In health care, dentistry has long been at the forefront of
the development of new products and procedures that
reduce the potential for disease transmission. Much of
this is achieved through sterilization. Sterilization is the
destruction of all living micro-organisms, including
spores (reproductive bodies) of the hardiest bacteria
Many of the instruments used in dentistry need to be
sterilized. The instruments that contact teeth in drilling
and polishing are either sterilized or discarded between
patients. All dental offices have extra sets of instruments
which allows for proper sterilization time.
We use an autolclaving machine, a dental sterilizer that processes instruments faster and more effectively than ever before. In autoclaving, instruments (which are first cleaned, dried, and placed in a special steam-penetrable wrap), are subjected to pressurized steam for 15 to 20 minutes. The instruments are then left in their protective packaging until they are needed.
Auto Clave | Intra Oral Camera | Dental Laser | Ultrasonic Scalars | Digital X-Ray Units | Laser Tooth Whitening | Physiodispenser | Orthodontic Technology | Sterlization Techniques | Implant Systems | Patient Education