Infection Control

Cleanliness is next to Godliness

Infection control addresses factors related to spread of infection within the heath care setting (whether from patient to doctor staff and patient to patient)

We maintain high sterilization standards clean & neat environment which we believe is the backbone of successful dental procedures. Prevention can be achieved via hand hygiene, hand washing, cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of instrument. Our specially trained staff rigorously follow these procedures under the monitoring of experts.


Our world class equipment's


1. Autoclave:

The autoclave carries out that exact function of sterilizing materials. It is a machine that uses pressure and steam to reach and maintain a temperature that is too high for any microorganisms or their spores to live. Microorganisms are what most people commonly refer to as germs. These are the bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, etc. that are able to cause infections in our bodies. Spores are the environment-resistant form of the microorganisms. Even though they are able to withstand harsher conditions, they still can be killed if extreme conditions are maintained for an extended period of time.


2. Ultrasonic Cleaners (Whale Dent)

Ultrasonic cleaning is the rapid and complete removal of contaminants from objects which are immersed in a tank of liquid that is flooded with high frequency sounds waves. These non-audible sound waves create a gentle scrubbing action within the fluid, removing contaminants from all surface areas the fluid comes into contact with.


3. Ultrasonic light chambers

A beam of laser light is passed through the device and the emerging Bessel beam is captured by a digital camera for analysis. The researchers were able to observe Bessel beams of the first to fourth order as they adjusted the amplitudes and relative phases of the loudspeakers.



4. Glass bead sterilizers

a sterilizer for endodontic equipment; the heat is transmitted to the instruments, absorbent points, or cotton pellets by means of glass beads.


5.Cold sterilization

Immersion of heat-sensitive instruments into microbicidal fluids (such as glutaraldehyde, orthophthalaldehyde, or concentrated hydrogen peroxide) to rid them of bacteria, fungi, mycobacteria, or viruses.


6.Surface disinfectant

a liquid chemical that can be applied to objects to eliminate many or all pathogenic microorganisms with the exception of bacterial spores.


7.Hand disinfectant

Hand sanitizer is a liquid generally used to decrease infectious agents on the hands. Formulations of the alcohol-based type are preferable to hand washing with soap and water in most situations in the healthcare setting. It is generally more effective at killing microorganisms and better tolerated than soap and water