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As of today Jan 18, 2022, our business office is closed due to staffing issues related to COVID. We will continue to review customer emails throughout the day--every day--for customer service requests. Our NEW OSHA & other training courses debut throughout the month of January. All orders prior to Dec 31, 2021 will be honored until March 1, 2022 Questions? MyDentalCE@gmail.com. Customer Service Hours Mon -Thurs 9 am - 3 pm Pacific Time
As of today Jan 18, 2022, our business office is closed due to staffing issues related to COVID. We will continue to review customer emails throughout the day--every day--for customer service requests. Our NEW OSHA & other training courses debut throughout the month of January. All orders prior to Dec 31, 2021 will be honored until March 1, 2022 Questions? MyDentalCE@gmail.com. Customer Service Hours Mon -Thurs 9 am - 3 pm Pacific Time

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  • October 10, 2021

    Calif Dentists New Prescribing Laws | Jan 1 2022

    The Dental Board of California is reminding prescribers of the upcoming e-prescribing requirements established by Assembly Bill (AB) 2789 (Wood, 2018).Beginning January 1, 2022, all prescriptions issued by a licensed healthcare practitioner to a California pharmacy must be submitted electronically.Healthcare...

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  • July 27, 2021

    California Dental Offices Required to Show Proof of Vaccination

    Dental professionals must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination; unvaccinated must get tested regularlyThe State of California issued an order to require all health care workers in the state to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or be tested regularly. Dental offices and...

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  • March 1, 2021

    Safe Dental Offices | COVID-19 Incidence: no occupational transmission

    Incidence of COVID-19 virus transmission in three dental offices: a 6-month retrospective study.external icon Froum et al. International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry (November 6, 2020). Key findings: No occupationally-acquired infections were identified among staff involved in care of 2,810 patients that...

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