Introducing a higher safety standard:
When you walk into Daydreams, you can rest assured that you and your family are entering the cleanest, safest environment. Our new safety protocols and technology upgrades raise the bar for healthcare safety. Daydreams is among the country’s first dental practices to introduce UV-C pathogen control technology by UV Angel.
Here’s what we’re doing to ensure your safety:
UV Angel Air
UV Angel Air is an environmental treatment system that uses ultraviolet light to automatically and continually treat the air in our facility and neutralize harmful pathogens. It works by drawing contaminated air containing viruses, bacteria, and fungi into a sealed UV-C chamber where they are quicly neutralized. Clean, treated air is then circulated back into the room 24/7/365. The results show elimination rates up to 99.99%.
UV Angel Surface Technology
Computer keyboards and essential tools that are shared can increase risk of spreading viruses and bacteria. UV Angel’s Adapt Series uses intelligent, automated UV-C that safely and continuously detects and neutralizes surface contamination at a cellular level, killing at rates greater than 99%. The platform is designed to operate hundreds of times throughout the day, providing a safe, disruption-free workflow.
All patients and visitors will be required to wear a face mask when entering the building. If you do not have a face mask, one will be provided for you.
When you enter Daydreams, look into the themal imaging screen located just inside the door to take your temperature (do not remove your face mask). A green light will indicated that it is safe to enter. If you have a fever (indicated with a red light), we ask that you leave the building and call us to reschedule your appointment.
Next, our entrance is equipped with an automatic, no-touch hand sanitizer to clean your hands before entering the treatment area.
For your peace of mind, Daydreams team members are required to have their temperature screened and to wash their hands upon entering the office. Team members will not report to work if they show signs of illness. Team members are also required to wash their hands prior to seeing each patient. Medical PPE equipment is available for our team and all clinical members (doctors, anesthesiologists, nurses, and dental assistants) will be using N95 masks for their protection and yours.
In between patients, treatment rooms and equipment are thoroughly cleaned with hospital-grade disinfectant and all instruments are sterilized.
Our facilities are cleaned daily. This includes our standard practice of disinfecting all surfaces (door knobs, light switches, handrails, countertops, computers/tablets, etc.) in accordance to Touch Point Cleaning best practices and Green Seal Certified Cleaning Program GS-42.
We are committed to following applicable health and safety guidelines and are constantly monitoring for updates.