Monday May 11, 2020 business will resume with our office hours being Monday – Friday 8:00 – 5:00. Dr. Tortorich and his staff have met all the guidelines and requirements presented by the WHO, CDC, and the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners. Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the protection of our patients as well as our staff is our priority. Feel free to address us with any of your concerns. Thank you for being patient with us through this pandemic.
Please take note of our latest COVID-19 protocol.
You will be screened for a fever as soon as you enter our building. As you check in with our receptionist you will be asked the following questions.
1. Have you had a fever, cough, or shortness of breath. (temp of 100.06 or above)
2. Have you travelled in the last two weeks to a foreign country or have you been in contact with anyone who has done so with in the last 24 hours.
3. Come alone or with only one adult if possible if patient is underage.
Thank you for being patient with us as we work to keep this office a safe environment.
Dr. Tortorich, his wife, Torre, daughter Allyson, and son in law Justin all traveled to Europe to visit four countries and 10 cities in twelve days. The trip was a great adventure, but very exhausting. Dr. Tortorich had to go back to work to get some rest.
Dr. Tortorich and Brandy, financial coordinator, wearing blue on National Autism Awareness Day April 2, 2018.
Brandy has a nephew who has autism.
Myth: Soft drinks don’t damage teeth.
You may be shocked to learn that drinking your favorite carbonated beverages can cause irreversible damage to your teeth. The acid content of all carbonated beverages can damage the enamel of your teeth. Try to limit your consumption.
Dr. Tortorich and staff treat patients at Arkansas of Mercy in Monticello. This charity event is held annually in different areas of the state.
Dr. Tortorich’s staff celebrates Halloween and dresses up as the Doctor himself!