Looking at the bright side of a bad situation, I have identified the positive effects of COVID on dental practices. Here’s the brief video:
The dental professional is waging a ferocious war against COVID-19, the invisible enemy. To prepare for battle, dental professionals have Zoomed, webinared, phoned, e-mailed, texted, talked, reflected, discussed, shared, learned, and shopped. To reopen, dental practices have masked, barriered, digitized, cleaned, covered, sprayed, wiped, sanitized, decontaminated, autoclaved, air purified, suctioned, UVed, and fogged. Patients are … Continue reading United We Stand
Have you been on Zoom lately? Last year Zoom was averaging about 10 million participants per day. Now they are getting 200 million participants per day. There was a survey recently about telemedicine that asked if people would use telemedicine for any reason to access the healthcare system. Two-thirds said “yes.” We now have a … Continue reading COVID’S Big Impact on Dentistry: Teledentistry
St. Louis and New Orleans, two cities with fairly comparable populations, have a huge disparity in the number of coronavirus cases. Coronavirus Cases, March 26, 2020, 8:30 a.m. Central Time: St. Louis (population 319,000) 69 cases. New Orleans (population 391,000) 997 cases. These statistics are for the respective cities only, not the surrounding areas. Similar … Continue reading Reopening the Office: A Tale of Two Cities
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