Today, there is a growing demand for more sophisticated Sterilization Technologies. The Autoclave Technology is digitally controlled and one can be assured 100% sterilization is complete. At Cosmodontist Dental & Implant Centre, Gurgaon, Autoclave Technology is used to ensure the highest level of sterilization is met before the start of any treatment.
Luckily, one of the best things to come along in dentistry just got better. New dental technology has improved the dental implant procedure, and dentists literally have the process down to a science! Patients no longer have to wait to replace their missing tooth — now the dental implant, post and dental crown can be set in just one visit. With immediate dental implants, you don’t need to live with a gap in your teeth or wear a fake temporary cap while you wait for the dental implant to heal.
These Equipment uses UV Rays to kill any bacteria that may be present on the apparatus.
Designed to allow clinicians capture and display digital images from inside a patient’s mouth, intraoral cameras are a valuable tool for patient education and case documentation. Patients do not always accept treatment they cannot understand, but an intraoral camera allows them to see what you see. A problem such as a fractured tooth can be easier to spot and impossible to ignore when it is magnified on a computer monitor or TV screen.
When it comes to cleaning your teeth, few dental instruments can match the power and speed of an ultrasonic scaler. These high-tech instruments can disrupt and flush away bacteria along with hard deposits that your toothbrush can’t touch — and they can even help moderately stained teeth look brighter.
Dentists, staff members and patients are more concerned about the transmission of infection than ever before. Sterilization as a means of controlling bacterial contamination is an essential component of the infection control process and is vital to staff and patient safety. Proper instrument sterilization is necessary to ensure the protection of patients, doctors and staff members from various infectious diseases. The dental instrument processing area in a practice should be restricted to authorized personnel only to reduce potential introduction of contamination to the environment. For this reason, the dental instrument processing area should be centrally located for easy staff access, yet separate from the operatories.