COVID-19 Policy/Procedures – We are OPEN.
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COVID-19 Policy/Procedures Update

We hope you and your family are healthy and enjoying the warmer months! It has been great to see many of our patients return with smiling faces.

At Welborne, White and Schmidt, we continue to stay up to date with the ADA and CDC recommendations regarding dental practices and are taking steps to ensure the health and safety of our employees and patients. We are aware of the mask mandates that have been lifted for various businesses, however according to the CDC, this does not apply to dental/medical facilities. Our office still requires all patients wear masks when entering our office, even if fully vaccinated. If you do not feel comfortable wearing a mask, you may wait outside or in your vehicle and we will be happy to come get you when it is your turn.

We are aware that sometimes masks are an inconvenience and eagerly await the day we can all be without them again.