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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all dental offices were advised by dental authorities in Ontario to provide only emergency and essential treatment - effective immediately. We will be closing our office until April 6th. This is the best decision for our patients and community as a whole - to practice social distancing, limit the virus spread, and protect the health of our staff, patients and community.
Emergency cases for our existing patients will still be seen during the closure, subject to mandatory COVID-19 screening. If you have a dental emergency we are here to help you. Please contact the office as usual.
We will respond to all your emails, phone calls and voicemails as usual.
Our dentists are currently reviewing the schedule to determine which patients have an emergency treatment scheduled. One of our staff members will be in touch within the next two days to discuss your individual situation.
All hygiene/cleaning appointments are postponed. If you currently have a hygiene or cleaning appointment scheduled within the closure dates we will be reaching out to you shortly to rebook these from April 6th onwards.
We are closely following the guidance and advice from the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Centre of Disease Control, the World Health Organization and other global and provincial health agencies.
As these are complicated times, things are changing quickly and we’re committed to keeping you informed. Let’s all do our part, and we will get through this together!
Dr. Tuli, Dr. Jha and the team at Burlaok Centre Dentistry
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