Updated Appointment Protocol

September 24, 2021

Welcome back to Catonsville Comprehensive Dentistry here at 1122!!

What a challenging time is has been!  We are happy to be back and look forward to getting you back on track with your oral health.  We have thoroughly evaluated the clinical research and developed a new protocol for our procedures so that we can continue to care for you, our practice family, safely.  We have always taken our infection control seriously with our instrument sterilization that is above the government standard and triple disinfection protocol for cleaning rooms between patients.  You may have noticed new protective equipment.  We have stronger impenetrable masks, expanded hours to minimize interactions.  Masks will be worn so, at least for the time being, you will be seeing our smiles mostly in our eyes.  We know that this will pass but for now, we are practicing under strict practice guidelines.  We appreciate your cooperation in keeping our staff, our patients and community safe and healthy.

Please follow these guidelines for an exceptional, safe patient experience:

1.       Our appointment confirmation reminder system will be continue to be used.  It will be important that we speak with you the day before the appointment.  We will be asking you screening questions over the phone. 

2.       We have a virtual waiting room available to stay in your car until you are ready to be brought back.  We do have space for 5 people appropriately distanced in our reception area for those uncomfortable with being in their car.

3.       Masks will be worn by everyone in the office, staff and patients.  For the patient, this is until treatment is ready to commence and then replaced immediately after. 

4.       We ask that only the patient enter the office.  The exceptions are: for one parent to accompany a child(of course) or if the patient needs mobility assistance. 

5.       Check out will be streamlined and nearly hands free. 

6.       We appreciate any feedback, concerns, questions you have so please do not hesitate to ask!

7.       Delaying needed dentistry and preventive care is detrimental to your dental and general health.  With the above protocol, you can safely take care of your dental needs before they can become a costly emergency.



Please be advised that per CDC guidelines, patients are required to report any symptoms or COVID-19 testing for up to 14 days following your visit with us.


We look forward to seeing you!  Stay well!

Dr. Mohler, Baronas, Drown, Winter and our amazing staff family