232010Jun

Infection Control: Why It Matters

Everyday there are dozens, if not hundreds, of visitors to waiting rooms and operatories in dental offices across the country. We also hear about a new possible pandemic virus sweeping across the globe at an alarming rate on a consistent basis. So how do we make patients feel like they are in an environment that…

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92010Jun

Product Highlight: ProSpray Family

Now it’s ok to hear . . . NO! • No alcohol actives• No harsh ammoniums• No corrosive bleach The ProSpray family of disinfectants all provide powerful intermediate-level disinfection and less irritation for staff and equipment. The water based formula has a toxicity profile so safe it is now tested and EPA approved for use…

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82010Jun

Surface Disinfectants 101

“Killer at Large!”, “Are You at Risk?” Headlines and product advertising promote germ warfare. Antibacterial agents are everywhere including dish soap and hand cream. Are we any safer at home or in healthcare settings with all this attention on disinfection? Now more than ever dental care providers need reliable information about the selection and effective…

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82010Jun

1…2…3..CLEAN! Infection Control In-service Made EASY!

How to in-service the application of ProSpray wipes disinfectant and cleaner for use on nonsubmersible high speed hand pieces, electronic equipment and digital x-ray sensors without causing damage to your equipment: Use The Two Step Process:1. Clean and remove soils from the surface with one or more ProSpray wipes. Discard used wipes. 2. Use one…

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52010Jun

Selecting the Right Disinfectant for Your Facility

Killer at Large” “Safeguard your Reputation!” “Are You at Risk?” Infection control product manufacturers gain attention with sensational headlines. Help your customer/clinicians become informed consumers ofdisinfectant chemicals: • Follow CDC guidelines. Use a tuberculocidal disinfectant in healthcare settings where blood and mucous spatter is likely. Some products labeled as “hospital disinfectants” are low level quaternaries…

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12010Jun

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The Faces of Infection Control:Paying Tribute to Important Work Behind the Scenes Dental treatment is based on trust.The patient arrives at the dental office, sits in the treatment chair, opens wide upon request and places trust in the dental team. The dentist picks up instruments trusting that all items are clean, sterile and in the…

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