Sterilization

    When choosing your dentist, do not neglect to know how sterilization is done considering the following: !!
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CAUTION You can get infectious disease if you are taking your teeth !!! TABLY if some STERILIZATION rules are not applied !!! many dentists work unfortunately as HBV, HCV, HGV, herpes viruses and tuberculosis effect spreaders.

When choosing your dentist, do not neglect to know how sterilization is done considering the following: !!

Sterilization, packaging, storage and distribution of dental materials used in dentistry by appropriate techniques play an important role in controlling infections. Hospital infections are the most important problems of developed and developing countries. As in all other health institutions, the aim is to be able to provide the most appropriate service for the patients who are offered oral dental health services. The central organization in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has developed a conceptual human blood called "universal precautions" in infection control and the "Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)" known to be infectious for body fluids such as saliva, Hepatitis B Virus HBV) and other pathogens are contaminating. Accordingly, infection control and sterilization methods called universal precautions should be applied to all patients.

STERILIZATION AND HYGIENE RULES IN CLINICALIZATION:

Autoclave Usage

Autoclaves (as they are) are devices that apply pressure steam to sterilize medical supplies, ranging in volume from 18 to 76 liters. In clinics using dry air sterilizers in dentistry, the failure rate in sterilization was 60%. In clinics using autoclaves, especially in the B CLASS AUTOCLAVE (There are 3 kinds of autoclave as N, S and B, it is accepted as the most successful B class AUTOCLAVE by the Association for Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) which is the institute of sterilization standards in USA) sterilization There was no failure in terms of. Heat alone or pressure alone can not be sufficient for sterilization. The rule to be observed is; heat and pressure are applied at the same time for a certain period. However, it is possible to destroy the sport forms of the bacteria in this way. The DENTSTİL DENTAL CLINIC uses the globally accepted B class W & H.

DISTRIBUTED WATER
All the wastewater from the tip of the tools used to process your teeth is distilled and used.

Disposible Instruments:
Disposable injectors are used in a single patient and then discarded in a single patient, including the needles used in these injectors, plastic cups in which patients' mouths are shaken, anesthetic solutions, blood in the mouth and tips for sucking saliva during treatment. Patient's Prevention Prevents the passage of bacteria through your blood and saliva to your clothes during treatment. It is disposable for every patient.

Use of examination gloves, mask, protective eyewear:
Blood, saliva, respiration, and contacts are used to protect both the patient and the physician and assistant personnel from the microbes that may pass between the physician and the patient.

Shoe for shoes and automatic shoe use:
When you think about the rate of throwing garbage and spitting on the streets, we estimate that you or your relatives will not want to bother to treat it. For this reason you are using a galosh. Dentists and staff only use the shoes they use in the practice environment.

Disinfectant sprayers and solutions (solutions):
Patient seats should be cleaned with disinfectant spray after each patient and the protective cover on the head should be replaced. In addition, the instruments used in the patients should be kept in disinfectant solutions before they are sent to the lab from the hot air sterilizer, the plaster models obtained from the patients and the gypsum models (to protect the technical staff) without being contacted to the mouth of the patient.

Disposal of Used Material:
Glass and plastic materials should be separately bagged and collected in sealed bottles in water to prevent amalgam filling residues (to prevent the mercury vapor from spreading in the center) by breaking the used needle ends and collecting in a bottle.

STERILIZATION PROCESS STEPS
1. Cleaning-inspection.
2. Packing-loading.
3. Sterilization process.
4. Discharge-register.
5. Storage-distribution.


1. Cleaning-Inspection
The first step in the process is the cleaning that is absolutely effective and in accordance with the principles. It has been reported that 95-97% of microorganisms have been removed from the middle of a good wash. Cleaning is done by hand or by devices (disinfectors-ultrasonic washing devices). Washing disinfectors, ultrasonic washing devices, which are starting to be seen slowly in the clinics, are aiming to reduce the human workload the most.

2. Packaging-Loading
The material to be sterilized must be protected with the package until the moment of use. Packaging should provide an effective barrier to protect the material from possible contamination. Package papers should be compatible with the material and the selected sterilization method. Disposable packaging material should not be reused. Large packages can cause problems with sterilization by blocking the supply enough. Packages that become damp at the end of the sterilization process should not be considered sterile and should not be used.

3. Sterilization
It can be described as the destruction of all living forms of microorganisms, including bacterial spores. For sterilization, it is necessary to decrease the amount of microorganism and spore on cismin by at least 10-6 log.

4. Discharge / Registration
It allows all steps to be recalled when requested. Proof of work done and tests, chemical, biological and physical performance tests are recorded.

5. Storage-Distribution
All materials must be transported in enclosed transfer vehicles and placed in shelving systems. Persons suspected of contamination should be treated again from the beginning. The storage area should be near the sterilization area. Unnecessary contact should be avoided and care should be taken when using it.