AMMA CON General Construction Inc.

AMMA CON General Construction Inc. We possess valuable experiences with the various dental office (Oral, Hygiene) after buildup all over the GTA and surrounded cities. We are determined to provide the highest quality services all the time.

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Happy Canada 🇨🇦 Day
07/01/2021

Happy Canada 🇨🇦 Day

Happy Canada 🇨🇦 Day

Happy Father’s Day
06/20/2021

Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day

The combination of Cove & Recessed Lighting makes the view of your office very luxurious.#ammacon#renovation#dentaloffic...
05/22/2021

The combination of Cove & Recessed Lighting makes the view of your office very luxurious.

#ammacon#renovation#dentaloffice#canada#GTA#toronto#development#free_estimate#dentalchair#sterilozation#generalconstruction#medicaloffice#pharmacy#frontunit#backunit#delivery#tapmaster#panorexmachine#panoramicdentalxray#utilityroom#permit#OP#interiordesign#structuraldrawing#engineeringdrawing#citypermit.

05/20/2021

انجمن دندانپزشکان ایرانی انتاریو به منظور آگاهی‌رسانی در خصوص سلامت روان، برنامه‌ای به صورت پرسش و پاسخ با موضوع:

سرمایه‌های روانی ما در رویارویی با بحران‌ها (کرونا)‌

در تاریخ :

📌 شنبه ۲۹ می
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به میزبانی خانم دکتر نسترن ادیب‌‌ راد برگزار می‌نماید.

از کلیه اعضای محترم انجمن و سایر علاقمندان دعوت می‌شود با ثبت‌نام از طریق لینک زیر در این برنامه مجازی شرکت نمایند.

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انجمن دندانپزشکان ایرانی انتاریو

05/07/2021

Happy Mother’s Day!

💐💐💐

#happy #mothersday #mother #happymothersday #iranian #ontario #dental #iranianoda

Happy Persian New Year 🎊
03/18/2021

Happy Persian New Year 🎊

Happy Persian New Year 🎊

03/14/2021
03/14/2021
03/08/2021

Happy Women’s Day!
International women’s day 2021

#iwd2021 #womensupportingwomen #women #woman #womanpower #iranian #ontario #dental #association #iranianoda

03/05/2021
Happy Valentine’s Day
02/15/2021

Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day

Children are great little people. Their safety is our priority.
02/10/2021

Children are great little people. Their safety is our priority.

Children are great little people. Their safety is our priority.

Do you hesitate to renovate your office because you are not willing to postpone your schedule? Please call us. We have a...
01/24/2021

Do you hesitate to renovate your office because you are not willing to postpone your schedule?
Please call us. We have a solution for you.

Do you hesitate to renovate your office because you are not willing to postpone your schedule?
Please call us. We have a solution for you.

#ammacon #construction #renovation #marchbreak #dentaloffice #madicaloffice #pharmacy
01/15/2021

#ammacon #construction #renovation #marchbreak #dentaloffice #madicaloffice #pharmacy

#ammacon #construction #renovation #marchbreak #dentaloffice #madicaloffice #pharmacy

RECEIVING DELIVERIES• Wear gloves when collecting and/or accepting mail or packages.• Wipe entirely the exterior of ever...
01/08/2021

RECEIVING DELIVERIES
• Wear gloves when collecting and/or accepting mail or packages.
• Wipe entirely the exterior of every box delivered with a paper towel and soap and water solution or sanitizing wipe depending on your supplies.
ODA Return to Practice Toolkit (V5.0)
13

• Boxes remain untouched for 15 minutes prior to being opened.
• Clean all surfaces that were touched by the mail with soap and water mix or sanitizing
wipes.
• Contractors and dental supply repair should be screened the same as patients and enter through staff entrance, if possible.
• Consider a log recording all delivery and repair personnel and others for entry into your

RECEIVING DELIVERIES
• Wear gloves when collecting and/or accepting mail or packages.
• Wipe entirely the exterior of every box delivered with a paper towel and soap and water solution or sanitizing wipe depending on your supplies.
ODA Return to Practice Toolkit (V5.0)
13

• Boxes remain untouched for 15 minutes prior to being opened.
• Clean all surfaces that were touched by the mail with soap and water mix or sanitizing
wipes.
• Contractors and dental supply repair should be screened the same as patients and enter through staff entrance, if possible.
• Consider a log recording all delivery and repair personnel and others for entry into your

Wishing you and yours a safe, healthy, and prosperous new year!
12/31/2020

Wishing you and yours a safe, healthy, and prosperous new year!

