Most dentists aren't letting up on masking requirements, ADA report says

Two-thirds of dentists continue to require masks in their offices for patients and staff, according to the American Dental Association.

This data comes from a survey conducted by the ADA and was published in March. The results are from the week of March 14 and come from 3,000 dentists working in private practices.

Sixty-seven percent of respondents said they require patients to wear masks in the waiting area. Of those surveyed, 70.1 percent reported requiring masks for clinical staff and 62.2 reported requiring masks for non clinical staff.

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