Improve air quality in a dental practice
In the dental practice the indoor air is continuously polluted with mercury vapours, fine particulates and micro-organisms, odours, small bits of airborne metal, porcelain, ceramic particles, chemical disinfectants, monomers, along with bacteria and viruses. This is unhealthy for both the patients and employees. It can cause respiratory and pulmonary problems as well as allergic reactions. It is therefore important to improve the air quality in the dental practice.