Wishing you and yours a safe, healthy, and prosperous new year!

ODA Return to Practice Toolkit (V5.0)12• Remove unnecessary items. Remove magazines, brochures, toys, etc.• Remove or sh...
12/31/2020

ODA Return to Practice Toolkit (V5.0)
12

• Remove unnecessary items. Remove magazines, brochures, toys, etc.
• Remove or shut down coffee, drink or snack stations.
• Consider posting notices. Promote hand hygiene, physical distancing and cough etiquette.
• Update contacts. Know how to contact the local health department.
• Prepare washrooms. Post hand-washing instructions. Ensure adequate supply of soap (antibacterial, if possible) and dispenser for disposable towels for drying hands. Make a trash can with no lid available or a foot pedal.
• Clean and disinfect. Clean surfaces with detergent or soap and water prior to initial disinfection. Disinfect touch surfaces at least twice daily, including chairs, tables, door handles, light switches, clothes hangers, bathroom countertops and fixtures, staff-room surfaces, lab areas, etc. Use only Health Canada-approved disinfectants for use against COVID-19.
How to Wash Your Hands Sign (Public Health Ontario) Physical Distancing Fact Sheet (Public Health Ontario) Cough Etiquette Sign (Public Health Ontario)
CLINICAL AREAS
• Sterilization room and patient-care areas to be cleaned regularly, particularly those patient-care areas in which aerosol-generating procedures (AGP) are performed. Terminal cleaning should be carried out after AGP on patients who have tested or screened positive for COVID-19. This ideally should be assigned to a staff member not in direct contact with patients. See Appendix A for terminal cleaning for dental operatories after an AGP on patients who have tested or screened positive for COVID-19.
• Shock your dental unit water lines if you are returning from an extended break in practice. Consult the manufacturer’s instructions for proper product recommendations.
• Test sterilizers using a biological indicator with a matching control after a period of non- use prior to reopening per manufacturer’s instructions.
• Air compressor, vacuum and suction lines, radiography equipment, high-tech equipment, amalgam separators, and other dental equipment: Follow protocol for recommended maintenance as per manufacturer’s instructions.
• Only patients and necessary attendants allowed in clinical areas.
• Patients and staff should wear masks at all times if or when social distancing could be
compromised. Continue reading in an upon coming post....

ODA Return to Practice Toolkit (V5.0)
12

• Remove unnecessary items. Remove magazines, brochures, toys, etc.
• Remove or shut down coffee, drink or snack stations.
• Consider posting notices. Promote hand hygiene, physical distancing and cough etiquette.
• Update contacts. Know how to contact the local health department.
• Prepare washrooms. Post hand-washing instructions. Ensure adequate supply of soap (antibacterial, if possible) and dispenser for disposable towels for drying hands. Make a trash can with no lid available or a foot pedal.
• Clean and disinfect. Clean surfaces with detergent or soap and water prior to initial disinfection. Disinfect touch surfaces at least twice daily, including chairs, tables, door handles, light switches, clothes hangers, bathroom countertops and fixtures, staff-room surfaces, lab areas, etc. Use only Health Canada-approved disinfectants for use against COVID-19.
How to Wash Your Hands Sign (Public Health Ontario) Physical Distancing Fact Sheet (Public Health Ontario) Cough Etiquette Sign (Public Health Ontario)
CLINICAL AREAS
• Sterilization room and patient-care areas to be cleaned regularly, particularly those patient-care areas in which aerosol-generating procedures (AGP) are performed. Terminal cleaning should be carried out after AGP on patients who have tested or screened positive for COVID-19. This ideally should be assigned to a staff member not in direct contact with patients. See Appendix A for terminal cleaning for dental operatories after an AGP on patients who have tested or screened positive for COVID-19.
• Shock your dental unit water lines if you are returning from an extended break in practice. Consult the manufacturer’s instructions for proper product recommendations.
• Test sterilizers using a biological indicator with a matching control after a period of non- use prior to reopening per manufacturer’s instructions.
• Air compressor, vacuum and suction lines, radiography equipment, high-tech equipment, amalgam separators, and other dental equipment: Follow protocol for recommended maintenance as per manufacturer’s instructions.
• Only patients and necessary attendants allowed in clinical areas.
• Patients and staff should wear masks at all times if or when social distancing could be
compromised. Continue reading in an upon coming post....

