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Do you have an emergency consultation during the COVID-19 contingency?

by Wildsmile

There are activities that, due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19, have to be postponed, others have to be cancelled, but there are some that have to be continued. One of these is emergency dental consultations. Dentists, like any other medical professional, will continue to treat patients in case of an emergency. If you wonder: what if I have a condition that requires immediate medical attention? You can rest assured that in our clinics at Wildsmile you will be treated with the highest standards of safety, hygiene and sanitation, to safeguard your health as well as that of your dentist. It is very important for you to know that emergency dental consultations will be limited exclusively to: serious infections, severe pain, considerable bleeding, abscesses and trauma.

At Wildsmile we take care of your mouth!

If you require an urgent dental consultation, we assure you that you will be attended with the best health practices recommended by the institutions, having as main objective to maintain a high level of hygiene in the personnel and in the areas of the clinic, such as

- Compliance with all protective health regulations.

- Proper use of dental equipment.

- Constant and careful disinfection of the areas of the clinic, as well as of the equipment, utensils and tools.

If your dental problem is not urgent, we also have the remote dental consultation modality, which you can check by clicking here.

What if you have had coronavirus symptoms?

Before scheduling your emergency dental visit, your dentist will first make sure you do not have any symptoms of possible COVID-19 infection, so he will ask you a short questionnaire, in which he will ask you if you have had a fever higher than 37.3 °C in the last 14 days, if you have recently travelled in contagious or quarantined areas in the last 14 days, if you have been in contact with an infected person, if you have a dry cough, muscle pain, difficulty in breathing and headache in the last 14 days. If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, your dentist will ask you to stay home and will postpone your appointment until your symptoms have disappeared. It is very important that you be honest in your answers, so as not to put others in danger.


Tips for your dental emergency consultation

- Be punctual

- Come alone

- Wash your hands for 20 seconds after you enter your clinic.

- Don't shake hands, hug or kiss your dentist.

- Follow all instructions given to you when you arrive at your clinic.

- If possible, pay by debit or credit card to avoid contact with physical money.

At Wildsmile we want to join forces and be a bridge in this time of crisis and uncertainty, providing solutions that will help us all to overcome this situation. Together we can make this happen! If you would like to request a dental emergency appointment, please click on the following link.

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