Hygienic Hand Disinfection in the Dental Surgery
This video provides a step by step clarification of proper, hygienic hand disinfection.
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Currently within the sensitive areas of the dental practice, the term disinfection takes great meaning. In addition to the hygiene of each individual employee, a particularly stressed point is the disinfection of all areas where patients and germs come in contact.
Various aids are required to keep the chain of disinfection within the dental surgery from being interrupted. In the subcategory disinfection accessories, you will find drill boxes for manual cleaning of rotary instruments, cleaning brushes and instrument tubs for instrument preparation. Dosing pumps and spray nozzles for disinfectants or cleaners are also considered disinfection accessories.
It is imperative to clean and disinfect surfaces and hands after each patient. When disinfecting surfaces with wipes, it is important to ensure that all surfaces are completely covered with the disinfectant. Only then can the germ count be reduced to an absolute minimum. Hand disinfection not only serves as personal protection, but also as patient protection.
Instrument disinfection is equally important. With the instrument disinfectants found in this category, dirty instruments can be cleaned and germs killed off. The same applies for rotary instruments, such as bud burs, diamonds or even bone burs. These are cleaned in a special drill bath in an ultrasonic cleaner. There are special cleaners and disinfectants for the aspirators found in dental practices, which also keep this area as germ-free as possible.
In the category Disinfection, you will find a comprehensive supply of affordable disinfectants and accessories for all areas within the dental surgery.