Just like a skilfully placed filling, the dental sterilisation process requires fine attention to detail. One overlooked step during this critical process can disrupt the entire procedure or result in a less than optimal overall effect.   Here are some important things to keep in mind… The Dos: DO sterilise equipment when possible, rather than…

Of the main types of sterilizers available in the health industry, most dental practices opt to use autoclaves, as opposed to machines like chemiclaves or those that use dry heat. Autoclaves, by design, are more efficient and do not require chemicals to be effective. Unfortunately, many dental staff lack comprehensive training on how to use...
An efficient cross-infeciton control mechanism is paramount for any dental practice to ensure the safety of their patients as well as the dental staff. Dentists have to consider various factors before devising a comprehensive sterilization and disinfection program for their dental surgeries. A detailed discussion regarding disinfection and sterilization procedures has been given in a...
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