COVID-19 Screening Questions and Appointment Confirmation

Please review the information below and and make sure to confirm your appointment by replying “Confirm” to the text message you have likely received or call the office.  We are required by State of Michigan OSHA to screen our patients for COVID-19 before and during your appointment. THANK YOU for your patience and understanding as we strive to maintain a safe environment for everyone!

1. In the last 14 days have you had any symptoms of COVID 19?
(fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, diarrhea, chills, muscle aches, headaches, or loss of
sense of taste or smell)

2. Have you been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 2

**If you have any COVID 19 symptoms or have been exposed to COVID 19 please call our office at 989-224-2319 regarding your appointment.** 

3. We are following the CDC and Michigan Dental Association guidelines for healthcare offices and require ALL employees, patients and visitors to wear a mask. 

4. When you arrive for your appointment please verbally check in at the front desk. You no longer have to call from the parking lot. 

If you are unable to make your appointment, it is important that you call us at 989-224-2319 as soon as possible so we can make other arrangements.

​Thank you and we look forward to seeing you.


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Our Covid-19 Safety Measures

As we welcome you to our office, we want to reassure you that your safety is our number one goal.

We are following advice and guidance from the CDC, State of MI OSHA and the Michigan Dental Association to keep you, our other patients and our staff safe from infection.

Our safety protocols include:

  • We will ask you screening questions during confirmation for your appointment and before we begin care.
  • We will continue to follow CDC and Michigan Dental Association guidelines and require all patients, visitors and staff to wear a mask inside our office.
  • We will be employing different clinical techniques and tools to reduce the production and spread of aerosols during your dental care. For some of our patients these techniques will not be new. We will continue to use air filtration in all rooms.
  • Our dentists, dental assistants and hygienists will continue to wear extra personal protective equipment including face shields and gowns.
  • You will be asked to report any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 to our office within 14 days of your visit.
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Temporary Parking and Entrance Details for September 24-28

Map for Temporary Parking and Entrances at Koenigsknecht DentistryPlease be aware that both of our parking lots will be under construction from September 24th until September 28th.  There is public parking on Clinton St, Cass St, or in the courthouse parking lot. The closest entrance will be up the steps from Cass Street to our temporary north entrance.   You could also park in the Smith-Osgood Chapel parking lot (if there is not a funeral) and then come up the ramp and use our regular patient entrance.

If you have any questions or concerns call our office at 989-224-2319.

Thank you for your cooperation during these few days.

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Dr. Erin Scherer Joining Koenigsknecht Dentistry

Dr. Erin Scherer of Koenigsknecht Dentistry

We have some exciting news to share with our patient family. As many of you know, Dr. Don retired in April and although he may be taking care of patients from time-to-time, we are pleased to announce that a new dentist will be joining us this month. Her name is Dr. Erin Scherer (pronounced like the singer Cher) and she has been practicing for over 4 years in Lansing. She’s an MSU Honors graduate and went to dental school at the University of Minnesota. She lives with her husband and 1 year old son Trip in Bath – where she grew up. We are very excited to have her join us and continue our tradition of quality dentistry and treating you like family.

Learn more about Dr. Erin here.

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Teaching St. Johns Area Students about Dental Health

A student’s thank you note illustrating Dr. Nick’s demonstration of how to properly brush using our very own “Ally the Alligator.”

This month both Dr. Nick and Dr. Jonathan were able to visit area classrooms and teach children about taking care of their teeth. Doctors discussed with the children how nutrition can affect dental health and gave the students tips on how to care for their teeth, including brushing for two minutes twice a day and flossing. Thank you to Mrs. Casaletto’s Riley Kindergartners, Mrs. Daman’s St. Joe Bekindergartners and to St. Johns Little Wings/Adventure Club for having us!


Dr. Jonathan teaches children about dental hygiene at St. Johns Little Wings.

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