Tag Archives: air water syringe

  • Quick Tip Tuesday #79: A/W Syringes

    When it comes to purchasing dental supplies, I'm sure you have looked at two or three products and wondered: What product(s) are right for my practice? There are so many products to choose from and a lot of times it comes down to price. However, are those products the best for the environment, how long do they last, do they clean easily, what kind of assistance comes with my purchase, and will I be spending my money wisely. Those are all thoughtful questions to think about and your answers will vary. This dentist asked us about the right option for going green when it comes to choosing their air and water syringe tips:

    Knowing a little about the differences between metal and plastic AW syringe tips will help you decide what is best for you. If you go the route of disposable plastic tips, BeeSure has a ton of great products and is also conscious of the environmental impact.

  • Quick Tip Tuesday #73: Air & Water Syringes

    Welcome back to the tip of the week! This is a question that gets asked quite often, especially when protecting the environment is a key concern right now. Sometimes changing one thing at a time is a good way to start going green in your dental office. We have this advice to give this dentist:

    Air and water syringe tips are one of those items that could be a quick fix and start you down the path of going greener. Metal syringe tips are more expensive, but they will last longer and can be easily cleaned compared to the disposable plastic ones. If you do go the route of dental disposables, make sure items are biodegradable and better on the environment. Companies like BeeSure are developing products with these priorities in mind and are giving back to organizations that are benefiting our surroundings. Besides buying environmentally friendly products, using less water and energy are other ways to go green at your dental practice.

  • Quick Tip Tuesday #53: Air/Water Syringes

    Leaking syringes are not uncommon in the dental office. Lucky for you, it is a quick fix that any dentist or hygienist can do. Our customers ask us this all of the time:

    Did you find out what your leaky culprit was? We have even more syringe questions like this for you to help you.