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ADA Interim Guidelines

ADA Interim Guidance for Management of Emergency and Urgent Dental Care

COVID-19 and The Problem With Dental Aerosols

Dentistry is classified in the very-high-risk category of occupations involved with aerosol production. What does this have to do with COVID-19? Quite a lot. Here is the latest research.

COVID-19 and Self-care

Mental health issues are skyrocketing due to COVID-19. Here are some tips on creating and implementing a self-care plan for yourself.

Evaluating and Testing Persons for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Doctors' offices around the world on high alert for signs of the new coronavirus. Here's a quick refresher on what to look out for.

ADA COVID-19 Resources for Dentists

The COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on our daily lives is rapidly evolving. Here are some resources and guidance to help dentists navigate this unprecedented time for their practices, staff and patients.

ADA Summary of ADA COVID-19 Interim Guidance

An overview document about how this virus impacts dentistry and the resources available from the ADA.

ADA Interim Guidance for Minimizing Risk of COVID-19 Transmission

Get interim guidance on how to proceed before, during and after treating dental emergencies.

ADA Interim Guidance Flowcharts for Minimizing Risk of COVID-19 Transmission

Three flowcharts detailing processes to minimize COVID-19 transmission when treating dental emergencies.

COVID-19 State Mandates and Recommendations – Find Your State

View the latest state-by-state updates on procedure requirements and/or restrictions for dentists.

COVID-19 Coding and Billing Guidance

You may see some patients via teledentistry during the COVID-19 outbreak. This quick guide outlines different billing codes your practice may need to use.

OSHA Guidance Summary: Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

As employers, practice owners have a responsibility to ensure safe working conditions for staff. Here’s how the COVID-19 pandemic affects that responsibility.

Hand Hygiene for the Dental Team

An overview of effective hand hygiene practices that help reduce the risk of infection transmission.

A Guide to Emergency Procedures — Dentists

A guide to which procedures are considered emergencies and non-emergencies.

A Emergency Procedures — Patients

Help patients understand when they should — or shouldn’t — make a dental appointment.



April 9 - COVID-19: Navigating the Financial Landscape

Dr. Domenico Baldi

Mark Rosen, CPA CFP

COVID-19: Navigating the Financial Landscape

Thursday, APRIL 9 - 12:00 P.m. PDT / 3:00 P.m. EDT

NO CE AVAILABLE / 60 Minutes

March 17 - COVID-19 and other Respiratory Viruses: What Every Dental Practice Needs to Know

COVID-19 virus is spreading quickly in the U.S., a national emergency has been declared, but what does that mean for dental practices? Are additional precautions needed, and if so what type? What should practices do if there are shortages of personal protective equipment? What do employers do if an employee is infected and/or quarantined on suspicion of exposure? This webinar will answer those questions and many more, based on OSHA regulations, CDC and WHO guidelines. In this CE webinar, participants will learn how to access local and state health organizations for information updates and how to communicate with patients to reassure them about the safety of receiving dental care.

March 19 - ADA Webinar: COVID-19 Infection Control Protocols & Procedures

Infection control experts representing the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) provide the dental community with practical guidance and education as we all navigate the challenges that COVID-19 is presenting to our profession.

March 20 – ADA Webinar: ADA and OSAP Webinar

Infection control experts answer dentists’ questions on protocol and procedures in light of COVID-19

March 25 – ADA Webinar: Keep the Lights On – Protecting the Health of Your Practice

Big Buzz CEO Wendy O’Donovan Phillips on how to predict short- and long-term impacts on your business.

March 26 – ADA Webinar: 19 Ways to Defeat the Pandemic

Dr. Mark E. Hyman shares what you can do now and when you are back to work to help your practice survive — and thrive.

March 27 – ADA Webinar: Dental Practice Financial Issues Surrounding COVID-19

CPA Allen Schiff identifies what should be on your financial checklist and how the CARES Act impacts dentists.

April 1 – ADA Webinar - Teledentistry in the Era of COVID-19

Teledentistry experts Dr. Paul Glassman and Nathan Suter discuss reliable sources of information regarding telehealth and telemedicine as it relates to dentistry.

April 9 – Webinar - Four Ways to Stay Healthy During Crisis

With the latest research on active living – peppered with a little humour – you will uncover powerful reasons to revamp your health and fitness goals today. Learn and master three insider strategies to immediately increase your level of personal energy, resilience & immunity. This empowering and inspirational session will have you feeling rejuvenated, empowered and a sense that you’re going to be okay.

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