Wednesday, January 13th, 2021


Dear Patients,

The RCDSO has confirmed that health care providers, including dental offices, can remain open. Dental services are deemed essential health care services in this second state of emergency in Ontario scheduled to take effect on Thursday, January 14th, 2021 at 12:01 am. For this reason, our office will remain open, and your appointments remain as scheduled.

If you will not be attending your dental appointment as scheduled, our office still requires 48 hours notice of cancellation to avoid a missed appointment fee. Our practitioners have reserved this time for you and prepared for your appointment in compliance with the COVID19 precautions outlined by the Ministry of Health, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO), Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC), and College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario (CDHO).

Please be respectful to the essential workforce who bravely continues to come to work every day to serve you and keep you healthy amidst this pandemic.

Your safety and health continues to be our top priority!

We are here for you.

Team Health

All Caradoc Dentistry team members will be screened daily BEFORE reporting to work for any COVID symptoms or potential exposure to COVID19. Team members have their temperatures checked reporting to and before leaving work.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

All Caradoc Dentistry team members will be wearing additional personal protective equipment (PPE). This protects the team member and the patient. Team members will be masked at all times. Additionally, receptionists will greet you from in behind plexiglass barriers. During aerosol generating procedures, your dental practitioners are wearing additional personal protective equipment such as face shields, goggles, gowns, gloves, and N95 masks.


Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice. Our infection control processes ensure that you are both safe and comfortable. Dental offices already use hospital grade sterilization equipment and disinfecting agents. You may have seen some of this equipment in the sterilization bay in the heart of our office. A dedicated team member in our office is responsible for ensuring the rigorous sterilization and record keeping for all the dental instruments is maintained.

Operatory Disinfection and Air Purification

Operatories have always been cleaned and disinfected before and after each patient. Provisional doors have been put in place to prevent any aerosols generated during a procedure from making their way into the hallways or waiting room. After a patient has been treated, the room is kept closed and empty for a specific amount of time to allow our filtration systems to purify any aerosols by 99.9%. This is possible at Caradoc Dentistry because we are equipped with HEPA air filtration units ("High Efficiency Particulate Air" filtration). These hospital grade units, in conjunction with a modern HVAC system allow our patients and team members to breathe comfortably, confidently, and safely in our office.

Office Disinfection and Physical Distancing

Waiting room chairs have been separated by at least six feet to ensure safe physical distance. All magazines and toys have been removed from the waiting areas. The point of sales terminal is swiped with hospital grade disinfectant wipes before and after each patient use. Credit and debit cards are the preferred forms of payment at this time. Non-treatment areas are disinfected frequently throughout the day, including but not limited to door handles, faucets, toilet handles, and countertops. Pens dispensed for signing documents will be swiped with hospital grade disinfectant wipes before and after each patient use. Numerous signs have been posted throughout the office to remind and encourage patients and team members to maintain a safe physical distance of two metres or six feet (aside from when rendering treatment to a patient in the operatory at which point the dental practitioner will wear the appropriate personal protective equipment to keep the patient safe).

New Appointment Procedures and Patient Health

Do not come to the office if you are sick. Patients will be seen by appointment only. Walk-ins are not permitted; please instead call our office.

We NEED verbal confirmation of your appointment. Note this is a major change in process. This is required because we are mandated by Public Health to screen all appointed patients for symptoms of COVID19 prior to their appointment and at the time of their appointment. Text messaging options will at this point be suspended. If an accommodation is required, please contact our office.

Patients are required to wear a mask or face covering from home when entering the office, waiting for their appointment, and on completion of their appointment when checking out. Patients are asked to sanitize their hands or wash their hands frequently throughout their visit. Hand sanitizing stations have been added in the vestibule and throughout the office.

Patients are asked to come alone to their appointment unless an accommodation is required (such as, a parent accompanying a young child receiving dental treatment or a patient who requires a translator or personal assistant).

Your temperature will be recorded upon entering the building.

Dental ‘Cleanings’ or Scaling Appointments

Care provided by our dental hygienists has resumed. Please do not hesitate to contact our office to schedule/re-schedule your next dental ‘cleaning’ appointment.

Be strong and well!

Thank you in advance for your co-operation and patience.


Dr. Max Kemmerling

Dr. Tyson Mailman

Dr. Adam Ferrera

& Team at Caradoc Dentistry



Office Hours

  Monday 8:30AM - 5:00PM
  Tuesday 8:30AM - 7:00PM
  Wednesday 8:30AM - 5:00PM
  Thursday 8:30AM - 5:00PM
  Friday 8:00AM - 1:00PM
  Saturday CLOSED
  Sunday CLOSED

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