NASA technology treats patient use water

June 4, 2012
Issue 6

As the provider of the Industry’s only dental unit water line solution that uses NASA Technology, DentaPure has established itself as the “newest old company” in dentistry.

As the provider of the Industry’s only dental unit water line solution that uses NASA Technology, DentaPure has established itself as the “newest old company” in dentistry.

The issues dental offices face with infection control practices cost the practice both time and money.  “As the dental office gets busier and busier, our infection control practices become so tedious and time consuming that we begin to
overlook the protocol altogether," said Jason Decheine, National Sales Manager for DentaPure. “Mixing tablets, shocking the dental unit water lines to control biofilm and then testing the water for cfu’s is time consuming, expensive and yields inconsistent
results."

Developed by, and for NASA in the early 1990s, DentaPure’s patented iodinated resin has been
used in all Space Shuttle flights and is still in use as the safe drinking water solution on the International Space Station. The quality and consistency NASA relies on is also available to dental practices.

DentaPure eliminated the need for tablets and continuous shocking, and there is no need to monitor cfu counts - DentaPure is rated by to the EPA to maintain 200 cfu’s or less, guaranteed for a full year.

Infection control objectives are very important, "Decheine continued. "Now the protocol to achieve these objectives are easier and more effective than ever.”

When it comes to the standard you trust, Decheine recommends that you ask yourself, “Would you drink the water out of your Air/Water Syringe?”

For more information on DentaPure, go to dentapure.com.