COVID-19: Update

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We at Dental Departures understand that you are seeking dental treatment during these challenging times. We are working in partnership with our network of excellent dental clinics to ensure your safe journey, treatment and outcome.

Those who require emergency medical treatment and are not willing or able to check into a traditional hospital may contact our Customer Service Team for information on clinics in your area now accepting patients.

For those planning to book or rebook an appointment when clinics again open for business, please be assured we are working closely with our global clinic network to provide the earliest, best and safest service to you and your family.

What we are seeing as 'best practices' globally at our partner dental clinics vary based on each country/city/province or legal authority*:
  • Temperature screening upon arrival of patients & staff
  • Sanitary gel stations at entry/exit points of the clinic/hospitals
  • Face masks for 100% of medical/dental staff at all times during work shifts
  • Requiring staff exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19 to stay at home & self-quarantine for 14 days
  • Requiring patients to complete questionnaires prior to treatment certifying that they have not traveled to/from specific countries nor have they exhibited flu-like-symptoms
  • Banning patients from specific countries from receiving care at their dental/medical facility
  • Banning all elective dental/medical treatments; only permitting emergency dental/medical treatment
*Note - this is for informational purposes and does not constitute any medical/dental advice.  Please consult your local/state/provincial/federal/dental/medical regulatory/government body for specific Covid-19 guidelines.

 We know navigating the Covid-19 quarantines is confusing so we’ve put together real-time dashboards to keep you up-to-date on inbound & outbound travel restrictions:

 outbound travel restrictions                                                        inbound travel restrictions

                                                    

 

Those who require emergency treatment and are not willing or able to check into a traditional hospital may contact our Customer Service Team for information on clinics in your area now accepting patients.

 Those who are planning to book or rebook an appointment when clinics again open for business, please be assured we are working closely with our clinic network to provide the earliest, best and safest service to you and your family. 

 We will soon provide you clear communication on which clinics have reopened and what they have implemented for  COVID-19 -ready best practices to ensure your safety and your trust!

 Please check back here frequently for further services and updates, or contact us at any time. Additionally, we’ve created a dashboard for you to keep up to date on current travel restrictions in the countries where our clinics operate. 

Our team is here to support you 24/7 through these challenging times.  Please do not hesitate to contact us via chat, phone, or email (care@dentaldepartures.com) at any time.


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Rossarin Phinyowan

My passion is travel and researching my next destination. I am a medical/travel writer and currently write content for Dental and Medical Departures.
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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be dental advice or instructions for dental diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your dentist or a qualified dental professional before starting or changing dental treatment