Oraldent Ltd celebrates a significant milestone with the attainment of the ISO 13485 certification, marking a new era of excellence in medical device quality management.
The lure of a white smile is strong for many people, but it is essential they choose safe and predictable ways to achieve their desired look. With on-going advice and support, you can help them boost their self-confidence and improve their oral health at the same time.
There is a growing demand for natural ingredients in a range of products from the UK (and global) population. People care about what they are putting in or on their bodies, its impact on the environment and its long-term sustainability. This is particularly true for cosmetic or health products and is no different in dentistry. Tooth whitening is a fine example of where product ingredients may be changing to reflect this shift in preferences. Of course, solutions still need to be backed by science and research, but utilisation of safe, cruelty-free and natural substances is becoming the new gold standard.
The subject of effective cleaning and infection control has been in the spotlight for some time now. Everyone is looking to optimise their processes in order to minimise the risk of illnesses spreading. This has long been a focus for UK dental practices, who implement meticulous procedures to ensure that both staff and patients are protected from the potential threat of disease. Selecting effective products is essential for this.
Surface disinfection is a vital part of safety protocols inside the dental practice, protecting both patient and practitioner. Maintaining a clean and pathogen-free workplace helps minimise the risk of transmission of microorganisms to either party. It must be ensured that disinfectant is applied to surfaces safely and effectively, and that the correct product is chosen for the task at hand.
You know it’s time for a new tube of toothpaste when there is nothing left in the old one, but what about the toothbrush? Based on dental health guidelines toothbrush is supposed to be used at least 2 times a day for at least 2 minutes each time. Therefore, there is a widely known agreement […]