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Dentists are back in Pennsylvania (with a big condition, and some big limits)

Dentistry is back. Kind of.

Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said during her daily COVID-19 news briefing Friday that she is releasing guidance that would permit some non-emergency dental practice to resume statewide – with one big caveat:

Levine said the new orders state that dentists must provide personal protective equipment to all participating staff in accordance with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Centers for Disease Control infection prevention guidelines, and the emphasis is to be on procedures that don’t produce heavy spray from a patient’s mouth.

Most dentists in the state have been providing care for dental emergencies only since mid-March, as Gov. Tom Wolf started ordering business closures to try to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Under the new guidance, a Health Department spokesman said Friday afternoon, practices could be expanded to cover things like orthodontic work or root canals, but not routine cleanings.

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New guidance for dentists issued by Pennsylvania health officials

New guidance for dentists issued by Pennsylvania health officials


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thank you all for joining me. Today. 24 counties moved into the yellow phase of reopening Pennsylvania. This plan prioritizes the health and welfare Pennsylvanians by using a combination of factors to gauge how much movement a location contol a rate before the 2019 novel Corona Virus becomes a threat. And I’d like to emphasize that this plan this reopening plan it’s not a one way route. We’re closely monitoring the 24 counties in the yellow phase, and we will re impose restrictions of danger arises. We’re also watching other counties and are moving them into the yellow phase as soon as we can. So on May 15 13 more counties will move to the yellow phase. Those counties are Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Candrea, Fayette, Fulton Green, Indiana,

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Dentists in St. John’s NL

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Dentists Las Vegas| Dental Las Vegas | Affordable Dentist Las Vegas

Quality and Affordable Dental Services

At US Dental Group, we strive to provide our patients with strong, healthy teeth and gums to last a lifetime. We are the leaders of oral healthcare in the Las Vegas area, providing affordable dental care in a hygienic and friendly environment. From general and preventive dentistry for the entire family, to restorative dentistry such as bridges, crowns and teeth whitening, our high standard of excellence ensures that each patient receives optimum dental care. If you’re in need of a dentist, Las Vegas professionals from our team can offer you the oral health care results you need.

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To meet each of our patient’s personalized dental needs, we provide a wide range of quality dental services. In addition to routine cleanings and checkups, we also offer tooth whitening, tooth fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, root canals, DuraFlex, and Invisalign – straight from our qualified dentists. Las

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Lancaster, PA Dentists (2020 List) Dentist Offices in Lancaster County, PA

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Dentists and Dental Services in Lancaster County, PA

Looking for a dentist near you? Check out this list of dental practices in Lancaster County, PA.

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Whether you need a basic tooth exam, a cavity filled, or even emergency dentistry work done on your teeth, it’s important that you find an expert dentist office that provides expert (yet gentle) care.

There’s different types of dental specialists, such as family dentists, pediatric dentists (who specialize in dentistry for kids), cosmetic dentists (ex. teeth

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Pittsburgh Dentistry – Dentist Pittsburgh & Dentists in Pittsburgh

Visiting our office and allowing our best Pittsburgh dentist to care and examine your oral health is the ultimate goal for your search. All our Pittsburgh dentists share the priority of being dedicated to your wellness. Oral health remains our introduction, but we want to ensure you understand the relation of oral and overall health. The best dentist in Pittsburgh always continues this education in effort to develop your personal treatment plan.

We are a gentle dental care team that is pleased to provide and perform most procedures in our office. All of our dentists in Pittsburgh are eager and open to making your experience as comfortable and seamless for your day to day. We look forward to taking the time to get to know each patients and hear your medical needs and wants. 

Our Pittsburgh Dentist is available to listen to what you want from your dentist and provide

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23-year-old man charged in retired Toronto dentist’s murder – Toronto

Toronto police say a 23-year-old man has been charged in connection with the homicide of a 79-year-old man in Toronto.

Investigators say that on April 14 at about 8:15 a.m., police responded to a sudden death call on Howard Drive, near Leslie Street and Sheppard Avenue East, in North York.

Officers found the victim, identified by police as 79-year-old Dr. Paul Morgan, with obvious signs of trauma.

Sources told Global News that Morgan was a retired dentist and that a friend went to check on him because he hadn’t heard from him in a while. The friend found Morgan deceased and called police, sources said.


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Toronto police investigating after 79-year-old retired dentist’s body found in North York home

Police said Makoons Meawasige-Moore, 23, of Toronto was arrested on Monday. He is charged with second-degree murder.

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This is Toronto’s 22nd homicide of 2020.

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How to Handle a Dental Emergency: Dentists’ Tips

You may consider your teeth to be a low priority compared to the rest of your body. Aside from brushing and the occasional flossing, you probably neglect them until you experience dental problems like pain, swelling, or bleeding. Sometimes this can manifest into a dental emergency. But should you go to the hospital or your dentist?

The American Dental Association (ADA) says that emergency room (ER) visits for dental problems have consistently been on the rise since 2000, jumping from 1.1 million to roughly 2.1 million a year. Of those visits, 1.65 million could have been referred to a dental practice instead, saving the healthcare system $1.7 billion, not to mention savings for the consumer, too. “Most ERs do not have dentists available,” says Mary Hayes, DDS, an ADA spokesperson based in Chicago. “Physicians have limited training when it comes to mouth issues, so your dentist is usually the best

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Toronto police investigating after 79-year-old retired dentist’s body found in North York home – Toronto


Toronto police say they are investigating after a man’s body was found inside a North York home early Tuesday morning.

Police said officers were called to a home on Howard Drive at around 8 a.m.

When officers arrived on scene, they found a deceased man in the home suffering from “obvious signs of trauma.”

Police sources told Global News the man was 79-year-old retired dentist Dr. Paul Morgan. Sources said a friend went to check on Morgan because he hadn’t heard from him for a while and unfortunately found him deceased.

The friend was the one to call police, according to the source.


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