral pain might otherwise go.”
 
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