• Dental office staying positive amid new safety practices
    In the dental office, advanced safety equipment is required including several masks and a face shield, as worn by Dr. Fisher, right, and dental assistant Holly Schwab, left.

Dental office staying positive amid new safety practices

Despite layers of protective gear and rigorous new procedures, an optimistic spirit still radiates from Rossford dentist Dr. Tim Fisher.

Face to face with patients who could be breathing the virus onto him and his staff has made their work challenging, but he chooses to focus on the positives amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Rossford’s been so good to us for 50 years—we’re so blessed,” he said. “And our patients tell us they are so grateful we’re open.” During the state-ordered

During the state-ordered shutdown of dental offices, he was only seeing patients for emergencies. But after being closed for about six weeks, he was more than ready to reopen May 1.

 

 

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