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Being involved in clinical activities did not increase risk of COVID-19, study says

BOSTON, US: During the pandemic, the majority of dental professionals had to cease their dental activities in order to slow down the spread of COVID-19. The...


Battery-powered air respirator may protect staff and patients against SARS-CoV-2

CHESTERFIELD, UK: The pandemic has been ongoing for over a year now, and there is still a strong need to protect healthcare and scientific staff from ...


New study examines extent of occupational risk of COVID-19 in UK

BIRMINGHAM, UK: To fill a research gap, researchers have recently examined whether dental professionals are, in fact, at an increased risk of becoming ...


COVID-19 misconceptions: Disease prevalence among US dentists remains low

CHICAGO, U.S.: Since the beginning of the pandemic, dentistry has been deemed unsafe as dental professionals run a high risk of SARS-CoV-2 spread through ...


Interview: “Attempting to make my own shield seemed like a productive use of time"

The pandemic has caused professional and private challenges. However, some people managed to use this downtime to stimulate their creativity and to test ...


Researchers stress importance of appropriate PPE selection during COVID-19 pandemic

OPORTO, Portugal: A recently published paper, which is the second of a three-part series on the management of COVID-19 in clinical dental care settings, ...