Resources from dental associations, governmental organizations, and other free tools to help your dental practice handle and recover from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Dentists, practice staff, and patients across the United States are experiencing the health and financial impact of dental office closures due to the coronavirus pandemic. Pearly is open with our team working hard from home to serve our customers.
Below are links to resources from dental associations, governmental organizations, and other groups that may prove helpful for your practice to navigate this challenging time. Legal note: no medical advice, endorsement or guidance is provided by Pearly, we simply want to consolidate links to credible organizations in one place.
All of us here at Pearly sincerely thank our heroes - the healthcare and essential workers on the frontlines battling the coronavirus.
Coronavirus resources from dental associations.
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommendation for dentists to keep their offices closed to all but emergency care expired on April 6. The new interim recommendation from the ADA is to keep offices closed until April 30 at the earliest, except for urgent and emergency care.
Coronavirus resources from governmental organizations.
Data and reports measuring the coronavirus impact on dental practices.
The ADA Health Policy Institute (HPI) launched a biweekly poll the week of March 23rd to measure the impact of the coronavirus on dental practices. Over 19,000 dentists participated in the poll and you can view the results in this article.
Tools to help your dental practice recover.