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  Knowing how to set up your surgical room requires a minimum of knowledge in implantology, as well as cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation protocols.  When it comes to dental surgery hygiene, most assistants are faced with a harsh reality – the dizzying gap between the theory (what should be done) and the practice (what can be done). In this article, we suggest taking another look at the rudiments of contamination risk when preparing your surgical room so you can better organise your gestures to reduce cross-contamination. Hygiene & asepsis We use these two terms constantly and yet most of the…
  Peri-implantitis is a complex subject, so we thought it would be…
Hand washing is essential in the dental practice. So much so that…

What’s the ACADEMY ?

Far from a « hidden treasure », dental surgery has been around for over a decade, and is no longer reserved to specialists. However, dental surgeons regularly come across new problems and new questions. In the Academy, a comprehensive and completely free collection of information, HYGITECH guides you through all the key subjects: Videos of clinical cases, communication with the patient, rules and regulations, product traceabilty and management, and useful links.