Hypurazone has easily become part of the cleaning routine for dental practice

February 25, 2021 1 min read

Hypurazone has easily become part of the cleaning routine for dental practice

 

We recently had some great feedback from a dental practice with regards to our products. During the rollercoaster of the pandemic, dental surgeries have had a particularly hard time as guidance has frequently changed as we began to understand more about Covid-19 and how it may be transmitted. Obviously dentistry requires close contact and there’s a high occurrence of aerosol sprays resulting from some treatments. All of these exacerbate the risk of airborne transmission. Guidance has varied over the course of the pandemic, but high standards of hygiene remain key to ensure practices are still able to give critical services.

A dental clinic client chose CCL products and reported back to us to let us know how reassured they are. They purchased CCL Hypurazone Surface Disinfectant, for powerful and effective disinfection on surfaces that would have frequent contact, and therefore risk of viral transmission. Both the medical and admin staff said they liked using is, and that it was easy to use.  It was also noted that staff remarked that they liked that it is odour-free. Most importantly, 2 members of staff have asthma, and the frequent use of this product within the clinic has not aggravated their breathing.

We are delighted that our disinfectant products have so easily become part of the cleaning routine for this practice, and we greatly appreciate the feedback.

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