I tell patients there is clean energized air inside my dental office, so feel safe while undergoing dental treatment.
I am thankful for patients who come into my dental office.
Your safety and comfort is our primary concern.
Diligent research led me to place a clean air machine in my dental treatment rooms.
During the first COVID-19 quarantine, dentists closed their offices and stayed home as requested.
My news channel reported dental patients were filling up hospital emergency rooms.
So the American Dental Association requested dentists treat dental emergencies.
Hospitals were at capacity treating patients stricken with COVID-19.
You can remove your mask and feel safe in my office.
Clean air machines provide a safe environment in order to treat dental patients.
I make it clear to patients and staff we can reduce airborne pathogens.
So how do we reduce the danger of viruses inside my dental office?
You reduce viruses and other pathogens with clean air machines.
Years ago I was told to search the web for ways to stay safe during a pandemic.
And this is what I found in my research.
Grave robbers in the early 1900s used essential oils for protection from the Bubonic plague.
Drops of essential oils were placed in a scarf wrapped around their nose and mouth.
To this day I place Peppermint, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree Oils in my scarf.
I wrap it around my neck to take advantage of essential oils powerful anti-viral properties.
The fumes from the oils greatly reduce chances of inhaling a virus.
Search the Internet for a blend of oils known as “Thieves Oil Blend.”
This blend of oils provides protection and safety from viruses.
Research for yourself which essential oils are known to be anti-viral.
Pregnant mothers, children under the age of 18 and hypersensitive individuals are not candidates for taking the new COVID-19 vaccine.
Protection for these patients must be well thought out and implemented regarding what is available today.
And what is available now are clean air machines and essential oils.
Don’t forget proper nutrition, hydration, rest and exercise are also good immune system boosters.
And remember to visit our clinic for preventative care, where there is clean energized air inside my dental office.
From the Diary of my Enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S.