Dental Point Sterilization

Our Sterilization

Dental sterilization refers to the process of sterilizing dental equipment, instruments, and surfaces in a dental office to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. This is an important aspect of infection control in dentistry, as it helps to ensure the safety of patients and dental professionals. Common methods of dental sterilization include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, and gas sterilization. Dental offices typically have strict protocols in place for sterilization to ensure that all equipment and surfaces are properly sanitized between patients.

Chemical Sterilization

Chemical Sterilization

The process of killing harmful microorganisms on dental instruments and surfaces using chemical agents.

Sterile Clave


Sterilizing instruments and equipment. It uses high-pressure steam to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms, ensuring that instruments are clean and safe to use.

Dental Sterile Wrapping

Pack Sealing

Keep instruments and equipment sterile until use. The items are placed inside a clean, sealed wrapper and kept in a sterilization area until needed.

Unit Sterilization

Cleanliness & Safety

The important step in maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the dental environment is the process of sterilizing dental instruments and equipment to eliminate harmful microorganisms before they are used on patients.

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Single Use

The needle holders and forceps, are considered to be single-use instruments and are typically disposed of after each patient.

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Chemical Cleaning

Use a cleaning solution to remove substances from the skin and rinse with water to remove any residual cleaning agents.

Dental Point Clinic Sterilization

We always carefully in all methods, step by step. Sterilizes all surgical instruments with a state–of–the–art autoclave in accordance with the highest hygienic. All equipment is sterilized by autoclave. Individual pack sealing system for all instruments. The use of single-use instruments helps to reduce the risk of cross-contamination and the spread of infectious diseases in dental practices.