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Sachar Dental NYC - COVID-19
COVID-19 Dental Office Precautions we are taking:
- Medical grade air purifiers with HEPA filters in every room.
- Social Distancing with adequately spaced out appointments.
- Hand sanitizers throughout the office.
- Touchless temperature check and Covid-19 screening of all patients.
- Disinfecting wipe down of credit cards before and after swipe.
- Sneeze guards at reception area.
- Full PPE gear -N95 masks, gowns, face shields.
- High speed evacuation suction for all procedures.
- Medical grade disinfectant wipe down of all surfaces.
- Strict CDC guidelines are adhered to.
What Our Patients Are Saying....
"Dr Sachar's office continues to excel, before and during Covid" ---Darren. T, Google
"This Dental practice has always impressed me with it's level of service and cleanliness, so I wasn't surprised to arrive for an appointment to have everything up to new normal standards and protocols. Amy does an excellent job as your Dental Hygienist, taking her time and explaining everything to you. Dr. Wong gives a thorough and expert exam." ---P.H. Google
"Been going to Sachar Dental for years. Always a great experience with great staff. The extra precautions they've taken due to COVID are top notch and helped settle any nerves or anxiety going to the dentist for the first time since the pandemic started."--- A.B. Google
"I've been going to Sachar Dental for a few years now and they are consistently great. I had really missed being able to go during the lockdown, but I just went back for my first cleaning since they re-opened and not only are they just as great as ever, but they are clearly taking safety precautions super seriously. They took my temperature when I came in, the waiting room was fully set up for social distancing and also had a big hand sanitizer dispenser right in the middle, and they whisked me right into my cleaning and checkup. Everyone is wearing full PPE and I felt super safe and as comfortable as ever. And just as efficient and friendly as ever. Now if I could just get in the habit of flossing..." K.G. Google
I just came back from my first dental appointment, post-reopening. My May appointment was cancelled, of course, as the office was closed as they were figuring out how to open. This appointment prompted other numerous firsts since March 10th - my first subway trip, my first trip to Manhattan, my first ride in a commercial elevator. While those events caused me some anxiety, I felt the opposite in Dr. Sachar's offices. I felt completely at ease with all of their safety precautions and never felt in any way compromised or at risk.
I was the only patient in the waiting room where they had restricted seating capacity to 2 and installed high plexiglass shields around the front desk. After getting there, I waited only 1 minute and was then called immediately back to the procedure room by my dental hygienist who was wearing an N-95 mask, a face shield, gloves and a hair covering, which appeared to be the standard for any non-office personnel. They also had installed high pressure air vacuums positioned near my face that would suck aerosolized droplets from my mouth/nose. The room had been thoroughly cleaned before I got there and would be upon my leaving. For payment, my CC was taken through a small opening in the plexiglass, wiped down with disinfectant wipes and handed back to me with a tissue.
The only major concern for me are the small elevators that have been limited to 3 people. Personally, I feel the limit should be 2 as the elevators feel about 4 X 6 feet at most. I waited to go up to the office until I could ride solo, @3 minutes. Otherwise, I felt as if I was in a very protected state. Thank you!
I started visiting Dr Sachar's office when I relocated to NYC based on the recommendation of a good friend. I thought I would never replace my awesome dentist in Minneapolis who provided excellent service and a great chair-side manner, but I am happy to say that Dr Sachar's office fills those shoes. Thanks!" D. S. Google