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Volume : 7, Issue : 2, Year : 2021
Article Page : 98-101
During the spread of pandemic disease, dental practice come across the highest risk of corona virus infection by the exposure from patient saliva, aerosols generation during the dental procedure, blood contamination during oral surgical procedure. This virus can be transmitted from symptomatic to asymptomatic individual through aerosol spread, saliva contamination. Due to its ability of airborne transmission, so aerosols generated through natural activity or during the time of any dental treatment procedure has the ability to transmit the virus from infected person to the surrounding person.
Keywords : Pandemic, Covid - 19, Dental practice.
How to cite : Sheoran L, Sehrawat M, Sharma D, Fatima D, Manzoor M, A literature review on precautionary measures in dental practice during the pandemic: Covid-19. IP Indian J Orthod Dentofacial Res 2021;7(2):98-101
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