Boston Dental Clinic overhauled safety protocols and turned to technology to make the practice safer and ensure patient safety
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The COVID-19 pandemic affected the dental industry like everyone else. It was challenging to navigate, but patient safety was an expense that couldn’t be spared. Clinics started looking towards technological advances that limited patient and provider exposure. By utilizing AI robots, dental clinics worldwide adapted to systems of practice and sterilization that kept people at a safe distance while providing optimal care. Boston Dental was one of the first clinics to incorporate a more modern approach, which has been replicated throughout the industry.
Dental clinics had to put procedures on hold due to the high-infection risks associated with high-speed drills and aerosol products. While high-speed drills and aerosols are incredibly safe, they still presented too high an infection rate during a global pandemic.
Unfortunately, the closure of many practices led to an increase in severe infections. Because people couldn’t maintain their oral care as clinics re-opened, experts at Boston Dental Clinic saw a lot of problems people were facing that wouldn’t have become an issue if caught earlier. The dental care center incorporated technology and