Gar N. Chan, DDS, INC
Today our staff participated in the mandatory accredited continuing education courses for dental licencees in Infection Control and the California Dental Practice Act presented by long time consultant, Tom Terry. Every time when Tom visits our office, he looks at our equipment, goes through our instrument drawers, and critiques and inspects our safety and infection control prototcols. At the end of each visit, he makes recommendations and advises us of upcoming changes in OSHA and those made by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Thanks, Terry, for sharing your expertise and for your invaluable on-site visits.
Most of all thank you for helping us to keep our patients and ourselves safe.
With the help of local flooring expert, John Tomasello, and his team, we replaced our commercial grade carpet which ran throughout the office with a water proof insulated stone based faux wood planked tile. Our new flooring has no fibers, grout lines, or embossing that can trap dust, pollen, particles, animal dander, and allergens that occur with carpets. This flooring is the best choice for allergy sufferers and will contribute to healthier indoor air quality. We are proud to offer an eco- friendly and clean environment within which to treat our patients and to work. Please feel free to stop by and visit us.
This was an urgent phone call from Dr. Chan’s brother-in-law, but over the years the call has been repeated many times from others. During the middle of the night while going to the bathroom a patient, who was a model, slipped and fell on the tile. Another patient fell and tumbled down the stairs. A young boy crashed his bike and his face into a gate. Each suffered from a fractured front tooth. If it ever happens to you, call our office at Gilroy Office Phone Number 408-847-1234 or Dr. Chan’s emergency number at 408-505-5957 for counsel, care and advice. Find more detailed instructions on emergency care on our website at /dental_emergencies/broken-tooth/.
Originally a harvest festival, Thanksgiving has evolved over the years as a national holiday celebrated on November 23rd. Whether it is spent giving thanks, feasting, with family or friends, watching football or parades, or time spent in quiet reflection, it is a personal choice.
Dr. Chan and his staff, Rhona, Sandra, Susan, Michelle, Cyndi and Susan B – all wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! We offer our profound thanks to all of our patients, past, present and future for their trust and patronage in our services and skills.
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