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Express News Service CHENNAI: Medical professionals who practice in niche areas like ENT, dentistry, physiotherapy, etc. are facing a hard time as the fear of infection and financial shortage is keeping patients...

TORONTO -- As private health services such as dentists, chiropractors and physiotherapists begin to reopen, some have opted to tack on a COVID-19 surcharge in an effort to recoup money spent on new...

A trip to the dentist now looks quite different than usual, as the industry is adapting to the coronavirus pandemic.“We have a pre-screening via phone, and then again when they come in they’re screened again. There is a lot more wiping down of surfaces,” said...

EDMONTON -- An Edmonton dental clinic chain has unexpectedly gone into receivership after it apparently failed to make loan payments. Seven Infinity Group dental clinics were closed Monday with notices of receivership posted on...

As dental offices reopen for routine care across the country — services like teeth cleanings are now allowed in 42 states — it's not exactly business as usual for dentists and dental hygienists who mostly shut down in March as the pandemic hit.  While the rules of...

As California begins stage 2 of its reopening strategy, many business owners are preparing to open up their doors. One group still waiting on guidance are dentists. "I'm only seeing about one to two patients a day compared to before seeing 20 to 30," said Encinitas...

San Antonio – A Northwest Side dentist said he welcomed Monday’s news from Gov. Greg Abbott about allowing dentists and doctors to reopen, but he admits it’s going to be a little bit of a process to open back up.Dr. Willie Cantu, who owns Smile...

Dental emergencies accommodated during the enhanced community quarantine  GMA News AiroAV...

Dr. Dobbs said, “there are a couple of challenges in Dentistry. The number one is of the four professions that are highest risk for getting COVID, three of them are in the dental office. It’s the dental hygienist, dentist respiratory therapist, that’s the dental...

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