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When Suctions Don’t Suck: Preventing “Dental Office Down” Days with Proper Maintenance

Tuesday, March 28th  8pm EST | 7pm CST | 6pm MST | 5pm PST

Credit: 1 Self-Study CE

Prevent a “dental office down” day while ensuring your HVE tips reduce aerosols with proper dental evacuation maintenance. When suction or vacuum systems don’t actually “suck,” it is a more significant issue for the practice. Protecting the patients and the team from aerosols is essential to your infection control protocols. Many dental practitioners focus heavily on suction tips, particularly those that are comfortable to use, are budget-friendly, and are easy to handle—but properly maintaining the suction and evacuation system is much higher on the importance scale. If the system is not maintained correctly, it can mean the vacuum system doesn’t work properly or at all, resulting in a “dental office down” day. 

Learning Objectives
After completing this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Identify daily, weekly, and monthly tasks that should be completed for proper upkeep of your dental vacuum system.
  • Create standard operating procedures to ensure proper maintenance of your dental suction to prevent a slow or sluggish system.
  • Identify the no-nos for dental vacuum and suction line maintenance
  • Describe the importance of backflow prevention during patient care
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