The Oklahoma Dental Association's Board of Directors unanimously voted Wednesday to "recommend that dental offices in Oklahoma postpone any non-emergent care for three weeks." 

According to a statement on its website, the ODA said their recommendation to Oklahoma dentists is intended to "reduce the risk of patients’ exposure to COVID-19 (coronavirus)."

The ODA's recommendation may change and "could be updated on a day-to-day basis" as the coronavirus news may also change. 

The ODA said the recommendation is not a legal mandate.