COVID-19 Dental Care Help Online, Local Tele Dentistry Chat Online

COVID-19 Dental Care Help Online, Real Dentists, TeleDentistry & Dental ChatBot - Free Dental Consult Online

In response to the growing number of cases related to COVID-19 (colloquially known as the Coronavirus), we want to let you know that DentalChat is here to help keep you safe, and informed about your oral health and hygiene. In times of this pandemic situation, we are here to help you with your dental concerns. No need to go outside, deal with traffic and crowded places, Chat with dentists online 24/7, about your dental concern.  We at DentalChat understand that many people can NOT go to their local dental office and are staying home to be safe.  We are looking to help people get important information online and to get FREE DENTAL CONSULT ONLINE AND LIVE DENTAL CHAT from the comfort of your own home.  Most dentists and dental offices have reduced their operation or reduced their office hours.  As we will discuss, local dentists and dental practices are being advised to possibly postpone elective dental care procedures.  Keeping good oral hygiene is always a good idea.  Just like keeping your hands clean, it is a good idea to regularly floss and brush your teeth.

In early December 2019, cases of and illness similar to SARS and MERS were reported in Wuhan, China. The virus was soon identified as a new CORONAVIRUS and the illness it causes has since been named COVID19 – coronavirus disease 2019.

COVID 19 DENTAL CARE BLOGCORONAVIRUS DENTIST INFORMATION BLOG >> COVID-19 DENTAL CARE GUIDELINES FOR DENTISTS:

Some dental associations are recommending to postpone elective dental procedures.  Hence, it may be a good idea to postpone getting a cosmetic dentistry procedure. Now, most are recommending people to stay home and not be in contact with groups of people.  Hence, many dental offices are limiting the hours they are seeing people.  Things such as using mouthwash, floss and using good oral hygiene - are recommended. Good oral hygiene such as brushing and flossing, helps in maintaining good oral health.

The outbreak spread across different countries around the world, infecting many more people than any other viruses before. By the end of January, the new Coronavirus had been declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization (WHO).

  • What is Coronavirus?
  • What are the symptoms of COVID-19 infection?
  • Who can get coronavirus? Where do coronaviruses come from?
  • Is wearing a face mask prevent us from getting infected by the virus?
  • How can I prevent myself from getting coronavirus?

These are just some of the most frequently asked questions online. Watch the video to get more information about coronavirus. COVID-19 Dental Care Help Online, Real Dentists, TeleDentistry, Local Tele Dentistry Chat Online & Dental ChatBot.  Free Dental Consultation Online and Live Emergency Dental Chatting Online about Tooth Pain Problem from the comfort of your own home.

It is widely reported that COVID-19 started in Wuhan China, in a wet market where there’s # of different animals there. There's a couple of speculations out there, but there’s no scientific study that confirms that Coronavirus came from a specific animal, various types of foods or labs.  We do know that the COVID 19 VIRUS IS A PANDEMIC, THAT IS CAUSING MANY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE TO STAY HOME. 

Coronavirus did not appear to be an airborne virus in the same vein as measles or chickenpox. The form of transmission is obviously through droplet spread, Small droplets from coughing and sneezing can enter the mouth and lungs of those nearby. it means that when you have close contact with somebody who is infected with the said virus or contact with their droplets, then you might be infected with coronavirus as well. 

 

Doctors are learning new things about this virus every day. So far, we know that COVID-19 may not initially cause any symptoms. Some common symptoms that have been specifically linked to COVID-19 include:

  • cough
  • runny or stuffy nose
  • sneezing
  • sore throat
  • fever
  • headache
  • fatigue
  • chills
  • body aches

Prevention is always better than cure, we know that Coronavirus does not respect boundaries, therefore it affects everybody, everyone is susceptible. Below are some practices that must be observed in our Workplace, School, Household, and Commercial Establishments and everywhere:

  • Practice Good Hygiene :

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing or having been in a public place. 

We can use other non-contact methods of greeting instead of handshaking, avoid touching your faces and always cover your mouth and nose when you cough and sneeze.

We can practice disinfecting surfaces like doorknobs, tables, desks, and handrails regularly, Increasing the ventilation by opening windows or adjusting air conditioning would definitely help too.

Make sure to wash your clothes well and any other fabric in the households, and exposed it directly to sunlight.

Most of those infected will have a limited and mild case.  It will feel more like a cold.  Most people who become infected with COVID-19 will be able to care for themselves at home.  Currently there is no specific anti-viral treatment for COVID-19, and there is no vaccine at this time.  Antibiotics such as penicillin do not kill viruses.

  •  Be careful with meetings and travel: 

Despite the rise of COVID- 19, there are still people who are traveling due to business purposes and any important matters, some companies are already using a video conference instead of a face to face meeting, others still pursued their meetings but in a well-ventilated space.

For Schools, When possible, hold classes outdoors or in open, well-ventilated spaces 

  • Handle food carefully:

 As much as we love to share our food with anyone, this is not advisable for now, as we have to limit food sharing.

Business owners are encouraged to Strengthen health screening for their cafeteria staff and their close contacts, they also have to ensure that they strictly practice proper hygiene.

  •  Stay home:

 These days are not the best time to wander, it would be better to stay at home especially when you feel that you are sick or you have any family member who is sick. Do not go to work, school, or public areas. Avoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis. You can also call your health care provider and let them know about your symptoms, This will help them take care of you and keep other people from getting infected or exposed.

You should restrict activities outside your home, except for getting medical care, If you’re instructed to leave by your health care provider, always wear a face mask, the mask gives us a sense of security, But the problem is that not all of the people who wear mask know how to wear it properly. When you wear a mask, make sure that it fits perfectly. 

These steps will help the health care provider’s office to keep other people in the office or waiting room from getting infected or exposed.

  • Households with vulnerable seniors or those with significant underlying conditions:

Everyone is susceptible to be infected with coronavirus, however, the older people are the ones who are more likely to have severe disease or more serious disease.

The elderly, especially those with preexisting conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and lung disease, are at a higher risk of getting "very sick" from COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Have healthy people in the household conduct themselves as if they were a significant risk to the person with underlying conditions. For example, wash hands frequently before interacting with the person, such as by feeding or caring for the person, If possible, provide a protected space for vulnerable household members, and Ensure all utensils and surfaces are cleaned regularly.

  • Avoid crowding: 

Avoid crowds as much as possible, Consider adjusting or postponing large gatherings or events, Also consider in doing Online transactions, this will not only help us to save many things like paper, time which is spent in transactions and counting but it will also save us from being at risk to COVID-19. Online transactions can be done at the comfort of your home using different devices like smartphones, laptops, etc which is easily available to all of us. 

But wherever you are, you are still at risk of contracting the corona virus, especially if you are seated near an infected person who coughs or sneezes and/or you touch a contaminated surface and then your face without properly washing your hands. 

  • For transportation businesses, taxis, and rideshares:

With novel coronavirus cases on the rise, public transit agencies across the world are ramping up with their different contagious virus response plans. In the US, some agencies already increased the supply of bleach and other antiviral treatments, this will be used to clean subway station equipment like MetroCard machines, turnstiles, and handrails.

However, some government officials already discourage the use of public transportation, encouraging everyone to try skipping the crowded trains and buses, we still cannot really avoid people from using public transportation, but keeping the windows open could increase the ventilation so this is highly recommended, Public transportation attendants are also advised to regularly disinfect surfaces of the public transportation.

In this Dental Care Coronavirus Blog, we discussed how can use various types of dental care procedures to help with your dental care.

We must practice and adhere to these instructions so we can help each other prevent and fight coronavirus.