RECEPTION AND WAITING AREA• Minimize contact at reception.• Consider adding a plexiglass screen for reception or enforci...
12/27/2020

RECEPTION AND WAITING AREA
• Minimize contact at reception.
• Consider adding a plexiglass screen for reception or enforcing physical distancing with furniture, etc.
• Use disposable pens when required or choose a specific type of pen that are only dispensed to patients so that you know not to use them again.
• Place markers on ground to encourage physical distancing from reception and other patients.
• Avoid using paper forms or accepting cash or cheques.
• Ensure patients’ ability to maintain physical distancing at reception desk. Focus patient activity at the front desk to a limited area. Disinfect the area after patient contact. Wipe down any tablets, card machines, or electronic devices after each use.
• Consider limiting the number of patients that are in the waiting room at one time.
• Only children and infirm patients may be accompanied. Accompanying persons should also be screened for COVID-19 symptoms.
• Create an area for patient registration, screening and hand sanitizing.
• Discourage staff sharing. Do not share pens, phone headsets, staplers, etc.
• Consider individual phone headsets for each front desk staffer to reduce virus spread through the phone.
• Provide a hand sanitation station upon entry into facility, with a notice to people to use it before entry into the rest of the office.
• Provide masks for those patients who do not have their own.
• Remove fabric surfaces and choose items that can be wiped down/disinfected.
• Promote physical distancing. Reduce the number of chairs in the waiting area, ideally, chairs are two metres apart. or post signs on chairs to “Do not sit” to achieve this distancing. Continue reading in an upcoming post..

RECEPTION AND WAITING AREA
• Minimize contact at reception.
• Consider adding a plexiglass screen for reception or enforcing physical distancing with furniture, etc.
• Use disposable pens when required or choose a specific type of pen that are only dispensed to patients so that you know not to use them again.
• Place markers on ground to encourage physical distancing from reception and other patients.
• Avoid using paper forms or accepting cash or cheques.
• Ensure patients’ ability to maintain physical distancing at reception desk. Focus patient activity at the front desk to a limited area. Disinfect the area after patient contact. Wipe down any tablets, card machines, or electronic devices after each use.
• Consider limiting the number of patients that are in the waiting room at one time.
• Only children and infirm patients may be accompanied. Accompanying persons should also be screened for COVID-19 symptoms.
• Create an area for patient registration, screening and hand sanitizing.
• Discourage staff sharing. Do not share pens, phone headsets, staplers, etc.
• Consider individual phone headsets for each front desk staffer to reduce virus spread through the phone.
• Provide a hand sanitation station upon entry into facility, with a notice to people to use it before entry into the rest of the office.
• Provide masks for those patients who do not have their own.
• Remove fabric surfaces and choose items that can be wiped down/disinfected.
• Promote physical distancing. Reduce the number of chairs in the waiting area, ideally, chairs are two metres apart. or post signs on chairs to “Do not sit” to achieve this distancing. Continue reading in an upcoming post..

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12/24/2020

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12/19/2020

یلدا مبارک!
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#یلدا #شب_یلدا #مبارک #یلدا_مبارک

Return to Practice ChecklistGENERAL OFFICE CLEANING• Clean surfaces with detergent or soap and water prior to initial di...
12/12/2020

Return to Practice Checklist
GENERAL OFFICE CLEANING
• Clean surfaces with detergent or soap and water prior to initial disinfection. Disinfect touch surfaces at least twice daily, including chairs, tables, door handles, light switches, clothes hangers, bathroom countertops and fixtures, staffroom surfaces, lab areas, etc.
• Enhanced cleaning should be done if there has been potential exposure to a patient or staff member tested or screened positive for COVID-19.
• Keep surfaces clear of items as much as possible and wipe down common areas frequently according to usage.
Cleaning and Disinfection for Public Settings (Public Health Ontario).... continue reading in an upcoming post.

