Like other small businesses around The Woodlands, dentists were forced to close their doors and are beginning to reopen now that Gov. Gregg Abbott has given them the go ahead.
However, while strategies are in place to keep the number of patients limited, some practices have noted concerns when it comes to moving forward.
Drs. James and Samantha Tejada, who own Woodsprings Dentistry, said the hardest part of the coronavirus was letting their employees go. The Tejadas opened Woodsprings Dentistry in December and had to close after only being operational for a few months. The office reopened May 4 after being cleared by the state May 1.