The Air That You Breathe: Improving Air Quality in Dental Settings Info
Dental teams have always faced a number of potential pathogens including aerosol-transmitted diseases. SARS-CoV-2 shed new light on aerosol-related hazards in dental settings and illuminated the need to improve the quality of air in dental settings.
As our new normal continues to evolve, dental teams need to become more knowledgeable about the functionality of air ventilation in dental settings.
Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:
• Discuss the relationship between air quality and disease transmission
• Review recent findings on air quality and airborne transmission of COVID-19
• Identify current trends, recommendations, and regulations
• Examine strategies for air decontamination and improving air quality
Ensure that you follow best practice for CDC infection control guidelines & training so you can protect your patients while operating at maximum efficiency.
For more assistance contact, your local Hayes representative to help ensure that your staff and practice are compliant with your local Hayes Handpiece representative