Dentists and the Coronavirus

Alpine Dental Health is an essential business and plans to continue treating your dental emergencies and urgent care needs during the novel coronavirus pandemic. We are listening to and employing recommendations from world and national health agencies, like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, as well as Governor Polis and the American Dental Association.

Protecting your health and the health of our team

Here are the steps we’re taking to safeguard your health and the health of our team during this difficult and uncertain time:

  • All rooms and equipment are cleaned and disinfected according to CDC Guidelines for Infection Control.
  • All elective procedures, surgeries and non-urgent dental visits have been postponed until at least April 30. Services are limited to urgent and emergency visits only at this time—thank you for your patience and understanding.
  • All patients and staff members are urged to stay home if they are experiencing fever, cough, difficulty breathing or have recently come in contact with someone with similar symptoms. We have given our wonderful staff additional paid sick days so they can stay home if needed.
  • Anyone in need of urgent and emergency dental care must be screened over the phone for symptoms prior to arriving at the office.

As mentioned above, our dental services are limited to urgent and emergency visits only at this time and we thank you for your patience and understanding. These changes help protect the health and well-being of you and our staff—so we can all stay safe.

If you or a loved one is in need of urgent dental services during this time of coronavirus guidelines, our wonderful team of dentists at Alpine Dental Health is here to help. Please see below for our office locations.

BOULDER OFFICE (303) 443-1146
Dr. Whitney Smith

DENVER OFFICE (303) 825-5527
Dr. Barry Taller

Dr. Seth Cowden

Dr. Mick McDill, Dr. Todd Rosenzweig, Dr. Mesa Roth 

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