Temporary Closure & FAQ
We’re committed to making every patient experience safe, and we believe this is the right thing to do after hearing from our team members.Estamos todos juntos en esto, y queremos hacer nuestra parte para proteger a nuestros pacientes y miembros del equipo al unirse a los esfuerzos para la distancia social.
During this current height of the flu season, Parklane Dental is suspending all regular dental treatments at Arcadia y al Temple City until April 19th. We will open our offices on April 20th until further notice from government health departments.
We are actively working to assist all patients with their appointment. If you need to, stay at home. For any dental emergencies, do not hesitate to give us a call!
What appointments are affected?
Our regular dental treatments are cleanings, orthodontic checkups, and cosmetic treatments. sin embargo, our dental team is available for urgent dental care and dental emergencies.
What will happen to my regular appointment?
Our Treatment Coordinators will be reaching out to help you reschedule for another time.
Will my appointment be delayed again?
We are closely monitoring the evolving situation from CDC and state health departments. In case of further changes, we’ll update you as soon as we can. Please give us a call and we’ll be happy to assist you.
I have a dental concern. What should I do?
If you need to speak with a doctor, we can schedule an online appointment with Dr. Para Eric. During the online consultation, you can remotely ask us your dental questions, and we can address your dental concerns while you stay safer at home.
Visita nuestra teledentistry FAQ for more info.
I have a dental emergency. What should I do?
Llamanos – we are on the line to take care of you! We will walk you through your concerns, and our dental team is available if you need immediate dental treatment.
Visita nuestradental emergency and urgent dental care page para más información.
What is urgent dental care or a dental emergency?
If you have the following, call us immediately to take care of your emergency. If you are unsure, Dr. To is available to answer your question.
- painful swelling in or around your mouth
- pain in a tooth, dientes, or jaw bone
- issues with temporary crown
- broken or knocked out teeth
- gum infection or bleeding that doesn’t stop
- snipping or adjusting braces wire that hurt you
What should I know for COVID-19?
We are sure that you have been watching the news of COVID-19, but always follow the recommendations and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
What do I stay safe?
During the height of this cold and flu season, la same practices from CDC that stop the spread of these common illnesses are recommended by CDC.The best way to prevent exposure to cold and flu is to follow these time-trusted tips:
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water often and regularly. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are also effective.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Put distance between yourself and other people.
- Stay home when you are sick and seek medical attention when needed.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your elbow. Wash your hands afterwards if you use a tissue.
- Get plenty of rest, drink plenty of fluids, eat healthy foods, and manage your stress and fitness to keep your immunity strong.
I feel sick. What should I do?
If you feel sick, stay home and contact your medical provider for accurate and expert advice. por dental emergencies, do not hesitate to give us a call.
Where can I learn more about COVID-19 in Los Angeles County?
You can visit the LA County Public Health Department for information and resources such as case updates, testing, and public orders.
As a part of our commitment to your safety, we are closely monitoring the latest update from government health departments. Your health and safety is our top concern, so do not hesitate to call us regarding your concerns.