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Ultraviolet Dental Waterline Disinfectants - A Dental Healthcare Providers Guide

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Ultraviolet Dental Waterline Disinfectants - A Dental Healthcare Providers Guide

Ultraviolet (UV) disinfectants are another powerful tool in the quest to eliminate dental waterline pathogens. In this piece we try to give some perspective on how UV technology gained prominence in the medical field, what grade of UV light you should be looking at for your practice, and how dental health professionals can leverage them for better infection control in the dental water

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Municipal Tap Water

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Municipal Tap Water

The independent bottle reservoir was a significant evolution in dental unit technology. Their implementation provided dentists the ability to bypass the municipal supply and control dental water microbes with disinfectants. So why would you want to put tap water in that bottle? In this discussion, we'll give you some good reasons to think about using distilled water.  

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EPA Labels

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EPA Labels

This article covers the importance of EPA labels and what they mean to dental professionals. If you're wondering about whether or not you are following the right protocol this article will shed some light on the subject. 

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The Bacteria Problem

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The Bacteria Problem

Have you ever found yourself sitting in the dentist’s chair thinking “that’s a lot of hoses”?  Do you know how “clean” the water is coming out of the faucet and handpieces? If you find yourself asking these questions you’re not alone. In this entry we'll dig into detal waterlines and how concern you should be about their cleanliness. 

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Welcome!

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Welcome!

Your Source for Dental Water News

Do you sometimes feel there are massive amounts of rules and restrictions when it comes to maintaining your dental unit water lines? Maybe you're just looking for some general guidance in properly providing water to your dental facility.  

Here at Sterisil, we have noticed the difficulty of getting clear and concise information about the latest news and guidelines in the dental water treatment world.  As leaders in the dental water treatment industry, we'll be discussing the latest news, tips and general information on keeping your dental water in compliance.

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