NEW MILFORD, CT, April 16, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- UpperCurve has always been a strong advocate for proper dental instrument cleaning protocol. With the recent issues surrounding rusted instruments, UpperCurve is announcing a special $200 direct to dentist rebate on the purchase of an instrument dryer. A recent RDH article entitled "Hands Off" states that, "Automated instrument cleaning machines promise a safer working environment and reduced costs.
Dr. Howard S. Glazer , DDS, FAGD comments, "Most sterilizer and dental instrument manufacturers, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), recommend that dental instruments be dried prior to autoclaving. By far, this is a consistent, safer, (i.e., less chance of accidental skin puncture via hand drying), and a more efficient use of time for your staff. Forget leaving your instruments out on a towel to air-dry; towels are easily infected and require constant laundering. This automated instrument dryer is a large (20" x 20" x 7.5") unit designed for cassettes or stand alone instruments. Your autoclave will fit nicely on top of it, and the dryer will accommodate a variety of cassette sizes and instrument baskets."
"Infection control is something that dentistry has always taken very seriously, and this instrument dryer allows us to maintain a safe and efficient instrument-cleaning protocol." comments Dr. Glazer.
UpperCurve products are distributed through Henry Schein, Benco, Burkhart, Patterson, Midwest Dental and other regional distributors. Henry Schein Canada and Sinclair Dental are distributors in the Canadian market.
UpperCurve, LLC., founded in 2009, manufactures the DryCurve 1000, the only "independent" stand alone automated dental instrument dryer available to dental offices today. For further information, please visit our website at http://www.uppercurve.com or contact us at (800) 884-9405.
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