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Journal Scan / Research · January 09, 2022

With Appropriate PPE, Dentists Do Not Have Any More Risk of COVID-19 Infection Than the General Population

PloS One

 

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PloS One
Application of recommended preventive measures against COVID-19 could help mitigate the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection during dental practice: Results from a follow-up survey of French dentists
PLoS ONE 2021 Dec 01;16(12)e0261439, H Diakonoff, S Jungo, N Moreau, ME Mazevet, AL Ejeil, B Salmon, V Smaïl-Faugeron

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