Covid And Orthodontics

In these troublesome days where many of us had to close our practices due to stage III restrictions, we are now fortunate (so some say) that restrictions in dentistry have been reduced to stage II.

So this now actually begs many questions, but in this short article I would like to address what I feel to be the most pertinent and topical.

  • Is there a real future in tele-dentistry and virtual consultations?
  • What will the state of the economy be for the next two years and how will that affect the general dental practice and what changes in one’s practice will be required to stay afloat.

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