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Every dental practice must sterilize the instruments and equipment multiple times throughout the day. This is done with different methods, such as an whakahoroi autoclave he ranei whakamaroke wera maroke.
However, to effectively sterilize the instruments, the user must place them inside a pouch or packaging. This prevents bacteria from reaching the instruments after sterilization and keeps them ready to use.
Although there are different types of sterilization packaging, self-seal sterilization pouches are among the most versatile options.
As the name suggests, self-seal sterilization pouches are specialized pouches that don't rely on any additional method to seal the instruments inside.
These pouches usually have a clear plastic cover in the front. This allows the dentist or dental hygienist to see what's inside the pouch after it is sealed. On the contrary, the back is often made of a resistant paper-like material. This prevents sharp instruments from puncturing or breaking the pouch.
Self-seal sterilization pouches come in different sizes. They can be small, medium, large, and extra large. This allows the practitioner to store them inside the pouch and organize them in groups perfectly.
Self-seal sterilization pouches possess a small lid on the edge. This lid has a strong adhesive material. Closing the lid and pressing the adhesive creates a perfect seal that prevents bacteria from reaching the instruments.