Indications for Hypochlorous use in your Dental Practice

Indications for Hypochlorous use in your Dental Practice

(541 words. February 2024.)   Dental practices are a high-risk area for the spread of infection, either through environmental (surface, ariborne, water) or cross- infection (human to human) risks  . Dental procedures can introduce bacteria into the bloodstream,...
Can mouthwash fight not only plaque, but COVID-19 too?

Can mouthwash fight not only plaque, but COVID-19 too?

(1428 words. Author generated content.)   With the NHS dental system under strain, emergency hubs provided by the charity Dentaid are offering alcohol-free OraWize+ mouthwash to counter the effects of poor oral health and gum disease. And since the start of the...
Shock and More! The latest dental waterline research

Shock and More! The latest dental waterline research

(1228 words)   As a primary source of reinfection, biofilm control is a vital but often overlooked aspect of ‘best practice’ in dental surgeries. The focus needs to switch to biofilm formation, suggests the latest independent research on the treatment of dental...
Biofilm – are you active or passive?

Biofilm – are you active or passive?

(1426 words)   ‘Sustainable Dentistry’ is now embedded as one of the key recurring themes across all dental practices – but what does that mean for dental professionals in their everyday work? In this article, Simon Davies, founder of CleanCert...