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Neutralization Effectiveness Validations

With dental water testing, accuracy is everything. Our goal is to give you a definitive view of the efficacy of your dental water treatment protocol so you can make informed decisions and ensure patient and practice safety.

That’s why our testing method neutralizes any low-level anti-microbials still present in your water vials. This neutralization method for waterline testing has been validated by an independent research lab following ASTM E1054-08 stating the effectiveness of our methods for each treatment product. Find your product below to view our method’s full validation.

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We can answer any questions you have about dental water testing. Visit our FAQs page or call ProEdge Dental Water Labs at 1-888-THE-EDGE (843-3343) or email at info@proedgedental.com.

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