Over half of communication is visual. We often depend on facial expressions and visual cues when we communicate with others. As humans, we are highly attuned to facial expressions and emotions, even on a subconscious level.
As the first fully transparent face mask helps improve communication for everyone. The ability to see others’ facial expressions and emotions can improve the patient-provider relationship and quality of care. When individuals are able to see each other’s faces and smiles, outcomes such as patient satisfaction, trust, and health can improve.