Can a Sterilization Center Save Your Staff Time?

Sterilization is a vital, but time-consuming, part of the daily routine in a dental office. So naturally, a centrally located sterilization center that maximizes flow, efficiency and materials turnover is key.

But let’s take that a step further. The sterilization center should reflect a process-based design system. One that follows a streamlined process to ensure that materials and instruments are properly sterilized—and remain sterile while in storage. Take the A-dec Inspire sterilization center, for example.

Create a Safe, Consistent Process

A-dec Inspire dental cabinets follow recommended CDC protocol for the sterilization center, creating a safe, consistent process and streamlining the flow of materials. The layout groups together related steps, strategically following CDC guidelines with a specified location for receiving and cleaning, preparation and packaging, sterilization, and storage. It helps ensure that the entire team follows the same steps, which inevitably helps boost productivity.

Learn more about how A-dec Inspire can streamline your workflow and increase efficiency.

By |2019-01-14T23:29:05-07:00May 15th, 2018|Dental Cabinets|

About the Author:

Kathy Rotramel, senior writer, has decades of writing experience with a strong focus on creating compelling content that resonates with readers. Rotramel has written many articles for the dental industry on topics including ergonomics, practice planning, efficiency, and dental office design.