Certol's Dental Division

Certol is dedicated to supplying dental care providers with world class infection prevention and needle safety products that protect patients and care providers while extending the life of expensive equipment. With our biodegradable formulations, strict adherence to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) and full compliance with all FDA and EPA regulations, you can be confident that only the safest and highest quality surface disinfectants, instrument processing detergents and disposables are being delivered to your dental care facility. Our EPA approved, water based intermediate-level surface disinfectant line, ProSpray, is effective against the most common viruses and bacteria found in dental offices, including MRSA HA. Pro Tector®, our needle safety and waste disposal line protects staff while handling sharps and biohazard waste.

We keep on the cutting edge of infection prevention through our partnership with OSAP (The Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention) and provide ongoing educational support to dental care providers.

Certol’s disinfectant products are used in a variety of dental facilities and educational institutions for disinfecting common high touch surfaces, like dental units, telephones, computers and other electronic equipment and for cleaning evacuation systems. Our detergents and disposables are an essential component of a complete infection prevention program.

Our products are currently in use at many major dental education institutions, including:

  • University of Colorado
  • UCLA
  • University of Nebraska
  • University of Minnesota
  • Indiana/Purdue

Top Dental Products

Where To BUY

ProSpray™ wipes 

Antibacterial Surface wipes


Pro Tector ®

Needle Safety, Single Handed Recapping

Good Vibrations™ 

Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner, Instrument Cleaning Solution

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Disinfectants and Barriers

Disinfectants and Barriers

COVID-19 has made dentists question if their disinfecting procedures are enough to keep staff and patients safe. Should you use more disinfectant? Is a barrier doing enough to protect clients? Won’t disinfecting more cause damage to your equipment?


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