COVID-19 and the Problem with Dental Aerosols

Katrina Sanders, RDH, BSDH, MEd

July 2020 Course - Expires July 31st, 2023

Web Only

Abstract

There are valid indications that the use of aerosols in dental hygiene and drilling procedures can exacerbate the risk of spreading COVID-19 to patients, dentists, and hygienists. Katrina Sanders, RDH, BSDH, MEd, will present a CE webinar June 29 addressing these concerns.

You must be signed in to view this webinar.

Login Sign Up

Registration on CDEWorld is free. Sign up today!
Forgot your password? Click Here!

Take the Accredited CE Quiz AND EARN 1 FREE SELF-INSTRUCTED CEU:

LOGIN    or    SIGN UP

Take the Accredited CE Quiz:

LOGIN    or    SIGN UP
CREDITS: 1 SI
COST: $0.00
PROVIDER: AEGIS Publications, LLC
SOURCE: Inside Dental Hygiene | July 2020
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Air Techniques; Dentsply Sirona - Preventative; Designs for Vision; PDT; Rowpar; ShieldVAC

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the types of aerosol-generating dental procedures and the risks of airborne infection transmission
  • Discuss best practices and protocols for safe delivery of care in the COVID-19 pandemic era
  • Review technologies and products that can optimize safety for practitioners and patients

Disclosures:

Ms. Sanders has received an honorarium from AEGIS Communications for her preparation and presentation of this program.

Queries for the presenter may be directed to jromano@aegiscomm.com.