Dust-X™ Disposable Adjustment Containers (20 Units Per Box)


  • Infection Control
  • Safety
  • Convenience 

Introducing the Dust-X™ Disposable Adjustment Container: clear, see-through bags with openings for hands and tools, allowing for chairside denture and partial adjustments without contaminating the office environment with denture acrylic dust. 

Dust-X™ Disposable Adjustment Containers reduce the need for large, expensive adjustment boxes in the offices' lab area.

Advantages:

  • Infection control – stops contaminated acrylic dust from contaminating the entire room, Doctor, and staff, and prevents breathing in toxic particles.
  • Time saver – denture and partial adjustments can be done chairside. This eliminates the hassle of getting up from the chair to go to the lab to make adjustments.
  • Disposable – no cleaning time required, simply dispose of the adjustment bags when finished.
  • Space saver – unlike the big, expensive adjustment boxes, DUST-X™ containers are compact and can be stored anywhere, including treatment rooms.

Cost savings:

Permanent adjustment containers in dental office labs can cost anywhere from $400-$2,500+, not including maintenance costs and replacement parts each year. Doctors who do 4-5 adjustments a month (60/year) will only be spending $150 a year on DUST-X™, which are $2.45/bag.

Uses:

  1. Denture and partial chairside adjustment
  2. Microetcher with aluminum oxide
  3. Finishing and polishing mouth guards and night guards
  4. Adjusting TMJ splints

Save money and time in cost and convenience!

An introduction of Karrie Velky, RDH, the inventor of Dust-X:

Karrie has been a dental hygienist in Iowa for over 19 years. Since her very first job as a dental hygienist, every doctor she has worked for has had the same reaction after doing a denture or partial adjustment chairside: they walk out of their operatory covered in contaminated acrylic dust. It's completely unsanitary and unsafe for respiratory health (not to mention how dirty the room looks when they are done). It creates such a huge mess, and their dental assistant is the one stuck cleaning it up. Karrie always wondered why there wasn’t something they could use to protect the staff, patients, and room from this contamination. Karrie wanted to make something to help and solve this long-standing problem, and that’s how Dust-X came to be. Read more about the inventor of Dust-X here



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