Our Offices Now Have Surgically Clean Air — Here’s What It Means for You
Surgically Clean Air (Photo credit: Unsplash/Surgically Clean Air)
As we’ve reopened our practice in the midst of COVID-19, we’ve taken extensive measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff and our patients. In addition to extra layers of personal protective equipment, new in-chair practices, limited appointments, front desk sneeze guards, and more in-depth communication between our office and our patients, we are now taking progressive measures to sterilize the air for a germ-free environment with surgically clean air.
So, what exactly is “surgically clean air”?
In a normal, unfiltered room, impurities (like dust, dirt, skin cells, and allergens) and microorganisms (mold, bacteria, fungus, and viruses) pollute the air we breathe. However, our new medical-grade filtration system will purify and re-energize the indoor air, removing 99 percent of all those impurities.
How exactly does this work?
In our practice, we’ll be using a medical-grade six-stage filtration system to capture dust particles, pollen, volatile organic chemicals, gases, mold, allergens, viruses, odors (like formaldehyde and smoke), bio-aerosols, and many other pollutants. This is not your average filtration system. Independent lab testing (RTI) have found Surgically Clean Air Purifiers to successfully removes 99 percent of indoor air pollutants (viruses, bacteria, fungus, etc.) in under 15 minutes. In our office, every cubic foot of air in the practice will be cleaned, purified, and re-energized 6 times an hour.
Why is this important to Dental Professionals?
We know these are strange, stressful times and we want our patients to not only be protected and safe but to have peace of mind when they enter and leave our office.
An added perk of surgically clean air?
You may even feel more awake after your appointment as the negative ion generator makes the indoors feel more pure, clean, and energized to help combat fatigue.
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