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Reopening the Dental Office in the Covid-19 World

Description:
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic sent the world into a situation that was unknown for 100 years and in many countries dental offices were shut down or reduced to emergency settings. However Germany left dental offices open and unrestricted during the outbreak. Dentists in Germany were unsure how to handle the situation. The TroeltzschBrothers published a survey of the data first on the 25th of march that showed ways how to perform dentistry with the danger of Covid-19, including hygiene rules and a guide how to properly use the surgical mask. This summary spread around the world and was translated into several languages. They also have been present in multiple webinars. In this lecture, Dr. Markus Troeltzsch gives an insight into the disease and its spread, how dentists can work with the menace of this virus and shows ways how to practice. The literature is critically reviewed and the efficiency of dental protection techniques is demonstrated.

Date Added:
5/18/2020

Author(s):

Markus Tröltzsch, MD, DMD Markus Tröltzsch, MD, DMD
Dr. Dr. Markus Troeltzsch is currently an assistant professor at the department for facial, oral and maxillofacial and plastic reconstructive surgery at the University ...
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Matthias Tröltzsch, MD, DMD Matthias Tröltzsch, MD, DMD
Dr. Dr. Matthias Tröltzsch is currently an assistant professor at the department for facial, oral and maxillofacial and plastic reconstructive surgery at the Ludwigs-Ma...
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Questions & Comments
Markus Tröltzsch - (5/27/2020 1:52 PM)

Dear Mark, all downloads in all languages can be found here: https://www.dr-troeltzsch.de/weiterbildung/downloads-fuer-kollegen/ the page is in german but if yu scroll down you will find the english papers and links. Thanks for your interest !

Markus Tröltzsch - (5/27/2020 1:50 PM)

Hey everyone! thanks for your kind comments !! The papers that are mentionend can be found via pubmed. Hope that helps

Christopher Lea - (5/26/2020 7:17 AM)

Thank you. How do I get the papers from the lecture? For your Facebook live videos, how does one join to watch them?

narayan tv - (5/25/2020 12:45 PM)

Excellent. resonates with my thoughts on the same>

george hebeka - (5/25/2020 7:32 AM)

Thank you

Mary Roman - (5/23/2020 3:37 PM)

This is great. Thank you!

Rebecca Silver - (5/22/2020 6:20 PM)

Thank you for a fabulous presentation! You have put my mind at ease somewhat!

Pradeep Kumar - (5/22/2020 11:14 AM)

Thank you for a wonderful presentatio.

Thomas VanDenBerghe - (5/22/2020 11:02 AM)

Excellent 👏🏻

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