Coronavirus Outbreak
The ADA and NYSDA have provided information where dentists can obtain updated, current information on the Coronavirus outbreak.
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Greater New York Dental Meeting

The largest dental meeting in the United States!

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ADA return to work interim guidance

New interim guidance for reopening

Get the new toolkit from ADA’s Advisory Task Force on Dental Practice Recovery to help your practice resume operations.

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ABC News Dentist Open

Dental Practices Rebound

Patients return for dental appointments amid added safety precautions and social distancing measures

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Welcome to the New York County Dental Society

Founded in 1860, the New York County Dental Society is one of the largest groups of dentists in the United States. With more than 2,000 members practicing in Manhattan, NYCDS members have made a special commitment to uphold its ethical code and practice standards, as well as those of New York State and the American Dental Association. It is an invaluable advocacy and education resource that protects its members and the public.


Coronavirus Updates for Dentists


Practice owners: read and affirm the 12-page New York State Dept of Health Interim Guidance for Dentistry.

Get the information you need in the
 Updated ADA Toolkit for Reopening.

MASKS
N95 initial fit testing is only required if the wearing of an N95 mask is required. OSHA has not required N95 masks for dental personnel unless treating known or suspected COVID-19 positive patients, or the dentist’s own airborne hazard assessment reveals a need for N95 masks. The ADA has posted a template for dentists to use in performing a hazard assessment: COVID-19 Hazard Assessment.

CARES Act

    NYC Loans/ Grants

    New York State Employment Law


    Consent forms you can use for dental emergencies during the COVID-19 crisis:
    Emergency Treatment Employee Consent Form 
    Emergency Treatment Patient Release Form 

    Other useful resources: 

    Bookmark these sites for the latest information and resources: 




    NYCDS N​ews

    Changes to Article 175

    Article 175 was re-enacted recently and the New York City Department of Health (DOH) provided NYCDS with a "fact sheet" which describes some, but not all, of the regulatory changes that affect dental X-ray registrants. Article 175 Dental Xray fact sheet_Fina

     
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