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September 22, 2009
In previous issues of Practice Tips we’ve discussed a number of techniques, tools, and principles for repair, but to avoid breakdowns in the first place, the importance of regular maintenance cannot be over-emphasized.
This month, we’ll look at sterilizers. Along with the compressor and vacuum, the sterilizer is the lifeblood of your practice. Without sterile instruments, you can not practice; so it is imperative that your sterilizer keeps functioning well.
The following list is of necessity “generic” but should be applicable to most sterilizers. Consult your owner’s manual for the specific recommendations that pertain to your particular make and model of sterilizer. Feel free to print this list and post it in your sterilization area for easy consultation by your staff.
While there are never any guarantees, with proper maintenance your sterilizer should serve you well for many, many years while avoiding costly breakdowns.
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