Dental Office Disinfectant and Hand Sanitizer

Dentists, dental hygienists, and dental office staff are vigilant about sterilizing instruments and washing hands. They are equally concerned about disinfecting frequently touched surfaces like reception desks, pens, light switches, and doorknobs in dental offices. Patients appreciate having hand sanitizer available to use when they arrive and leave the office. 

 

Dental office staff often work together in tight quarters and must take precautions not to spread germs to each other or their patients. 

 

Use Total Shield products as your dental office disinfectant spray and hand sanitizer. Both are 99.99% effective against common bacteria and viruses, as well as mold, mildew, and fungi.  

 

You can use our disinfectant spray on frequently touched surfaces like countertops, doorknobs, light switches, and chairs. Equip dental offices with hand sanitizer for reception staff and patients to use when hand washing isn’t an immediate option. Total Shield hand sanitizer is effective without any harshness. In fact, our formula contains soothing—and moisturizing—aloe vera. It dries quickly, won’t leave a sticky residue, and doesn’t require rinsing. 

 

Dental patients are extremely sensitive to health precautions. Reassure them by placing bottles of Total Shield hand sanitizer on reception counters and in waiting rooms (out of reach of children, of course).   

 

Our disinfectant is EPA registered, and our hand sanitizer is FDA registered. We have tested them against existing pathogens and continue to test them against new strains of germs to expand the roster of pathogens these products are known to inhibit or eliminate. Test results are available on request; reach out for more information.  

 

Total Shield disinfectant comes in convenient 16 oz bottles with gallon quantities available. Our dye- and perfume-free hand sanitizer comes in a compact, recyclable 8.45 oz (250 ml) bottle.  

 

Use Total Shield office disinfectant and hand sanitizer to help protect your workspace, employees, and patients and to minimize transmission of germs from hands and surfaces.