A recent study published in the Journal of Dental Research marks the first COVID-19 testing survey of asymptomatic patients in a dental setting. The paper showed the potential for dental offices to be viable and powerful locations for public health surveillance. The authors of the study identified dental offices as a good location for research for several reasons.
New York State dentists are invited to join us for four webinars in May covering risk management, common claims, and defensive dentistry. One of these events is worth four CE hours! Read the event details in this blog and register now to reserve your spot.
The oral cavity is an important site for COVID-19 infection, a recent study in Nature Medicine found. The researchers set out to better understand the "involvement of the oral cavity" in COVID-19. What they found has implications for the growing understanding of COVID-19 and the continued global effort to reduce the transmission of the virus.
From making employment decisions, to risk management strategies, to choosing a professional liability carrier, our "Tips for New Dentists" series has covered important information as you prepare for your first year of practice. Now, we want to focus on that very first day. What can you do to make it as smooth as possible? Here's how to set yourself up for success.