Explain intraoral barrier techniques, Biology

Q. Explain Intraoral Barrier Techniques?

Rubber dam

A rubber dam is used whenever possible for improved vision and access and to reduce dental personnels' exposure to microorganisms in patients' blood and saliva. (For handling of the rubber dam and rubber dam punch, please refer to "During Treatment" procedures.

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