Review of risk factors and control measures for occupational health hazards in a dental practice
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The purpose of this article was to investigate the potential dangers and risks associated with exposure to prosthodontic practise. These include exposure to physical and chemical hazards, dental materials, an infectious workplace, an unsuitable work schedule, and psychosocial stress. The possible harm and prevention of these dangers are underlined. Students, prosthodontists, dental technicians, and others. Individuals working in prosthodontic clinics and laboratories should be aware of the unique risk factors and take precautions to minimise and eliminate these dangers.