Dr. Richard Nagy, president of the California Dental Association and a periodontist in Santa Barbara, tells us how his private practice has changed since California enforced stay-at-home orders. He’s treating only emergency patients and wearing extra personal protective equipment. All his employees are furloughed.
Dental work during COVID-19
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