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COVID-19 Updates

COVID 19 Resources for Dentists

The Governor’s new proclamation issued May 18, 2020 and the Governor’s medium website provides information for Reducing Restrictions on, and Safe Expansion of, Non-Urgent Medical and Dental Procedures.

The ADA, OSHA, and CDC, have published guidelines for healthcare providers. Here are some additional links.
CDC - Strategies to Optimize the Supply of PPE and Equipment
CDC - Clinical Care Guidance for Healthcare Professionals about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
CDC - Infection Control Guidance for Healthcare Professionals about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
DOH – Resources for Healthcare providers



Provider Relief Fund Now Open for Phase 3


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has started Phase 3 of the Provider Relief Fund (PRF). Applications are open through Nov. 6, 2020.
https://www.hhs.gov/coronavirus/cares-act-provider-relief-fund/for-providers/index.html?language=es#how-to-apply

Phase 3 will impact:
Newly Eligible: Dentists who began practicing Jan. 1 – March 30, 2020.Add-on Payment: All dentists who previously received, rejected or accepted payment from the PRF can submit more information to become eligible for an additional payment.Corrections: All dentists who previously received, rejected or accepted a PRF payment and did not receive approximately 2% of annual revenues from patient care will now receive this amount, plus their Phase 3 allocation.
https://success.ada.org/~/media/CPS/Files/COVID/HHS_Provider_Relief_Fund_FAQ.pdf
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Prevention is the foundation of all dental care. Dentists focus on treating the cause of oral disease, not just the results of oral disease. Preventing disease and trauma is the dental professions first task and its other task is providing care when prevention fails.

The goal of the dental profession is to eliminate oral disease by preventing infection (caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, and pulpitis). Dentists attain this goal by teaching their patients about the destruction oral bio-films, or plague, can cause if left to organize.

Dentists seek to discover and diagnose their patients' individual risks for oral disease and develop a preventive treatment plan that their patients can learn and then implement.

When a dental restoration or dental filling, is required, a dentist chooses a dental restorative material to artificially restore the function, integrity and morphology of missing tooth structure. The missing tooth structure typically results from caries or external trauma. Dental restorations may be fabricated out of a variety of materials.

Learn more about dental restorations.

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