Dental offices are considered one of the highest risk places to get infected with SARS-CoV-2. Having poor air quality in your dental office increases this risk further. Even prior to Covid, dentists wore masks due to the chemical compounds used, which can be harmful under certain conditions. With the spread of disease at top of mind, dental offices are looking for better indoor air quality solutions to ensure everyone breathes safely.
Air quality in dental offices and the motiveLighting solution
Today, dental office leaders are placing a top priority on being able to control air and surface pathogens to ensure safe air quality for patients and staff. Being able to tout continuous purified air in a dental office places an important emphasis on a practice’s commitment to the care and well-being of its patients. AirGuardian is the ideal solution to ensure each room is providing safe and continuous purified air and surface disinfection.
Why dental offices should care:
including ones that contain SARS-CoV-2,
can linger in the air after a dental procedure1
rank first among workplaces with the worst indoor air quality2
contribute to contaminants in the air3