Is Your Dental Practice Fully Protected? Here’s How to Find Out.

It’s a question you’re probably asking yourself every day. And you’re not alone. With the risk of COVID-19 still a serious ongoing threat, doctors everywhere are wondering: “Am I doing enough to protect my practice?” Now there’s a way to know. A new tool on the A-dec website will help you answer that question with confidence.

The Protect & Prevent scorecard takes just a few minutes to complete, with a series of ten questions about your current practices and protocols. As you go through the assessment, you’ll get a clearer sense about areas where you can improve or expand on your infection control efforts—from patient protection to aerosol capture to a more consistent sterilization process.

Each question on the scorecard has a section you can reference for additional information and expert recommendations from the CDC. Once you’ve answered all ten questions, you’ll get a final score that lets you know where your practice stands on a scale of 1-100.

With that number in hand, we encourage you to talk to your A-dec Territory Manager about proactive steps you can take to strengthen the overall safety of your practice. All A-dec Territory Managers have earned the OSAP-DALE Foundation Dental Infection Prevention and Control Certificate. Drawing on current, evidence-based knowledge directly tied to the dental industry, they’re a trustworthy resource for recommendations on dental infection prevention and control.

Practicing dentistry in this new environment can be filled with uncertainty; but clear information is the antidote to worry. Take the first step with the A-dec Protect & Prevent scorecard, then reach out with any questions or concerns. We’re here to work with you in safeguarding your people, your practice, and your patients.

By |2020-10-26T21:19:59+00:00October 7th, 2020|Dental Sterilization|

About the Author:

Karen Kemp brings a fresh perspective to a wide range of topics related to the dental industry—including clinical products, practice efficiency, dental education, and patient care. With decades of writing experience, her focus is on creating content that is beneficial to dental professionals in both group and private practices.