Dental sterilization is a critical aspect of dental practice aimed at ensuring a safe and hygienic environment for both dental care providers and patients.
It involves the application of various procedures and techniques to eliminate or destroy all forms of microbial life on dental instruments and equipment. At our clinic we adhere to the strictest sterilization and infection control protocols.

Our sterilization protocols include:

1. Instrument processing and packaging: Before sterilization, dental instruments undergo a thorough cleaning process to remove debris, saliva, and blood using ultrasonic cleaners and manual scrubbing. They are cleaned and dried and then carefully packaged in sterilization pouches. 2. Sterilization methods: Autoclaves use steam under pressure to achieve high-temperature sterilization. 3. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Dental care providers wear appropriate PPE, such as gloves and masks, during instrument processing to prevent cross-contamination. 4. Infection control protocols: All contaminated materials are properly handled and disposed, to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. 5. Regular maintenance and calibration: Sterilization equipment, including autoclaves, undergo regular maintenance and calibration to ensure their proper functioning and accuracy.


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