Articles Related to Dentistry in COVID-19 Era

Research by the American Dental Association Science & Research Institute and Health                                  Policy Institute have shown that less than 1% of dentists nationwide have tested positive                              for COVID. This means that all the precautions dental offices are taking -- enhanced infection                          control and increased attention to patient and staff safety -- are working.

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ADA study finds COVID-19 rate among dentists less than 1%


The report referenced the findings of a German study of 40 hospitalized COVID-19 patients published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology in May. It concluded that patients with elevated IL-6 levels were 22 times more likely to suffer respiratory failure and require mechanical ventilation.  


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Shingles, asthma, migraines and quarantine fatigue: The stress of the pandemic has manifested in a variety of physical ailments. The latest evidence of this is a rise in cracked teeth.


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