Dentistry in Calif. unaffected by reopening rollback

By DrBicuspid Staff

July 14, 2020 -- California's move on July 13 to roll back its reopening plans due to surges in COVID-19 cases does not affect dental practices, according to the California Dental Association (CDA).

For now, "dentists are advised to continue to adhere closely to California Department of Public Health guidance, including the recommendation to have two weeks of [personal protective equipment] available, and to access the [CDA]'s Back-to-Practice Resource Center for training, checklists, and other tools to support dental practice during the pandemic," according to a statement from the CDA.


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