In order to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19, and in compliance of the recommendations of the American Dental Association and the North Carolina Dental Board, I have decided to postpone providing all electives and non-urgent dental care at least through the end of April. Our office will remain open with limited hours, and we are available to provide emergency care as well as all care that should not be delayed. If you have an appointment with our office scheduled in April, we will be calling you to discuss the nature of your upcoming treatment, and whether it is in your (and our) health's best interest to delay your treatment. While we realize this can be an inconvenience to many of our patients, we hope you are understanding that we are doing our part to "flatten the curve" and slow the spread of the virus. As a reminder, our office always has met and will continue to meet and exceed the CDC guidelines for infection control. There is no factor more important in this decision than the health and well being of our patients, our staff, and our families. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to call or text us at 704-782-2400 and we will respond as quickly as we are able. Best Regards Eric T. Moskowitz, DDS
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