Is it safe to go to the dentist amid COVID-19?

All 50 states now allow routine dental care such as tooth cleaning and cavity filling after months in which only emergencies are treated. However, dentistry is considered one of the most risky professions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Tara Narula shows "CBS This Morning" how dentists adapt to ensure the safety of employees and patients. It also discusses which safety measures should be taken in a doctor's office.
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