Dentists’ hours and earnings have taken a hit because of the impact COVID-19 has had on dental care.
While specific guidelines on COVID-19 vaccine distribution and testing in dental office are still being determined by dental insurance companies, in March the Code Maintenance Committee approved these eight pandemic-related CDT codes for 2021.
Multiple impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a few critical issues facing the dental hygiene profession amid the pandemic.
As of the week of January 18th, staffing, patient volume, and salaries in dental practices all remain stable compared to previous months.
Confidence towards the COVID-19 vaccine in the dental sphere is high among both dentists and patients, with many dentists hoping to get vaccinated shortly.
Cutting the elastic bands is one simple step before disposing of masks that takes little to no time and has such a positive environmental impact.
One of the most important elements to consider during the COVID-19 pandemic is patient volume because it affects various operations of dental offices.
Recent data covering the latest economic impacts resulting from COVID-19 shows a slight decline in patient volume and staffing levels in dental offices.
Through COVID-19 testing, vaccines, and financial relief programs the dental care sector can further move in the direction of widespread recovery.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have differing impacts on various dental sectors, mostly in regards to private practices and public health dentists.
Join Ken Mathys, an expert in financial management, and Kate Hogan, from Dental City, in their discussion about managing and leading in a time of crisis. In this podcast, they discuss practical solutions for dental practitioners to help navigate...
The changing trends in consumer attitudes towards dental offices and the long-term impacts of COVID-19 are issues that could affect your practice.
Dear valued Dental City customers. As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, please know the Dental City team is here for you. Our loyal customers are of great importance to us – that’s why we’re here to support your team through these challenging times....
The dental industry may be in the “new normal” as many key signals used to evaluate the dental industry are showing similar data over time.
As dental professionals take additional precautions to keep themselves and patients safe during the ongoing pandemic, most notably in the form of additional PPE, things might be getting a little hot around the collar—literally. Extra layers of protective garments,...
In a new round of data collected by the Health Policy Institute (HPI), key metrics tracking the recovery of the dental industry continues to increase, although at a slowing slower pace than in previous weeks. From patient volume to rehiring to new patient capacity...
The latest report on the dental industry from HPI ADA continues to show steady gains. From patient volume to employees returning to work to collection volumes, positive trend lines persist in the data, providing a much welcomed optimistic report on the health of the...
Here at Dental City we’ve worked diligently with manufacturers to produce a face shield that our customers will love.
Recent industry survey results show the dental industry continues to rebound as dental offices re-open and patient bookings continue to increase.
We’ve pulled the most relevant information from the CDC to help dental professionals understand the appropriate way to preform donning and doffing of PPE.
As dental practices begin reopening, the CDC is recommending additional PPE over and above what was typically worn by dental professionals pre COVID-19. One piece of PPE that many dental professional are now wearing is a face shield. To help maintain supply of PPE...