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Our Triple Protection Sterilization Procedure

One of the procedures that makes us different at Good Samaritan Dental Implant Institute is our triple protection sterilization procedure.

Dr. Andrew Slavin explains the details of our triple protection sterilization procedure at Good Samaritan Dental Implant Institute.

Please call us with any questions at 561-833-6880

Dr. Slavin’s explains our triple protection sterilization procedure at Good Samaritan Dental Implant Institute.

Dr. Slavin’s explains our triple protection sterilization procedure at Good Samaritan Dental Implant Institute.

Dr. Andrew Slavin explains the details of our triple protection sterilization procedure at Good Samaritan Dental Implant Institute.

Please call us with any questions at 561-833-6880

Our sterilization unit

Our sterilization unit (Tuttnauer: Autoclave) is a steam sterilizer which ensures the utmost to sterility of our instruments for patients.

Triple wrapped with sterilization paper

In addition to our sterilizer, our instruments are triple wrapped with sterilization paper. This paper has sterilization tape which has an indicator strip so you can see that sterilization has occurred. You see, once steam sterilization occurs, the tape turns black. This then ensures that the item is sterile.

In addition to that, we have these peel packs for smaller items.  These peel packs also have a sterilization indicator which turns dark gray when the item has achieved sterility.

Everything on or in our patients are completely sterilized

Also, we triple verify everything that goes on the patient or in the patient is completely sterile.

For any items that cannot be steam sterilized because of the temperature, we send to the hospital, where they use a gas sterilizer. This process achieves the same sterility but at a low temperature.

Each week we verify our equipment and process

Additionally, every week we do what’s called a spore test on our sterilizer in accordance with the latest CDC guidelines. The spore testing process works by taking a spore of bacteria,  run it through our sterilization process, then we send it to Emory University. They then run a sterility test to ensure our Tuttnauer unit and our process is providing complete sterility.

We hope that this has enlightened you as to the triple protection sterilization process and that we take your personal health very seriously.

 

See Also: Dental Implant Surgery

Good Samaritan Dental Implant Institute

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1411 North Flagler Drive, Suite 5400
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm

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