The COVID-19 outbreak has turned into a major health-care crisis all over the world. Dentists, auxiliaries, and patients undergoing dental operations are at significant risk of cross-infection in the present COVID 19 pandemics. While the current evidence does not show a clear and direct link between dental care or surgery and the chance of COVID-19 transfer, there is obviously the possibility of transmission. Most dental operations necessitate direct contact with the patient's mouth cavity, saliva, blood, and secretions from the respiratory tract. COVID 19 viral load is abundant in saliva. Many asymptomatic patients could be carriers. Despite the fact that several protocols have been devised to reduce the number of individuals affected, the virus has already spread to all five continents, impacting all populations regardless of borders, nationalities, or climate conditions.
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