COVID-19 Pandemic Impact in Dentistry

According to the American Dental Association, very few dentists or dental practice employees have been infected by COVID-19.

As of today, we all got vaccinated, yet we keep taking the necessary precautions which include:

1. Pre-screening our patients(temperature and symptoms).

2.Encourage physical distancing.

3.Implementing universal infection control and use of extra PPE.

4.We purchased and use negative pressure ventilation units that purify the air in the office and operatories. 

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us.

Stay healthy!

 

Author
Dr. Aviram Shmuely

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