© Institute of Stomatology, Riga Stradins University

67455586

Mo-Fri 8:00-20:00
Sat 9:00-15:00,Sun: closed

Procedure for patient appointments


Dear patients! In order to create a safe environment for the patients and employees of the clinic, in accordance with the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 662, the clinic has adopted the following procedure for admitting patients:

  • Acute patients should contact the reception (phone +371 67455586 or in person at reception) to make an appointment on the same day or next day.
  • A vaccination or recovery certificate must be presented for scheduled surgical manipulation or dental treatment under general anaesthesia or sedation. Persons who do not have the above-mentioned certificate must present a negative Covid-19 test valid for 72 hours.
  • Please come for your appointment without accompanying persons. For children - one accompanying person.
  • Please come to the Institute wearing a medical mask or FFP2 respirator.
  • Please keep a 2-metre distance inside the Institute.
  • Remember to wash and sanitize your hands.

In student clinics from 18th of October 2021:

  • Patients, who have an interoperable certificate that confirms the fact of the receipt of a Covid-19 vaccine or recovery from Covid-19 infection, shall be admitted at student clinics.
  • Children must present a laboratory-confirmed negative Covid-19 test, valid for 48 hours, or an interoperable certificate that confirms the fact of the receipt of a Covid-19 vaccine or recovery from Covid-19 infection.

You will not be seen by a doctor:

  • If you have any symptoms of an upper respiratory tract infection – rhinitis, cough, elevated body temperature, sore throat, breathing problems – or are feeling unwell.
  • If you are required to stay in self-isolation or quarantine.
  • The Institute of Stomatology will neither see patients who within the past 10 days have returned from abroad*.

*Information of the provisions of self-isolation

Cabinet Regulation No. 662, “Epidemiological Safety Measures for the Containment of the Spread of COVID-19 Infection”