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The 2L ultrasonic dental cleaner is designed with 60W ultrasonic power and 100W heating power. It can fit for daily cleaning jobs in your dental office.
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0~30 Minutes Setting
20 GP:1600pcs/40 GP:3200pcs
What Is Ultrasonic Dental Instrument Cleaner And How It Works For You?
A dental ultrasonic cleaner is a small machine that is used to clean dentures using the high-frequency waves generated by ultrasonic technology in a cleaning solution. These waves create bubbles that agitate the surface of the dentures and thoroughly clean every crack and crevice to ensure that they are cleaner than they ever would be if someone were to attempt to clean them by hand. This convenient and efficient process is especially useful for anyone who wears dentures on a daily basis and wants to be sure that they are clean before and after each use.
A dental ultrasonic cleaner can also be found in a dentist’s office where dental hygienists make use of the technology to clean tools and components used in their practice. The cleaner allows them to quickly clean instruments, but a spray form of the ultrasonic cleaner can even be used to clean the teeth of patients. An ultrasonic tooth scaler emits a cleaning solution that has been agitated by high-frequency waves. This solution cleans the patient’s teeth when it comes into contact with them by removing any plaque or buildup that may be resting on the surface or caught in the small space between the teeth. The energy exerted by the dental ultrasonic cleaner can remove any particles that might be stuck. Water is used as a coolant so that the solution does not bother the patient’s teeth, and the experience can be much more pleasant than the traditional method of plucking away at plaque using sharp metal instruments.
Many companies that manufacture large ultrasonic cleaners for industrial use also manufacture these small dental ultrasonic cleaners for sale to clients in the dental supply industry. The basic principles used in a dental ultrasonic cleaner are the same as the ones used in any custom ultrasonic cleaner. A solution that is developed specifically for use in dental applications is used with the ultrasonic cleaner. This solution is required to maintain the appropriate PH levels and protect the patient from being exposed to any harmful chemicals while his/her teeth are being cleaned.
Effectiveness Of Ultrasonic Cleaning Of Dental Instruments:
Cafruny WA1, Brunick A, Nelson DM, Nelson RF.
PURPOSE: To quantitate blood contamination present on dental instruments used for routine prophylaxis and to assess the effectiveness of ultrasonic decontamination in reducing blood and virus contamination on dental instruments.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: Human blood contamination present on dental instruments obtained after routine prophylaxis was analyzed using IgG as a blood marker. RESULTS: The estimated contaminating blood volume was found to normally range between 1.4 x 10(-6) to 2.0 x 10(-4) ml.
Attempts to saturate the instruments with blood contamination suggested that the maximum possible retained blood volume was about 10-fold higher than the normal levels of contamination. Hand scrubbing of contaminated instruments was both relatively ineffective and inconsistent in removing blood contamination.
Decontamination in an ultrasonic cleaner was more effective than hand washing, resulting in greater than a 100-fold reduction of blood contamination. Using a mouse model virus (lactate dehydrogenase-elevating virus, LDV), high levels of virus contamination of dental instruments and dental handpieces were achieved, as determined by assay of the residual virus.
Ultrasonic treatment reduced the level of virus contamination present on dental instruments by one million-fold, and virus contamination present in dental handpieces was reduced by one thousand-fold.
These results provide quantitative estimations of the infection threat and its reduction by ultrasonication, posed by human-exposed dental instruments.
Cleaning solutions for ultrasonic cleaners can be any kind of liquid that you want. Many applications use distilled water as a cleaning solution.
Specific cleaners exist for applications in cleaning equipment that are exposed to blood and saliva. These enzymatic cleaners come in the form of a presoak that will bind to and loosen up blood, tissue, and saliva, making them soluble in water. This is done by the enzymes in the cleaner. As such, when the instruments are placed into the ultrasonic cleaner after an enzymatic presoak, they are cleaned and the organic material will be pulled away from the surface of the instrument and dissolved into the cleaning solution. Cleaning instruments this way eliminates the need for harsh detergents that, in some cases, are not as effective in cleaning as an ultrasonic cleaner paired with an enzymatic presoak.