Safety Suction for Piezo Style Handpiece

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Capture Aerosol at the Source

SafetySuction® brings high-volume evacuation right up to the tip of aerosol producing ultrasonic scalers. Aerosols can contain blood, bacteria, viruses. SafetySuction®’s proven-technology captures 93% aerosol as it is produced. Aerosols and liquids safely evacuate down the standard high-vac suction line.

Maximise protection by minimising aerosol.

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SafetySuction for Piezo P5 Newtron – or similar
£150.00 £125.00
SafetySuction for EMS/Woodpecker or similar
£150.00 £125.00
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Why SafetySuction®?

The new SafetySuction® captures 93% of aerosols at their source. The standards of dentistry are ever-changing with the demands of healthcare. Routine use of masks, gloves, and other surface protection are no longer enough with the presence of droplet-spread diseases. Measures need to be taken to reduce the amount of aerosol created and distributed in order to prevent the spread within the operatory area.

  • High Volume Aerosol evacuation at the tip of your ultrasonic scaler
  • Available to fit many types of ultrasonics
  • Reduce contaminated aerosol by 93%
  • Reduces water buildup by 80%
  • Removable handpiece is autoclavable, supporting long term infection control
  • Made in the USA

Learn more about the danger of contaminated dental aerosols and how to protect yourself by reading the following articles:

Reduction of Aerosols Produced by Ultrasonic Scalers

Journal of Periodontology | January 1996 | Stephen K. Harrel, James B. Barnes, Francisco Rivera‐Hidalgo

Contaminated Dental Aerosols: The risks and implications for dental hygienists

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene | October 2003 | Stephen K. Harrel

The Fragile Immune System: Infection control precautions and practices must be strictly adhered to in order to protect both the immune compromised patient and clinician

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene | July 2004 | Stephen K. Harrel

Aerosols and Splatter in Dentistry: A Brief Review of the Literature and Infection Control Implications

Journal of the American Dental Association | April 2004 | Stephen K. Harrel, John Molinari

Aerosol and Splatter Production by Focused Spray and Standard Ultrasonic Inserts

Journal of Periodontology | May 1999 | F Rivera‐Hidalgo, J B Barnes, Stephen K. Harrel

Airborne Spread of Disease — The Implications for Dentistry

Journal of the California Dental Assocociation | November 2004 | Stephen K. Harrel

Blood Contamination of the Aerosols Produced by In Vivo Use of Ultrasonic Sealers

Journal of Periodontology | May 1999 | James B. Barnes, Stephen K. Harrel, Francisco Rivera-Hidalgo

Aerosol and splatter contamination from the operative site during ultrasonic scaling

Journal of the American Dental Association, September 1998, Harrel SK, Barnes JB, Rivera-Hidalgo F

Reduction of Bacteria — Containing Spray Produced During Ultrasonic Scaling

Academy of General Dentistry | December 2001 | S L Klyn, D E Cummings, B W Richardson, R D Davis

The Effectiveness of an Aerosol Reduction Device for Ultrasonic Scalers

Journal of Periodontology | January 1997 | T B King, K B Muzzin, C W Berry, L M Anders

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