These three words are central to everything ProEdge does. Yes, we test and treat dental water, but that’s not why we come to work every day. The team at ProEdge Dental Water Labs believes in protecting the welfare of dental professionals and the patients in their care. From start to finish, we assist each dentist, hygenist, office manager, or infection control coordinator to treat their dental water quickly, effectively, and repeatedly so they can focus on what they do best. We do this with award-winning products and the best customer service. Together, we promote health in dentist offices across the country.
Because it’s the only way to know your patients and practice are safe.
The truth is waterline maintenance is not easy. Just because you are implementing a waterline maintenance program doesn’t mean you have safe water. In fact, about 30% of practices that test their waterlines fail to pass. Both the ADA & CDC affirm regular testing is the only way to know if your practice has dental water safe enough for patient care. Once the results are in, our experts can help identify the problem and help your practice achieve passing results.
The Research Says It All
- 61% of practices have at least 1 water sample that fails to meet the CDC’s 500 CFU/mL guideline
- 30% of all water tests fail to meet the CDC’s 500 CFU/mL guideline
ProEdge Dental Water Labs wants to make sure every practice and every patient is safe. After testing dental waterlines well over 100,000 times, we’re the most experienced dental water laboratory in the world.
How ProEdge Helps You Achieve Safe Water
The Most Experienced Dental Water Lab in the World
1. Simple & Accurate Testing
We provide you with everything you need to test your dental waterlines. It’s a simple, all-in-one process that gets you accurate results.
2. Free Expert Consultation
Once your results come in, our team will recommend the best options for your practice to achieve and maintain safe water.
3. Treatments that Work
Doesn’t that sound like a relief? Our experts will help you find and effectively implement the best water maintenance protocol for your practice.
4. Assurance with Regular Testing
The only way to be sure is to test regularly. Biofilms are resilient, but testing with ProEdge means you can feel secure knowing your water is safe.
Don't risk your patients, practice, or reputation
Safe water awaits
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When I have someone call me with questions about their DUWLs, I often call ProEdge for answers or refer the office directly to ProEdge for help... Being able to rely on ProEdge's expertise has been very valuable.
I wanted to check with the experts... Due to your valuable insight and information, we will be maintaining lower bacterial levels by using the combination of a Daily maintenance tablet or drops/and weekly-monthly shocking of the system
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First Things First – Why is Treating Waterlines Important? Dental unit waterline safety is a bit of a hot topic right now. While the CDC began making recommendations on dental waterlines back in 1993 and ABC’s television show 20/20 did a piece called “Dentistry’s Dirty Little Secret” in 2000 proving the unfortunate and unfavorable comparison
[Edited August 14, 2018] Calling all California Dental Professionals to Higher Standards Well, if you haven’t heard, it is official. The Dental Board of California (DBC) passed the language of Assembly Bill 1277 back in May 2018. Assembly Bill 1277 calls on the Dental Board of California to amend the minimum standards for safety of