N95 and Biohazard Areosols

N95 Mask

Biohazard Aerosols, Airborne Particles, and Splatter Contaminates The following information I have present to the dental profession for many years. I have revised the contents to accommodate changes based on current issues and developments. Please keep in mind, the information is my recommendation for establishing a higher standard when dealing with biohazard aerosols, airborne particles, […]

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Risky Business – Biohazard Aerosols

A banner was sent to me stating this, “Experts states Dentist have the highest risk of transmitting and contracting COVID-19” Just COVID-19 and just dentist, I asked myself. The fact is dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants are all exposed to everything the patient brings to the office every day. Biohazard aerosols are most common in […]

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Coronavirus Safeguards

Basic safeguards against the Coronavirus Coronavirus is a concern with everyone, especially the healthcare profession. When it comes to dentistry, we do not have the screening resources like the medical profession, so it’s a good idea to review the basics. Hand Hygiene Wash hands with soap and water frequently, more than you usually do. When […]

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Mask Shortage

Masks Shortage & Coronavirus The Coronavirus, aka COVID – 19 or SARS Coronavirus 2, is not a China problem. The Coronavirus is a World Wide Problem even though China’s crisis is an epidemic, it’s not a pandemic at this time, but the problem is expected to become worst before it becomes better. Due to fear […]

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About Burs

Bur Processing – Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper use, processing, etc. This is the first step in bur processing. In most cases, you will need to access the manufacturer’s website for the information. Keep in mind, single-use burs are saturating the market, make absolutely sure the burs you are using are reusable or single-use. […]

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