We have been hard at work training and preparing our office to start seeing our patients again and we look forward to welcoming you back starting June 1. We’ve missed you!! And by the response we have received this past week, you have missed us also. We hope this message finds you and your family in good health and we are working diligently to get many of you caught up on your oral health.

Your safety is of the upmost importance to us. Our office follows the infection control guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Dental Association (ADA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our affiliation with these organizations ensures that we are up to date with the latest recommendations and guidelines.

As you know, infection control has always been a top priority in our office and you will notice some additional measures that we have implemented based on current guidelines.

Here is what you can expect:

Prior to your appointment:

You will receive an email or text to fill out any necessary forms online.  This will make it more convenient for you and eliminate any paperwork in the office. One of these forms will be a COVID-19 screening questionnaire.

Upon arrival to our office:

We ask that you please call us when you arrive and to wait in your car until we either call you or wave you in. Please wear a face mask. We will provide one for you if you don’t have one. Your temperature will be taken in the foyer. Only the patient should come in for the appointment if possible. One caregiver or family member may come in with the patient and they must wear a face mask and will be screened.

At your appointment:

You will be asked to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and then use a mouth rinse prior to your dental care. During your appointment you may notice some different devices that we will be using to help reduce any aerosol that may be produced.

We are excited to see you again and know that even though you may not see our entire face, know that we are smiling and happy to be back providing your dental care.

Schedule Your Appointment Today!

At the offices of James R. Stewart, Jr., DDS, PC, we look forward to providing you with comprehensive dental services for optimal oral health. We look forward to creating lasting, caring relationships with each of our patients for pleasant visits and lifelong satisfaction. Please contact us at your earliest convenience to schedule an appointment with Dr. Stewart at our Livonia office located on Middlebelt Road. We proudly serve patients of all ages from Livonia, Farmington Hills, Farmington, Plymouth, Northville, Novi, Dearborn Heights, Dearborn, Garden City, Westland, Redford, and surrounding communities.

We are working through rescheduling patients who had appointments canceled while our office was closed. Fill out the form below to join our appointment waitlist.

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