Herald Square Dental and the Denture Center are now open to provide essential services to the community. According to the notice, dental clinics will remain closed in containment areas, but teleconsultations are available and patients can seek ambulance services to travel to the nearest COVID dental center. To understand the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on dental treatments, a study was conducted with 395 dentists. The research revealed that telemedicine and triage could be useful tools to assess patients' conditions before a dental visit.
Additionally, the use of a rubber dam is mandatory during dental treatments to reduce the risk of contagion. Furthermore, 84.8% of respondents believe that dental protectors can be beneficial in limiting the spread of airborne and aerosol infections. Tooth extraction is an unpleasant experience, but dental implants can help with this. It is important to plan ahead and organize available dental resources during and after the pandemic, as untreated dental conditions in children can have long-term health implications.
We follow guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Dental Association (ADA).