What’s New?

Doug Braendle of SciCan introduces the new Salus cassette line at CDA Anaheim. What makes the Salus cassette different is that there is no need to use a sterilization barrier to store or sterilize the cassette, as it has a reusable, semi-permeable membrane to keep instruments safe and clean. According to SciCan, features include:

 

No Wrap Required

SALUS eliminates the costly and time consuming use of sterilization paper and pouches.

Save hours spent wrapping, hundreds of dollars in sterilization paper, and reduce waste.

 

Safe Transport

SALUS eliminates the need to handle your hygiene instruments during reprocessing. Instruments are safely and easily transported in the rack and sleeve.

The tamper evident latch is activated when processed through a steam sterilizer.
Rack handles lock instruments in place.

 

User Friendly

Transparent container allows for instant identification of instruments and chemical indicator.

 

Maintain OSHA Compliance

SALUS is OSHA compliant for transport. Safety knob locks container for secure transport.

 

Capacity and Sterile Storage

SALUS fits most standard hygiene solid instruments (up to 6.88”). Maintains sterility for up to 30 days. Container to last 2,500 cycles.

 

If you would like more information, or would like to order any SciCan or Salus products, contact Yaeger Dental at 650-593-5100.

[CDA What’s New? #8] – It’s the last day of the 2017 Moscone CDA Convention, but that doesn’t mean we’re done just yet! Join us at the Air Techniques booth with Teague Paratore and Tim Yaeger Jr. as they take a look at the modular CamX Triton HD Intraoral Camera. With this system, you can take headshots for patient files, closeup shots for insurance requests and patient education, and with a quick swap of the camera attachment, segue right into carries detection seamlessly. Not only is this the most flexible and upgradeable camera on the market, but new attachments are still being developed for future diagnostic procedures.

[CDA What’s New? #7] – What do you get when you cross the art and precision of Swiss watchmaking with the most important instrument in a dentist’s practice? Daniel Call invites Tim Yaeger to the Bien-Air booth for a brief peek into the company’s history which reveals a pedigry of excellence and innovation spread over decades in the industry.

[CDA What’s New? #5] – How do you know what’s going through your dental water lines? Can you trust tap water, or even distilled water when it comes to infection control during normal operations? Josh Mabie from Sterisil joins Tim Yaeger Jr. at the Associated Dental Dealers booth to explain how to treat your water lines the proper way to ensure patient safety while you work.

[CDA What’s New? #4] – Today is the first day of the CDA convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The deadline is here to make sure you’re compliant with California’s new clean water legislation, and every office is now required to have an amalgam separator attached to their vacuum system. There is still a last minute scramble to comply, and we’re here to make sure you’re covered with the best options possible. Mike Toole from Solmetex joins Tim Yaeger Jr. at the Associated Dental Dealers booth to inform us about why the new generation Hg5 is the best option on the market, along with info on the current $900 savings promotion to California dentists.

Owen Boyd introduces a new form of water disinfection hosted at the TPC booth at CDA Anaheim. This two-stage system has a 99.9999999% effective rate, using a compact ozone generator to bubble the water in a way that decontaminates water better than iodine products. The ozone levels are monitored within the system via built in sensors, but in the case of an electronic failure, a backup, statically charged filter housing acts as an additional analog line of defense for your water lines. When yearly maintenance is honored, the manufacturer will warranty the device for life, as well, setting a tone for equipment longevity.

Having just come off with a major success in their steel Integra casework line, Midmark is once again upping their game and adding a myriad of improvements to their cabinetry. Adding more steel to exposed work surfaces, as well as adding more accent colors, the Integra line required a large enough update to rename the product line. The new Synthesis group of modular cabinets is unlike anything else on the market currently. Crissy Treon explains the benefits of their new product line.