WHY SANCTUARY DENTAL DAM IS DIFFERENT

Benefits of Powder -free

Natural Rubber Latex contains the natural plant protein. Plant protein contains some allergen which may cause allergic reaction to some people. As such, by removing the powder and the protein, Sanctuary Dental Dams are safer and more comfortable for the user.

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Sanctuary Powder-Free Dental Dams

Powdered Dental Dams

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Product characteristic and its intended purpose.

Sanctuary Powder-Free Dental Dams

Visually looks shiny and feels cleaner.

Sanctuary’s powder-free feature in Dental Dam helps to address protein allergy concern by reducing powder residual which act as the medium of contact between protein and patient during procedure.

Powdered Dental Dams

Dull appearance.

Powdered latex product such as latex gloves have been linked to cases of latex allergy.

Product characteristic and its intended purpose.

Visually looks shiny and feels cleaner.

Sanctuary’s powder-free feature in Dental Dam helps to address protein allergy concern by reducing powder residual which act as the medium of contact between protein and patient during procedure.

Dull appearance.

Powdered latex product such as latex gloves have been linked to cases of latex allergy.

A Comparative Information Between powder-free and powdered

Sanctuary (Powder-free)

Powdered Sample

Dental Dam Accessories Application and Guides

1) Punch a hole in the dam based on the tooth / teeth size(s) which need to be worked on.
2) Place the clamp into the dam then stretch the dam on the frame.
3) Secure the dental dam clamp onto the tooth / teeth.

Normally, the teeth are bathed in saliva, and this is usually very beneficial to them. However, when working on the teeth, it’s better if the area is kept dry by the use of a dental dam. This enables the dentist to prepare and restore the tooth with precision.

Additionally, the state-of-the-art adhesives to use when restore the teeth require a dry environment to bond properly, so a dental dam helps to produce the best possible result.

The dental dam also works to hold the mouth open and keep the tongue out of the way. And finally, the dental dam prevents any debris from the procedure from falling to the back of throat.

When the procedure is completed, the dental dam comes right off. Dental dams are recommended to be stored in less than 40 degree Celcius, cool and dry condition.

  1. Check the device to be in good condition.
  2. This device is non sterile.
    • Sterilize the product accordingly.
    • During sterilization or drying procedure, secure enough space between instruments so that they do not come in contact with each other.
      A sterilized wrap must be used.

1) Punch a hole on the dental dam using a dental dam punch.
2) Consider the tooth size, location, gingival architecture and choose the right size of dental dam clamp. Insert the clamp wings into punched hole.
3) Fit the dental dam onto the dental dam frame.
4) Place the dental dam clamp firmly on the tooth with dental dam forceps.

1) Staining may be caused during sterilization. Follow the instructions provided. Do not open the case until the steam has completely evaporated.
2) Do not use the product other than its intended use.
3) Store the device at room temperature.
4) Sharp object may cause tear on the dental dam.

1) Punch a hole in the dam based on the tooth / teeth size(s) which need to be worked on.
2) Place the clamp into the dam then stretch the dam on the frame.
3) Secure the dental dam clamp onto the tooth / teeth.

Normally, the teeth are bathed in saliva, and this is usually very beneficial to them. However, when working on the teeth, it’s better if the area is kept dry by the use of a dental dam. This enables the dentist to prepare and restore the tooth with precision.

Additionally, the state-of-the-art adhesives to use when restore the teeth require a dry environment to bond properly, so a dental dam helps to produce the best possible result.

The dental dam also works to hold the mouth open and keep the tongue out of the way. And finally, the dental dam prevents any debris from the procedure from falling to the back of throat.

When the procedure is completed, the dental dam comes right off. Dental dams are recommended to be stored in less than 40 degree Celcius, cool and dry condition.

  1. Check the device to be in good condition.
  2. This device is non sterile.
    • Sterilize the product accordingly.
    • During sterilization or drying procedure, secure enough space between instruments so that they do not come in contact with each other.
      A sterilized wrap must be used.

1) Punch a hole on the dental dam using a dental dam punch.
2) Consider the tooth size, location, gingival architecture and choose the right size of dental dam clamp. Insert the clamp wings into punched hole.
3) Fit the dental dam onto the dental dam frame.
4) Place the dental dam clamp firmly on the tooth with dental dam forceps.

1) Staining may be caused during sterilization. Follow the instructions provided. Do not open the case until the steam has completely evaporated.
2) Do not use the product other than its intended use.
3) Store the device at room temperature.
4) Sharp object may cause tear on the dental dam.