COVID-19 Update (5/8/23)
The American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have changed some of their recommendations regarding COVID-19. Based on these updates, we are revising some of our guidelines and retaining others. Please rest assured that the health and safety of all our patients and staff remains a top priority. Below is a list of our current policies.
- We NO LONGER require that you wear a mask/face covering inside the building – masks are now OPTIONAL. Please respect those who choose to wear a mask/face covering in our practice.
- We CONTINUE to ask that if you are feeling sick, regardless of vaccination status, please stay home and notify us immediately that you need to change your scheduled appointment with us. Our office will help reschedule your appointment to a different day.
- Our office will continue to follow Standard Precautions as outlined by OSHA. Our clinicians will CONTINUE to be garbed in personal protective equipment throughout your appointment; treatment rooms will CONTINUE to be sanitized between patients; and all instruments will CONTINUE to be sterilized after use. We are committed to providing a safe environment for both our patients and our staff.
- We NO LONGER require that you use sanitizer or wash your hands upon entering the office; however, we will CONTINUE to have hand sanitizer available to you at multiple locations in our office if would like to use some.
- We are NO LONGER asking that you remain in your car and call or text prior to entering our practice. We are happy to announce that our doors are unlocked again and encourage you to come right in upon arrival.
- We NO LONGER require you to answer COVID-19 screening questions and complete a temperature check upon entering the building.
- We NO LONGER require a screening if you have traveled by public transportation within two weeks of your appointment.
Keep in mind that we might need to update the policies listed above based on both the prevalence of COVID-19, both in our area and nationwide, as well as the recommendations of the ADA, CDC, and OSHA. We will notify you of any changes so that you know what to expect at future appointments.
Supporting Our Community
We believe in supporting local programs and charities in our community.
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Amherst Fire Dept.
Amherst Fourth of July Celebration
Amherst Garden Club
Amherst Holiday Tree Lighting Festival
Amherst Junior Woman’s Club
Amherst Lion’s Club
Amherst PTA Annual Play
Amherst Police Dept.
Amherst Recreation Dept.
Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Souhegan Valley
Bridges for Peace
CBM Cares Luau
Crotched Mountain Foundation
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Friend’s of the Amherst Town Library
Greater Nashua Dental Connection
Home & Hospice of Milford, NH
Community Hospice House Merrimack, NH
Kim J. Cates Memorial Scholarship Fund
Kitty Angels Annual Craft Fair
Holiday Toy Store (annually since 1987)
Gateways Community Service
High Mowing School
Hollis Elementary PTA Auction
Honor Flight New England
Milford Crop Walk
Milford High School Robotics Team
Milford Rotary Club
Milford Wadleigh Memorial Library
New Hampshire Food Bank
Pan Mass Challenge (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
Post 74 Legion Baseball (Brookline, NH)
Share Food Bank
Souhegan High School First Robotics Team
Souhegan High School Hope for Gus Fun Run
Souhegan High School Project Graduation
Souhegan PTA Annual Play
Souhegan Scholarship Foundation
Special Olympics of New Hampshire
Susan B. Koman Walk to cure Breast Cancer
Trinity High School Annual Golf Tournament
Wilton Destination Imagination
Wilton Lyndeborough High School
Wounded Warrior Project