At the dentist, crisis adding to discomfort

CHANGING TIMES: Dentist Dr. Wayne Mollohan says safety protocols during the pandemic have altered the way dentists do their job, including the teeth-cleaning equipment they use.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
CHANGING TIMES: Dentist Dr. Wayne Mollohan says safety protocols during the pandemic have altered the way dentists do their job, including the teeth-cleaning equipment they use. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
After closing for an extended period this spring, most dental practices in Rhode Island have resumed routine care. But the experience is anything but routine for most patients. Like other health care professionals, dentists are following new safety protocols designed to protect staff and patients, created by the Rhode Island Dental Association and public health…

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