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Sterilization products CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Designed to ensure infection control and meet mandated sterilization and sanitation requirements, sterilization products include autoclaves/sterilizers and ultrasonic cleaners, autoclave tape, and sterilization packaging.

Sterilization consists of cleaning, rinsing, drying, and wrapping. The most commonly used dental sterilizers (autoclaves) use steam (up to 270° F) in 6- to 30-minute cycles. Chemical and dry heat sterilizers eliminate moisture from the process, and ultrasonic cleaners employ cavitation action to create a cleaning turbulence that disrupts/removes debris.

Autoclave tapes/sterilization indicators are used with autoclave, dry heat and chemical sterilizers to seal autoclave bags, tubing, pouches, and CSR wraps, and indicate when sterile conditions have been achieved.

Sterilization packaging—an FDA-regulated medical device—maintains instrument sterility during storage and transport to chairside, and is used with chemical and biological monitors. Designed with built-in internal and external indicators that ensure sterilization temperatures in the autoclave chamber and instrument compartment, sterilization pouches eliminate the need for internal indicator strips. Instrument cassettes, made of stainless steel, aluminum or resin, withstand steam, chemical and dry heat sterilization, and ultrasonic cleaning. Cassettes reduce direct handling of contaminated instruments and keep instruments together throughout the sterilization process. Sterilization wrap provides a barrier against air and waterborne bacteria, and maximizes penetration by conforming easily around various cassette shapes and sizes.
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  • Julie Cullen

    Dental sterilizer monitoring requires a 3-pronged approach: mechanical, chemical, biological. That’s what the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend and what many states have instituted as part of their dental board regulations. Each step requires effort on the part of the dental team, but...

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  • Julie Cullen

    So, really, how do you know that your sterilizer is doing its job? Instruments look clean, right? But I'm sure the eyeball test can’t be the deciding factor. Spore testing to the rescue. DEFEND by Mydent International has a mail-in spore testing service that can be used with steam/autoclave, chemical vapor, dry heat, and ethylene oxide...

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    Dentists, dental assistants, and dental hygienists are notorious for promoting nutritious eating habits and a healthy lifestyle. It’s ironic that their own occupations are listed as the unhealthiest jobs in America, according to a recent article in Business Insider. The article lists 27 jobs that are most damaging to a person’s health, and...

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    Believe it or not, it’s September already. For most people, this means summer vacations are finished, kids are going back to school, and the nights are starting to get cooler. But as vacations and beaches and campfires come to an end…it also means National Dental Infection Control Awareness Month begins! National Dental Infection Control...

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    Does your practice encourage good hand hygiene habits? Do you have hand sanitizer, soap, and water easily accessible for your employees? This may sound like a no-brainer, but these 2 factors are key to getting everyone to comply with infection control guidelines. A recent study found that workplace culture can determine whether healthcare...

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