We all buy gloves that we have been using since we started our practice and which feel comfortable as well. But do you know if you are using the right gloves or not?
Read more here to know more about your gloves and their usage!
Resuming dentistry post lockdown must be bothering you. Read more and be a pro while you re-open your dental clinic and enjoy your flaw-less workplace!
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Dental clinics and dentists are the ones who are directly exposed to infections. While there is a lot of hue and cry for the deadly virus around, the extraoral suction unit helps in preventing the cross-contamination of infection between the dentist and the patient. Read more about the advantages of External Oral Suction Unit here
Introduction of suction units into the field of dentistry has given access for the dentists to operate or examine their patients by lying on the chair. The suction unit helps in withdrawing the fluid secretions during the dental procedure. Read more
The introduction of RVG sensors and X-Rays together has given better image quality and durability. An X-Ray can be done on either side, there are two types of X-Rays i.e Intraoral X-Ray and Extraoral X-Ray. Intraoral X-Rays are of four types read more
Burs and files are the most important pieces of equipment to carry out the endodontic procedures. Therefore keeping them disinfected and sterilizing them properly is the most important task to be done.
Sterilization is one of the most important things when it comes to killing germs. People mostly disinfect the instruments thinking it kills germs but the reality behind it is different. Disinfection only makes the germs harmless whereas sterilization kills the germs making instruments safe for further use. Autoclaves are used often to sterilize the instruments, read here
While operating on your patient it is necessary that you sit in a comfortable position that gives you the proper sight to carry out the procedure. Read about the possible comfortable positions while operating your patient here