Emergency care

COVID-19 Update

April 30th, 2020

An update from Dr. Robertson and Dr.Phan: (March 19, 2020)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently suspending non-essential dental care.  As health care professionals, we have a role to play in "flattening the curve" and are following scientific public health advice. We are invested in the safety of this community and hope that by "social distancing" and conserving PPE for the frontline medical professionals, our efforts will be rewarded in the near future!

We will follow the guidelines from the WA state Department of Health and Governor Inslee with regard to re-opening.  We are anticipating an opening date of May 18th, 2020.  Please refer to this page for up-to-date information regarding our practice.

What about your existing appointment?

All appointments that are scheduled between now and May 14th are effectively cancelled and we have suspended our regular cancellation policy.  We value you and your access to dental care, and will be available for dental emergencies.  If you have an URGENT dental need, please call 425-395-4560 and leave a message for us.

We will be reaching out to those of you with cancelled appointments to reschedule your dental appointments over the next few weeks, once we are assured a re-opening date.

We are dedicated to protecting you and hope that you are safe and well in these uncertain times.

Cherry blossoms outside Gerberding Hall are nearly in full bloom.

April 19, 2020 - Chris, Ava and I took a "road trip" to the University of WA campus to enjoy the cherry blossoms.  It was a warm, but windy spring day as we toured the almost empty campus with Ava.  We were eager to show her our alma mater and the old, historic buildings, and reminisce about where our classes were and where we ate lunch and definitely where we studied and studied.

With the sunshine on our faces and the smell of the spring flowers and fresh air, we were quietly reminded to be thankful for all that we still have in this time of hardship.  We are healthy, we are safe with our loved ones and we are grateful to be a part of this community.  Hug your loved ones tight and we hope to see you soon!

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