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News From Our Colorado Springs, Colorado Cosmetic Dental Practice

Your dental care is important for your overall health, and our goal is to provide the lowest risk environment to keep our staff and patients safe while continuing to provide excellent care. 

 

Dentistry has for decades been at the forefront of infection control, and our standard protocols include personal protective equipment, instrument sterilization, and cleaning protocols. We’ve taken additional steps to lower the risk of infection with COVID-19. We continue to follow all guidelines to make usre your visit is great.

 

If you missed an appointment or two, we invite you to call and schedule with us! You are so very important to us. We can’t wait to see you!

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Wonnacott and the team at Gleneagle Dental

 

 
New Building!

Big news here at Gleneagle Dental--we're building! We hope to be moving to the new office by the end of the year, and we'll keep you updated on the progress as we go. The new location will be 881 Reagan Heights, and you'll notice construction going on there now. We'll be on the lot just south of the Fairfield Inn on Struthers. It's just down the road from our current location, and we'll be so excited to welcome you there.

COVID-19 Information

We know you are aware of the current situation with COVID-19, and we are too. Both the American Dental Association and the Colorado Dental Association recommended On March 16 that dentists postpone all but emergency procedures, and so as of now our office will be closed for all regular appointments. 

 

Our top priority is the health and well-being of our patients, our staff, and our community. We miss seeing our patients, and want to reassure you that you will not be forgotten if you miss an appointment during this time! You are very important to us. We will call to reschedule when we are able to open, and we will also be opening Fridays and some Saturdays once we reopen to make sure that we can accomodate everyone. 

 

We will continue to assess our office plan as the situation unfolds, and will keep you informed. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we all work together for the good of everyone.

 

You can still call the office for the after hours number if you are in pain or experiencing a dental emergency. The ADA is asking dentists to continue to see patients with emergencies to keep hospitals and urgent care facilities free for other illnesses, and we will be happy to help you. 

 

Thank you for you loyalty and your own efforts to stay safe and healthy.

 

Dr. Wonnacott and the Team at Gleneagle Dental