Update 05/14/2020: We are open! Read about our procedural changes for future appointments. We are looking forward to seeing our patients again soon. In the meantime, stay safe and take care of yourselves!
Update 05/12/2020: We have officially reopened for restorative treatment and are hopeful hygiene will be added soon. We are still limiting the number of patients in the office at one time and prioritizing urgent treatment – but if you are interested in getting on the schedule please call 503-482-2160.
Things look quite different around the office and we’re working on a post outlining all the changes so you know what to expect when you come in for an appointment.
Update 05/04/2020: We will begin to see a limited number of patients this week for urgent treatment. If you are interested in getting on the schedule please call 503-482-2160 or email email@example.com.
Update 04/24/2020: We are aware of Governor Brown’s announcement that dental offices can reopen as soon as May 1 but we’re still evaluating guidance from the CDC and ADA and are in the process of acquiring PPE and other supplies to ensure the safety of our team and patients. So while we cannot commit to a reopening date yet, we are working hard towards that goal. In the meantime we can still treat dental emergencies so please call if you need us.
Hope everyone is staying safe and well.
In accordance with Governor Brown’s Executive Order 20-10 mandating health care providers postpone all elective and non-urgent procedures, our office will be closed until further notice.
We are still equipped to treat dental emergencies on a case-by-case basis so if you are experiencing dental pain please call 503-482-2160 and when prompted, press 1 to reach Dr. Zeller.
If you have an appointment coming up, we ask for your patience until we know how long the closure will last. Once we have a reopening date set, we will contact you to reschedule.
In the meantime, the best way to reach us is by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Reach out anytime with any questions, just note our response time will be slower than usual.
We are working on some fun updates for you on social media during the closure so please consider giving us a follow:
We hope you and your loved ones are staying healthy. We can’t wait to see you again soon in better days.