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Digital Screenings, PPE and No Waiting Rooms — How COVID-19 is Changing Dentistry

May 15, 2020
by Rachael D'Amore, MSN

Dentistry clinics, like many businesses, shut down operations in mid-March when the coronavirus pandemic took hold of Canada.

Two months later, they are wrestling with how to reopen and stay safe — Natalie Archer included.

“It’s going to be a gamechanger for dentistry,” said the Toronto-based dentist. “Everything is going to be slow. A slow, steady, deliberate approach.”

But with reopening somewhere on the horizon in Ontario, accessing the safety equipment needed is the newest challenge.

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