Keeping You Safe

We’ve missed you and your smile!

We are open for all dental care.

We appreciate your patience throughout the coronavirus crisis as we’ve had to adjust the care we were able to provide. With restrictions now lifted, we have resumed all dental care and can get back to caring for you and your smile!

It’s understandable to wonder whether it’s safe to go to the dentist during the coronavirus crisis. Rest assured that we are doing everything we can to ensure your visit is safe. While we had to temporarily close some practices during the pandemic, we continued to operate at others in order to provide emergency dental care to those in need. Our teams are well-equipped and experienced in keeping our practices safe.

How We’re Keeping You Safe

We have always followed standard protocols issued by the CDC and ADA to help protect our patients and team members from communicable diseases like the coronavirus. We’ve also implemented several extra measures and screening procedures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure your health and safety.

Social Distancing and Screening

  • Patients are asked to wait in their car as opposed to entering the welcome area.
  • Visitors are limited to patients and, if necessary, one parent, guardian or translator.
  • The following health and safety screening is conducted prior to every patient appointment:
    • Have you been sick in the past 3 weeks?
    • Have you had close contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 or experiencing symptoms?
  • Frequent temperature checks are conducted:
    • All patients’ temperatures are taken upon arrival.
    • All team members’ temperatures are taken daily.
    • Sick team members remain at home.
  • Team members maintain a 6-foot distance from each other.

Personal Protective Equipment

  • All clinical team members wear
    • N95, KN95 or Level 3 surgical masks with face shields
    • Eyewear with side shields
    • Gown or lab jacket
  • All non-clinical team members wear reusable or surgical masks.
  • All patients are given protective eyewear.

Sterilization and Disinfection

  • All team members wash hands frequently.
  • Food items, magazines, books, toys and other clutter have been removed from common and clinical areas.
  • Countertops, door knobs, tables, chairs and other common surfaces are wiped down often.

While we are doing everything we can to ensure your safety, we also ask for your cooperation in keeping our practices safe. If you have a fever or are experiencing any symptoms of a communicable disease or have had contact with someone who has, please reschedule your appointment.

We are excited to see you again soon!

Abbeville Special Needs Dentistry
2420 Quaker Ave
Lubbock, TX 79410
806-701-5066

Amarillo 45th Street
3630 SW 45th Avenue
Amarillo, TX 79109
806-223-2886

Amarillo Grand
3300 E Interstate 40 Suite J
Amarillo, TX 79103
806-372-3076

Amarillo Washington Street
1915 S. Washington, Space 100
Amarillo, TX 79109
806-553-8400

Big Spring
307 West 16th Street
Big Spring, TX 79720
432-267-8000

Central Lubbock
3801 50th Street, Suite 13A
Lubbock, TX 79413
806-300-8523

Denture Care Center Amarillo
3630 SW 45th Avenue
Amarillo, TX 79109
806-223-2886

Denture Care Center Big Spring
307 West 16th Street
Big Spring, TX 79720
432-267-8000

Denture Care Center Central Lubbock
3801 50th Street, Suite 13A
Lubbcok, TX 79413
806-300-8523

Denture Care Center Odessa
2631 Faudree Road, Suite B
Odessa, TX 79765
432-339-4444

Levelland
701 8th Street
Levelland, TX 79336
806-894-3535

North Lubbock
405 Slide Road
Lubbock, TX 79416
806-712-4082

Odessa
2631 Faudree Road, Suite B
Odessa, TX 79765
432-339-4444

Odessa East
2499 E 11th Street
Odessa, TX 79761
432-337-7951

South Lubbock
5255 79th Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
806-794-7171

West Lubbock
6319 82nd Street Suite 500
Lubbock, TX 79424
806-300-8989