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March 28, 2022 News Blogs

How to Prioritize Health and Safety as a Dentist

by Kate Sheppard

Visiting the dentist on a regular basis is important for good oral health maintenance and management. Before the pandemic, dentists were seeing patients anywhere from every 3 months to every 2 years, depending on the individual’s requirements. However, since the

October 29, 2021 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice Management

Speaking Up About Safety Incidents: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

by Michelle Budd, D.D.S, Patient Safety Consultant, dentalcorp

With the colder weather approaching, I begin to think of the many times I’ve (quite literally) been on a slippery slope. Have you ever noticed that when we slip on ice, often the first thing we do is look around

Airing it Out: How Dental Offices Can Improve Safety and Patient Peace of Mind
July 29, 2021 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice management

Airing it Out: How Dental Offices Can Improve Safety and Patient Peace of Mind

by Marshal Sterio, Surgically Clean Air Inc.

Every aspect of our lives was completely upended in March 2020 when the novel coronavirus first reached Canada, and in a matter of days all of us had to adjust to a “new normal” that was anything but normal. The

May 13, 2020 News News

OneLocal Releases COVIDsafe.Services

by OneLocal 

New platform is a free tool for dentists to share their compliance with COVID-19 safety standards    OneLocal commissioned a survey of 1,072 respondents to understand how consumer behaviour is changing with COVID-19. The survey found that 80 per cent

September 6, 2016 News Dental OfficeNewsPractice Operations

A Lesson Learned in Office Safety and Nitrous Oxide

by Mohit Priyadarshi, Inquisitr

An elderly Ohio man shot himself at the dentist’s office after mistaking a pistol for his phone while under the influence of nitrous oxide, according to ABC affiliate WKRN-TV. James White, a 72-year-old man living in Clark County, Ohio, went

September 9, 2011 News Pharmacology

FDA advisers consider time limit for bone drugs

by ken

From Reuters Health Information September 9, 2011 — ADELPHI, Md. (Reuters) – U.S. health advisers are considering a time limit for taking a class of drugs used by millions of women to prevent bone fractures, due to concerns over unusual fractures