Infection Control in the Age of COVID-19
Edward Farkas, D.D.S., M.A., Vice Dean, Touro College of Dental Medicine
The COVID-19 coronavirus has turned routine dental procedures into risky affairs that may expose clinician and patient alike to potentially deadly infection. While personal protective equipment (PPE) guidelines have ramped up for urgent and emergency care, infection control practices won’t be the same once the crisis is over. Dr. Edward Farkas, TCDM's Vice Dean, shared his thoughts about today’s best practices and what lies ahead for clinical care after the pandemic.