Here at Easy Gloves, we provide an impressive selection of dentist gloves which range from nitrile gloves, vinyl gloves and latex gloves. There are even powder free options too for anyone with an allergy to latex. Dentist gloves are ideal for detailed and intricate work when dealing with patients as well as providing a protective barrier to the user's hands from bacteria or bodily fluids. Browse our selection below.
Our range of dental disposable gloves are vital aspects of PPE when you are dealing with people's mouths, especially in dentistry settings. This is because infection and contamination potential increases due to being in close proximity with patients' mouths. As such, an effective pair of dentist gloves will help you complete your tasks with full confidence knowing you will not be exposed to harmful bacteria coming into contact with your hands/skin. Easy Gloves have a large selection of dental disposable gloves suitable for use as a dentist and similar applications ranging in materials including nitrile, latex and vinyl.
The gloves are also available in powder free form meaning people with allergy to latex can still experience safety and comfort when wearing the gloves. Getting the right fit is crucial because these gloves have been designed to allow high levels of dexterity. If your dentist gloves are not fitted properly, your hand movement can affect and impair your ability to perform your job. For more information regarding sizing, styles and general advice, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since many dental procedures involve direct contact with blood and saliva, selecting the correct gloves is absolutely pivotal. Rubber latex and nitrile has long been the preferred material for gloves, because it provides excellent barrier protection, comfort, and fit when performing intricate tasks.
Absolutely. Wearing nitrile gloves in the dental clinic is ideal when handling and cleaning tools or performing patient treatments. This is because nitrile gloves are puncture-resistant, heavy-duty, and offer great hand protection.
Yes they do. This is because dentists will most likely come into contact with blood or saliva when dealing with a patient so switching to a fresh new pair between appointments is vital to prevent contamination issues. In addition, a clean office can be a great indication as to how serious your dentist is about sterilisation.