Thrive! Produce Less Aerosol, Deliver Safer Therapy

A paradigm-shifting seminar for dental professionals using high-speed handpieces, power scalers, air polishers, and periodontal curettes

This seminar is for general dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, and staff.

3 hours

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See previously published articles authored by Dr. Merijohn on dental office disease transmission prevention.

The Translational Clinical Practice System

Advances in Clinical Practice and Continuing Education “The Precautionary Context Clinical Practice Model: A Means to Implement the Evidence-Based Approach”

You use PPE and have administrative and engineering controls in place to help reduce the spread of contaminated aerosol.

You also follow manufacturers recommendations for dental unit waterline (DUWL) disinfection and although these procedures can help reduce microbial volume, the evidence is clear: they do not eliminate DUWL biofilm and therefore, cannot eliminate its risk of disease transmission.

The uncomfortable truth:  these measures are not fully protective and do not eliminate infection risk, especially for dental team members and patients who are more susceptible, such as the immunocompromised and those who are considered elderly.

Although these methods can help lessen infection spread from aerosol-generating dental procedures, the most effective strategy for infection protection includes producing less aerosol in the first place.

However, this does not mean we must stop using aerosol-generating devices such as rotary handpieces, power scalers, and air polishers.

We just have to know the facts and practice smarter!

Take this seminar and learn what leading-edge practices that also use these devices are now doing to produce less aerosol, practice safer dentistry, give their practices a key competitive edge, and thrive!

Discover the steps you can immediately put in place to practice safer, attract top dental professionals, exceed patient expectations, and increase your practice volume.

  • Aerosol-reduced dental hygiene therapy
  • Aerosol-reduced rotary instrumentation
  • Practical 3-way syringe spray substitutions
  • Leading edge strategies for practice promotion and positioning

Faculty: George K. Merijohn DDS