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Is Your Practice Inspection Ready?

Accomplishing Best Practice in Infection Prevention and Control.

Regardless of the geographical location of a dental office... EVERY office must have a quality IPAC Program (infection prevention and control) with tailored written policies and procedures.

Compliance is directly linked to awareness. Education is key for the dental team to understand what is required (and why) within an IPAC policy that meets the standards. This translates to every member of the dental team being on the same page for IPAC philosophies and knowing the theory of 'routine practice' and when to mitigate higher risks with additional precautions. This includes an evaluation of evidenced research of products aligning with best practice concepts. Team collaboration is essential to ensure an IPAC policy is established but most important is carried through in the hectic day to day structure of dentistry. It takes one incident by one team member to break the complete chain of asepsis and place both the client and clinician at risk. From a microbiology platform, microorganisms are changing and emerging pathogens are surfacing worldwide. IPAC practices from a few years ago are no longer meeting the standards of risk management in a dental practice setting for today's world. Embrace IPAC changes as an opportunity for improvement to maintain safety for both the client and clinician.

maxill does its homework on a day to day basis in staying current with standards of practice from all provinces and the latest research and theories. There is a team at maxill dedicated strictly to education. maxill participated June 2017 in the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) IPAC Educational Conference 'Make it Happen' with the campaign of delivering 'The Safest Visit'. OSAP collaborates with the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) in reputable research.

maxill is dedicated in working with you to assist you in your own assessment of your IPAC measures. We encourage you read and utilize the Public Health of Ontario document, available online as it is applicable to different provinces when following best practice. Contact us to assist you in performing an IPAC audit.

Every question is an important question when it comes to IPAC. Call 1-800-268-8633 and connect with your local representative to get the answers you need. maxill's National Education Manager can be reached at michellea@maxill.com. maxill extends their service of an in-office visit directly in your sterile bay! IPAC is our focus, we can help you!

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