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    5 ways to ensure effective dental instrument processing

    Strict attention to detail encompasses the entirety of a dental professional's work – from training to product handling to treatment.

    Attention to detail is important in any job – if a chef doesn’t pay attention to the recipe, a meal can taste awful; if a lawyer puts a comma in the wrong place, a contract becomes unenforceable; if a mechanic doesn’t tighten all the bolts, a wheel can fall off a car. So, too, is its importance in the dental practice, especially as infection prevention is concerned.

    Instrument processingInstrument processing requires such attention to ensure that patients – and team members – are properly protected.

    Read more: The dangers of microbial resistance in the dental practice

    Click through the slides to learn five ways to ensure effective instrument processing.


    Robert Elsenpeter
    Robert Elsenpeter is a freelance writer and frequent contributor to Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics. He is also the author ...


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