Your Guide To Dental Visits Post-COVID-19
In addition to the everyday protocols to keep our office up to OSHA standard
In areas with moderate to substantial community transmission, during patient encounters with patients not suspected of SARS-CoV-2 infection, CDC recommends that dental healthcare personnel (DHCP):
  • Wear eye protection in addition to their facemask to ensure the eyes, nose, and mouth are all protected from exposure to respiratory secretions during patient care encounters, including those where splashes and sprays are not anticipated.
  • Use an N95 respirator or a respirator that offers an equivalent or higher level of protection during aerosol-generating procedures.
  • Added language that protective eyewear (e.g., safety glasses, trauma glasses) with gaps between glasses and the face likely do not protect eyes from all splashes and sprays.
  • Included additional guidance on physical distancing and how to respond to SARS-CoV-2 exposures among DHCP and others.
Your Guide To Dental Visits Post-COVID-19
In addition to the everyday protocols to keep our office up to OSHA standard.
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