Preventing Virus Transmission in Dental Offices with the Antibac Pen
Date: September 10, 2011 Richard Jones

The prevention of bacteria and virus transmission is important in dental offices and dentist’s clinics, as dental infection control is necessary in ensuring that both the patient and the dentist are far from harmful elements that can cause illnesses. A pen is one of the most used items in a dental office – and it is often a tool in transmitting bacteria and viruses, since one pen is most likely shared by multiple persons.

The Antibac Pen can kill 99.9% of harmful viruses and bacteria; this pen is created from specially-treated plastic with an active ingredient that effectively destroys bacteria as soon as it (the pen) comes into contact these harmful bacteria. The Antibac Pen is the only one of its kind approved by British Standards, and is approved for use in hospitals and dental clinics across the UK.

It is important to take all necessary precautions to prevent the transmission of harmful bacteria and viruses in dental clinics, to ensure that patients (and dentists as well) are protected from harm while undergoing the dental treatments they need. The Antibac Pen may be small, but it guarantees bacteria and virus transmission by effectively killing these harmful organisms – before they can do any harm to those who simply want to use a pen.

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