Prevent Infections with these Helpful Tips ecervello@hu-f… Thu, 03/05/2020 - 13:04

Revisit our most popular infection prevention blogs, webinars, and eBooks for advice, resources, and reminders to help ensure a safe environment for your patients and staff

If you've been watching the news you know that infection prevention is top of mind. Moreover, it’s still flu season, and the CDC estimates that there have been between 32 and 45 million cases of the flu from October through the third week in February.

6 Critical Steps for Cleaning and Protecting Your Dental Instruments Tue, 05/22/2018 - 12:38

Does Your Office Follow the CDC’s Guidelines Correctly?

Instrument SterilizationInstruments must be properly taken care of if they are to function as they were intended, for as long as they were intended. A safe and efficient cleaning process will protect the investment you’ve made in high-quality dental instruments.

Getting A Dirty Job Done. The Easy Way! Wed, 11/15/2017 - 16:32

Quick tips to make your instrument processing thorough and safe

If you've ever watched the reality television show Dirty Jobs, you've probably concluded that dirty jobs are fun to watch or learn about, but not to do. However, these so-called "dirty jobs" play vital roles in society, keeping a world on the move going. When you think about it, especially on a microscopic level, instrument reprocessing is a dirty job, too, with countless microbes and organic debris being removed from the surfaces of instruments.

The Top 5 Reasons Dental Practices Don’t Own a Cassette-Based Instrument Management System Mon, 10/30/2017 - 16:18

Dental professionals have a lot on their plates these days. There is a tremendous amount to think about, such as practice profitability, technology investments, team efficiency, new patient acquisition, and continuing education — just to name a few. With all of this to balance, it can be difficult to take a step back and look at specific processes that happen every day to determine if there are better, faster and safer ways to do things.