Lockdown and Dentistry

Dr. Mauricio Hervas Coronavirus and Dentistry, Dental Health, Wellness Leave a Comment

The world has changed by bringing old virtues and philosophies that probably were left well below our box of unthinkable events in our time. I constantly read the phrase “I never thought seeing this in my life”. And probably it is right!

With all the technology we have, advances in medical and dental research, surgical robots, 3D printing and 5G telecommunications, nobody would probably think to be fighting with an invisible enemy. Even though many documentaries alarmed us that it was matter of time.

All this chaos has brought us together, families confined with only one uncertainty, will I get coronavirus? When it come to an end soon? Will my mom and dad get sick? Will all the hospitals have enough ventilators? How can I help? Will all this be done by Easter as president Trump wishes? Which one is the next city after New York and California or Louisiana? Will Florida be the next?

Lockdown gave us tremendous amount of time with our families. Having breakfast, lunch and dinner together. Millennials and new generations (babies) together. Sharing, laughing and playing game like never before. Puzzles, Monopoly, One, Chess, Fortnite, pool time and of course Tic Toc, Facebook and Instagram. Today is our last day for spring break, tomorrow a new concept in learning, all kids will begin receiving virtual classes. I’m sure everybody is familiar with Zoom by now. We have visited family and friends using Zoom these days. An application that let you schedule a meeting around the globe by using and ID and password.

In Dentistry we are flooded with webinars. Every author, dentist, entrepreneur and company has provided information through a live or recorded seminar. Amazing techniques are discussed and confronted with enough scientific literature. Veneers, Dental implants, All on four, All on X techniques, full mouth rehabilitation is on the agenda.

As only emergencies can be seeing this days, I just wanted to emphasized if you are having one please contact Dr. Hervas at Implantation Dental Center. He will assist you in identifying the cause of your dental problem and recommend a treatment to alleviate your discomfort. Call us at 954-476-0770 or fill out a contact form on our website at www.implantationdentalcenter.com

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