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Why A Swipe With Just Any Wipe Can Affect Your Dental Chair Surfaces And Be Detrimental To Your Health 
Presenter: Debbie Zafiropolous, RDH Release Date: 8/24/17
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 8/24/20
  Reviewed: 2019        

In the hustle and bustle of everyday dentistry we do not often think of one of the hardest working pieces of our dental equipment - the dental chair. Sure it has been utilized and modernized since 1790, when the world’s first adjustable dental chair was invented. But has the way we preserve them? In this informative CE webinar Debbie Z will lead the discussion in the value of properly cleaning and preserving dental chair upholstery, how to minimize the time and steps needed to do so while incorporating our own health protecting systems so that we can continue to serve the profession we love.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to
• Determine and develop the best way to clean, preserve and prevent extensive damage to the upholstery covering your dental chairs without exposing ourselves to toxic fumes or aerosols.
• Understand the difference between products that disinfect surfaces versus cleaning upholstery.
• Implement a simple yet effective process to achieve surface disinfection and upholstery preservation with the most efficient products in the shortest steps.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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