Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, we have had no choice but to temporarily close our doors at Dhingra Orthodontics and cancel existing appointments. While we are as eager as ever to help existing and future customers achieve a happier and healthier smile, the situation is simply out of our hands.
We are maintaining full compliance with federal and state mandates. For now, that means we are unable to see anyone in person. We greatly appreciate your understanding during this time. This is a critical moment in combating the spread of COVID-19. It is everyone’s responsibility to practice social distancing and increased hygiene so that we can flatten the curve and help save the lives of those at risk.
At the moment, we are unable to give a date of when we may resume regular business. In the meantime, we will still be monitoring our phones. Please give us a call if you have any questions:
Bellefontaine: (937) 592-2211
Springfield: (937) 399-0022
Beavercreek: (937) 705-5757
What Current Orthodontic Patients Should Do During Quarantine
If you’re currently undergoing orthodontic treatment, there is no need to worry. Though we can’t see you for adjustments or checkups at the moment, your braces/aligners will continue to do their job. Simply follow the recommend guidelines given by your orthodontist, and you will be just fine.
Should an issue arise, or you have a question you need answered, please give us a call or send us a chat through the website. Just click the chat icon in the bottom right corner, and we will respond as soon as we can.
Once again, we thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented situation. We know that it’s not ideal for anyone, but it’s important to remember why we’re doing this. The threat of COVID-19 has proven to be very real, and this is our best chance to stop it from wreaking havoc upon our country.
We firmly believe that we will get through this, and soon enough, you’ll be able to visit us again for braces or Invisalign in Beavercreek, Springfield, or Bellefontaine. Until then, please stay safe and follow the recommended protocols.