Return to Practice Checklist
GENERAL OFFICE CLEANING
• Clean surfaces with detergent or soap and water prior to initial disinfection. Disinfect touch surfaces at least twice daily, including chairs, tables, door handles, light switches, clothes hangers, bathroom countertops and fixtures, staffroom surfaces, lab areas, etc.
• Enhanced cleaning should be done if there has been potential exposure to a patient or staff member tested or screened positive for COVID-19.
• Keep surfaces clear of items as much as possible and wipe down common areas frequently according to usage.
Cleaning and Disinfection for Public Settings (Public Health Ontario).... continue reading in an upcoming post.

PREPARING YOUR OFFICEWe recommend the following changes and protocols to enhance the existing infection prevention and c...
12/09/2020

PREPARING YOUR OFFICE
We recommend the following changes and protocols to enhance the existing infection prevention and control procedures currently in place. These will vary based on your practice layout. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, continued vigilance with administration and common area protocols, as well as clinical, is extremely important, especially in regions with higher levels of community spread... continue reading in upcoming post.

PREPARING YOUR OFFICE
We recommend the following changes and protocols to enhance the existing infection prevention and control procedures currently in place. These will vary based on your practice layout. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, continued vigilance with administration and common area protocols, as well as clinical, is extremely important, especially in regions with higher levels of community spread... continue reading in upcoming post.

Combination of wood, stone and glass design.
11/29/2020

Combination of wood, stone and glass design.

Combination of wood, stone and glass design.

11/29/2020

With full remote capabilities, I am able to provide you with expert mortgage advice from the comfort and safety of your home. Whether you're purchasing a home, investment property or vacation home, I will guide you through every step of the way with a lender and products you can trust. Call or email me today, I look forward to working with you.

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11/26/2020

It was a tremendous honoured of AMMA CON to be a sponsor of this outstanding symposium. And also, thanks to IODA for giving AMMA CON this great opportunity. I hope we can take this cooperation to the next level.

11/25/2020

It was a tremendous honoured of AMMA CON to be a sponsor of this outstanding symposium. And also, thanks to IODA for giving AMMA CON this great opportunity. I hope we can take this cooperation to the next level.

11/24/2020

Dear patients,⁠⠀
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Please note that all Altima Dental and Altima Dental partner clinics remain open under the most recent provincial government frameworks. We continue to adhere to all public health guidelines, and are committed to providing a safe environment for your dental visits. For more information on our #COVID19 protocols visit: https://www.altimadental.com/patientsafety/. #CareBeyondYourSmile

11/24/2020

After a week of record-high case counts in several provinces and a series of regionally-specific adjustments to public health restrictions, many regions moving into red and orange restrictions to help reduce numbers from climbing.

Now more than ever is it important to tighten your Infection Control processes.

www.rododonto.ca
#oralhealthcare #IPAC #dentistry #dentist #dental #dentalhygienist #ppesupplier

11/23/2020

Just wanted to let you know we remain open as an essential service. We look forward to seeing you for your appointment. Please see our website for the extensive changes we’ve made to our office for everyone’s safety. www.mercerstreetdentistry.com

Simple, Easy & Standard
11/23/2020

Simple, Easy & Standard

Simple, Easy & Standard

11/23/2020

Implications for Dentistry
The Provincial announcement does not alter the scope of care that dentists are permitted to provide, which continues to include in-person care for non-essential and elective services in addition to emergency and urgent care.

However, dentists practising in communities that are experiencing a high rate of community transmission and/or a high local incidence of infection face a number of increased risks, including the risk of providing care to a patient who is infectious but asymptomatic. Because asymptomatic patients may screen negative for COVID-19 despite being infectious, they increase the risk that COVID-19 could be transmitted in a dental practice.

www.rododonto.ca
#dentistry #dental #dentalcare #teeth #dentalimplants #oralhealth #dentalclinic #dentalhygienist #dentists #smilemakeover #dentistrylife #doctor #rdh #dentalassistant #medicine #infectioncontrol #ppesupplier #wipes #infectionprevention #ipac #n95mask #ppeproducts #ppesupplies #ppeshortage #hospital #masks #pp

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