On the Domestic Oral Healthcare System

USA Perspectives

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  1. They may not know it yet, but your dentist needs a favor

    If anyone out there has the capability of receiving responses to dental questions asked of the American Dental Association, please ask this: One way COVID-19 is reportedly spread is via tiny aerosol droplets that remain suspended for a short time within a couple of feet of an infected person who coughs or sneezes.

    When one considers the aerosol cloud produced by dentists’ high speed rotary handpieces, which provide air and water to keep teeth cool, it seems dentists and staff are probably experiencing an increased risk of infection than most other healthcare providers. Has this been confirmed yet?

    Dental personnel and our families deserve an answer, even if the increased risk of catching COVID-19 is unavoidable to those who provide dental care.

    Darrell Pruitt DDS


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