Starfish Dental
Introduction
Thank you for visiting our website! We are continuously working to improve the accessibility of content on our website in order to better serve our clients. If you have trouble seeing our website, we recommend reviewing the resources listed below to help optimize your computer and browser to improve your online experience:
The guides above, referenced by the ada.gov website will help you customize your particular web browser and computer to achieve the best results. The GDW site is designed to be able to be read aloud, navigated by keyboard only, allow increased or decreased text size, or changing of its colors for your accessibility needs.

Closed Captioning
Closed captioning (CC) provides a visual display of text that is synchronized with the video presentation and audio tracks. The term “Closed” indicates that the captions are not visible unless they are activated by the user.

Learn how to turn captioning on and off for YouTube by clicking here.

Increase Text Size
To increase text size in most web browsers simply hold down the Ctrl key (Command key on a Macintosh)and press the + (plus) key to increase text size or - (minus) key to reduce text size.

Additional Information
If you do encounter an accessibility issue and the recommendations above do not meet your individual needs, we invite you to contact our office at (757) 481-3893 for assistance.

We welcome any feedback on how to improve the site’s accessibility for all users. It is our goal to develop a website that is accessible to everyone!

If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (757) 481-3893
View the ADA Accessibility Statement

A Note about Coronavirus

We want to thank each of you for your continued support and well wishes.
Dr. Zapatero has been in contact with leading dental infection control researchers.  Current studies from around the world have clearly shown that there have been ZERO transmissions of ANY diseases (bacterial or viral) linked to aerosolized particles produced during a dental procedure. NONE!  Universal precautions already in place have kept both patients and our staff safe.  We have more than a thirty-year safety track record and continuously implemented new safety control measures.  That being said, we have taken additional measures to enhance our protocols. We will continue to monitor the data and research because we understand that one day a link "MAY" occur.  Everyone's well being is our concern.