dental insure plastic sleeves are placed over equipment such as the air water syringe and high-speed evacuate the plastic acts as a barrier to protect equipment from contamination caused by dental insure or spray this aids in the prevention of disease.
Transmission after a patient has been treated the plastic barriers are removed and put into a leak-proof container for dental insure according to national and/or state or local regulations areas of the treatment room with.
He potential for contamination should be disinfected before the next patient is treated after the treatment room has been disinfected new plastic barriers are put into place for the next patient a schedule for cleaning dental unit water lines.
Should be established for additional information on infection control and proper sterilization and disinfection methods OSHA guidelines should be referenced a dental practice may have different setups for different .
Procedures often the trays are set up according to the various procedures to be done that day some dental offices incorporate color coded preset trays to aid in operator setup these trays may be preset the night before according to the different procedures used in the office if there are any questions on the correct procedure of the patient treatment.
Room setup a supervisor should be contacted when the patient arrives at the office she or he should be greeted in the reception room by name the dental assistant should be Pleasant and help make the patient feel relaxed and comfortable notes on file regarding.
the patient’s personal life like an upcoming marriage or recent career change should be mentioned this lets the patient know that she or he is cared about and that the dental staff recognizes