We Are Open

  • Routine Treatment Available

  • No walk-ins available

  • By appointment only

  • Limited scheduling 

  • Social distancing enforced 


If you had a non-emergency appointment that was scheduled  before the shelter-in-place order was placed on March 18, please consider it cancelled if we do not confirm it with you. We are not able to reach all patients to reschedule appointments due to limited staffing. We appreciate your patience and understanding, and apologize for the inconvenience.


Dates below are subject to change based on county health directives


Starting May 4 Only emergency and urgent dental care patients will be seen

Starting May 18 Soft reopening, scope of procedures will expand to routine care

Starting June 1 All regular treatment will resume as normal; pending clearance from our local, state and national dental association and if proper PPE supplies are available

  1. Call or text (650) 871-1400 when you arrive on the premises.

  2. Wait in your vehicle or the building lobby for your appointment

  3. You will be called up when your treatment room is ready.


Note: Only patients with an appointment or a guardian accompanying a minor will be permitted into the office.

Masks are Mandatory

Masks are required before entering the office. Due to limited supplies you must bring your own. All staff will also be wearing protective gear. 

Social Distancing

Stay at least 6 feet apart from other patients and the staff. If possible, come to your appointment alone. You may be asked to wait in your vehicle.

Multiple Screenings

You will be screened before and at appointment for symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness. Stay home if you are sick or caring for someone who is. 

Temperature Checks

Upon arriving at your appointment, your temperature will be checked by our team. Our team’s temperatures will  be checked & logged twice daily.


Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice. We will be complying with the latest social distancing protocols and sanitation guidelines to minimize risks to patients and staff including: pre-screenings, temperature checks, contact tracing, physical barriers, and more. Please observe all signs and follow instructions from staff in order to keep you and our practice safe.

These infection control guidelines are recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  If you have any questions or concerns about our protocols, please let anyone of our team members know.

Before Your Appointment

  • You will be asked to report any signs or symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, shortness of breath, dry cough, headache, diarrhea, lost sense of smell and taste, and chilblains in extremities (localized swellings and discoloration of extremities)

  • You will be asked if you have been in contact or is caring for someone with signs or symptoms of COVID-19

  • If possible, please do not bring any family or friends with you. Seating will be limited. 

  • Bring a face mask. It will be required to enter the practice. 

  • You may be asked to sign or review forms electronically prior to your visit.

  • Your dental health care team will also be screened upon arrival to the office.

  • Your operatory will be cleaned and disinfected, and common surfaces in the practice including those in the restroom and receptions area are regularly disinfected.

During Your Appointment:

  • Hand sanitizer will be available to you at the door and it will be required before entering.

  • Wear your face mask prior to entering the office. It is mandatory.

  • Upon your arrival, your temperature will be checked at the front desk.  

  • You may be asked to wait in your vehicle until your provider is available.

  • All staff including non-clinical members will be wearing masks and possibly other personal protection equipment.

  • Please respect social distancing and physical barriers during your visit. 

  • Physical contact with materials including pens and paperwork will be limited.

  • Dispose of any waste including any empty water bottles, gloves, used tissues into receptacles

  • You may experience additional equipment including intraoral and extraoral high volume evacuation during treatment.

  • Your provider may change treatment procedures in an effort to reduce exposure. For example, your hygienist may use primarily a hand scaler and ultrasonic scaling in select areas.

After Your Appointment:

  • Your operatory will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. 

  • Any disposable equipment will be properly disposed and instruments will be disinfected in an autoclave (high temperature pressurized oven).

New Patient Hotline

Call: (650) 273-4323


General Info  

Call/ Text : (650) 871-1400

South San Francisco Dental Care

2400 Westborough Blvd, St. 205,

South San Francisco, CA 94080


Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm         

Saturdays  by appointment

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