Dental waterlines are extremely susceptible to bacterial contamination. Why that’s the case is another conversation altogether, but because of that, they must be treated consistently and effectively.
If you haven't read the new OSAP white paper and recommendations on Dental Unit Water Quality, you’ve probably heard about it.
With dental unit waterline safety being a bit of a hot topic right now, let's get you off to a great start.
Developing a dental waterline treatment protocol (or procedure or strategy) isn’t difficult. Developing one that works, however, can be. There’s a lot of confusion out there about what works and what’s necessary.
[Edited February 25, 2019]
The information regarding this legislation has changed. For the most accurate and up-to-date information on California water legislation, click here.
[Edited August 14, 2018]
Well, if you haven't heard, it is official. The Dental Board of California (DBC) passed the[...]
This month we sat down with Kim Laudenslager, an accomplished OSHA trainer and member of the Office Sterilization & Asepsis Procedures Research Foundation (OSAP). Laudenslager was named “2018 Consultant of the Year” by ProEdge Dental Water Labs for her dedication to her clients and her commitment[...]
Helping dental professionals understand dental waterline treatment and achieve safe dental water… It’s what we do.