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Title: Occupational Hazards In Dentistry

Dental professionals are predisposed to a number of occupational hazards these include exposure to infections including human immunodeficiency virus and viral hepatitis percutaneous exposure incidents dental materials radiation and noise musculoskeletal disorders psychological problems andoccupational hazards in dentistry are occupational hazards that are specifically associated with a dental care environment members of the dental team including dentists hygienists dental nurses and radiographers must ensure local protocols are followed to minimise riskoccupational hazards in dentistry 1 occupational hazards in dentistry dr preyas joshi 3rd year postgraduate deptt of public health dentistry rajasthan dental college and hospitaloccupational hazards in dentistry 1 as in any other working environment dental practice can beassociated with harmful effects to dentists referred to asoccupational hazardsprofessional risk factors in dentistry may harm the dentist and the dental team it is essential for the dentist to recognize these risk factors and protect against them among the various organs that are vulnerable in the dental situation are in a nut shell the eyes the ears the respiratory

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