APOLLO BEACH, Fla. – When we thank our heroes in scrubs, we also have to thank our heroes in dental gowns who are working directly in a person’s mouth, despite the pandemic.
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“As an employer, my primary concern is the safety of my patients and my team. But also financially, a little shout out to all the businesses, overhead has gone up because now our gloves are on a national shortage, our masks are on a shortage. So it’s tough,” said Dr. Jason Watts DMD, owner of Watts Dental.
Adding temperature checks, face shields, air purifiers, amongst other precautions, it adds up.
But Dr. Jason Watts says you can’t put a price on giving back to those who deserve it most, which is why