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The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting us, our families and friends in many ways. When it comes to our oral health, some people are unsure on what to do if they have a dental emergency and others are seeking tips on how to spend the extra time at home to take better care of their health. During this stressful period, please refer to the questions and answers below in case you need advice or help.
Wherever possible we should all stay at home to stop the spread of Covid-19. However, if you are unsure and concerned about your dental condition, contact a dentist and ask for guidance. You can also find more information by accessing www.mouthhealthy.org/virus, the official American Dental Association web portal.
Here’s a guide to what you can reschedule for a time when your dentist has resumed normal operations, and what you should consider an emergency. If you’re not sure whether your dental care need counts as an emergency, call a dentist’s office. They can help decide if you need to be seen immediately. Below is some guidance from the American Dental Association website noted above: