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***COVID-19 / Coronavirus Update***

To Our Valued Patients at Robinson Orthodontics,

While the COVID 19 / Coronavirus has been discussed and reported extensively from a world and national prospective, it is now reaching our community. It is predicted by our local epidemiologists that in the next two to three weeks we will see a surge of infections within our community. The analogy has been given of a tsunami. The tide is out and all appears calm today, but the water is rushing in.

In our continuing effort to limit the spread of the COVID 19 Virus, and in cooperation with local, state and federal recommendations and orders, we are temporarily restricting appointments to the following types:

1.  Orthodontic-related pain that cannot be comforted with wax or over-the-counter pain relievers.
2.  Clipping or adjustment of an orthodontic wire or appliance that is piercing or ulcerating the mucosa.
3.  Trauma to the mouth and/or braces that requires urgent attention.
4.  Replacement of Orthodontic Retainers that are broken, lost or are not fitting properly.


If you are uncertain whether or not your situation is an orthodontic emergency, please contact me directly at (541) 295-0667.

Our team at Robinson Orthodontics will proactively be reaching out to our patients who have scheduled appointments and assist them with rescheduling at a future date.

This is a challenging time for everyone in our community and throughout our country and the world. We appreciate your understanding and are grateful for your support and cooperation. We are here to serve you! Please stay healthy and safe!

Sincerely,

Dr. Jon N. Robinson, DMD, MS

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If you are visually impaired website reading software can help read the website content to you. Website reading software like ChromeVox, which is an addon extension to the chrome website browser can help. There are also other website readers that work with a computers operating system (OS) that provide more universal coverage outside of website browsing.

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