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One of the largest impacts of COVID, according to dentists, has been the increased need and cost of PPE which is anticipated to continue into 2021. Over 50 per cent of dentists believe enhanced PPE has decreased levels of concern at their practice. Source.
In an interview for DenistryIQ, Dr. Yamaoka shared the following:
"I believe that face shields will become part of the regular PPE for dentists, much the same way that gloves became part of our protection after the HIV crisis in the ‘80s, and that’s even if we put aside the possibility of new variants and novel viruses in the years ahead. Having never worn a shield before, I realised just how much biomaterial was being sprayed or splattered on my face and glasses after wearing one during a surgical procedure and looking at the shield afterward. So, with the quality of Ambience face shield, great optics, and comfortable convenience, I can’t see myself not wearing one as an embodiment of the precautionary principle.”