In the dental clinic setting, the potential for pathogen transmission from staff to patients (as well as from patients to staff) is of main concern. Sources of infectious microorganisms include contaminated body fluids (e.g., saliva and blood), improperly sterilized equipment/instruments, and airborne transmission. The invasive nature of the procedures performed on behalf of patients by both dentists and dental hygienists, coupled with the high degree of potential exposure within the oral cavity, underscores the need for pathogen elimination from all potential sources. Dental hygienists in particular may serve as a vital link in the potential transmission of microbes in a dentistry, as they are in contact with all incoming patients, including those seeking only routine services (e.g., cleanings and X-rays) and those who require more complex procedures.1-3
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