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Water In, Water Out: Best Practices for Water Treatment and Processing in Dental Offices 
Presenter: Leann Keefer and Matt Chandler
Credits:  1 CEU Release Date: 5/14/19
CE Supporter: Crosstex   Expiration Date: 5/14/22

Water quality affects nearly every function of modern dental offices, and can improve - or inhibit - dental staff and equipment’s efficiency and effectiveness. In fact, poor water quality can damage dental equipment and have undesirable effects on staff and patients. This CE webinar will guide your understanding on how using the right water can help to improve patient care, staff productivity and practice profitability, while also protecting the investments made in your equipment and appliances.

During this CE webinar, we will:
• Discuss factors contributing to the problem of microbiological contamination in dental unit waterlines and maintenance protocols critical for controlling microbial growth.
• Identify the impact of water quality on effective functioning and maintenance of sterility assurance equipment.
• Discuss options for efficient water treatment, purification, and management for the dental industry.
• Assess the implication of plumbing standards on public health and the impact of various governmental agencies.

The Book on Dental Water: http://www.thebookondentalwater.com/   ( disclaimer, bio and commercial disclosure )

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