How can Dentists resume dental treatments

during COVID19 outbreak?

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TEST, TEST, TEST..

Introduce a new testing process to receive patients inside your practice

  1. Advanced phone triage should be completed in accordance with NHS guidelines to check if the patient has had any previous symptoms.
  2. Patient should attend alone at the time of the appointment to be allowed in the reception area.
  3. Receptionist should be wearing full PPE for meeting patients.
  4. Test the patient for COVID19 using “ONE STEP RAPID TEST” which will only take 10 minutes to complete.
  5. Dentist should assess the result to decide if the treatment is to proceed or not.

Each Test Kit tests for both:

Antibody Test IgM* (indicating that the patient has recently contracted the COVID19 infection). This patient should be advised to self-isolate and follow NHS recommendations.

Antibody Test IgG** (indicating that the patient has had the COVID19 virus and has recovered from it). In this case the patient should be asked how long ago was the infection? if infection was older than 14 days, the dentist could decide to proceed with the treating the patient or send him home and plan a later appointment after 14 days.

* Immunoglobulin M (IgM), which is found mainly in the blood and lymph fluid, is the first antibody to be made by the body to fight a new infection.

**Immunoglobulin G (IgG), the most abundant type of antibody, is found in all body fluids and protects against bacterial and viral infections.

COVID19 ONE STEP RAPID TEST

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Clean & Sanitise

Sanitise all working areas and surfaces

SANY AIR Sanitizer by NARDI

The Sany Air and Surface Sanitizer is one of the most effective machines to eradicate viral and bacterial deposits on all surfaces including electronic devices.

All in ONE Solution:

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  • Disinfect: Home & Work surfaces
  • Dry Nebulization: Harmless to electronic equipment

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Tighten Sterilisation & PPE Protocols

  • Review your sterilisation protocols to adapt to COVID19 new guidelines within your dental surgery.
  • Update your staff PPE to adapt to COVID19 safety guidelines with Full Face Shield and Face Masks.

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