Eve J. Cuny, BA, MA Archive

Beneath the Surface

Dental sales reps should become familiar with the infection control protocols used in the dental setting to ensure effective asepsis for clinical surfaces and equipment.

Conductor of Quality Control

Help your customers orchestrate the perfect medley of patient safety by thoroughly understanding biofilm control and dental unit waterline monitoring in order to ensure the safety of dental treatment water used in practice.

Gear up for Infection Battles

Personal protective equipment is critical to infection control. This article introduces best practices for products ranging from gloves and masks to protective eyewear — so sales reps can equip their clients to defend the health of their patients and themselves.

Cleaning Service

Because operatory surfaces can’t be sterilized, clinicians must follow proper disinfection procedures to mitigate crosscontamination risks — and sales executives can help by recommending appropriate products and protocols.
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