At this moment our community comes together to help with the flooding of the lower townsite areas. The Government of Alberta tentatively gave us a tentative date for May 14th to reopen for dental services however, the Alberta Dental Association is putting together a new protocol to ensure the health and safety of everyone, during these times of uncertainty.
Before we can open, we need to ensure the clinic is ready. Along with the safety of our staff and patients. This will be determined by the protocols set by our dental association. Until then we are still here for dental emergencies. Our staff is looking forward to seeing all of our patients again.
To ensure a safer reopening, the following elements must be in place for the first stage of relaunch via GoA:
We must ensure the sacrifices we have already made are not wasted. To be successful, we must stay vigilant to slow the spread: follow public health measures, practice physical distancing and good hygiene, and continue acting responsibly.
Stay safe and healthy.
Doctors and staff Stoney Creek Dental
201 – 100 Riverstone Ridge
Dr. Yohannes Melkie obtained his
Biomedical Science degree from the University of Ottawa and his Doctor
of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Western Ontario. After graduation, he moved to Fort Mac,
where he has practiced since.
Dr. Melkie follows various conferences and training sessions to stay current so he can provide the best quality treatment to his patients. He enjoys collaborating with patients to ensure they get the best care.