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Product Care

Product Care

This Product Care Guide provides essential information on how to properly care for and maintain your dental instruments purchased from OROAX (“we” or “us”).

Importance of Product Care

Proper product care helps ensure the longevity, performance, and hygiene of your dental instruments, as well as promotes a safe and effective dental practice.   

General Care Instructions


Regularly clean your dental instruments using mild soap and warm water. Gently scrub the surfaces with a soft-bristle brush to remove debris and stains. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a clean, lint-free cloth.


For reusable instruments, follow the appropriate sterilization procedures recommended by your local regulatory guidelines or professional associations. This may include autoclaving, chemical sterilization, or other validated methods. Refer to the specific instructions provided with your instrument for guidance.


Before and after each use, inspect your dental instruments for any signs of wear, damage, or malfunction. Pay attention to handles, joints, cutting edges, or any moving parts. If you notice any issues, discontinue use and contact our customer service team for assistance.


Store your dental instruments in a clean and dry environment. Use protective covers or pouches to prevent scratches or damage during storage. Keep them away from extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, and corrosive substances.

Instrument-Specific Care

Stainless Steel Instruments

Stainless steel instruments are generally durable and corrosion-resistant. However, prolonged exposure to moisture or harsh chemicals can still cause damage. Follow the general care instructions and refer to specific care guidelines provided with your stainless steel instruments.

Handpieces and Electric Instruments

Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning, maintenance, and lubrication of handpieces and electric instruments. Use appropriate cleaning solutions and lubricants recommended by the manufacturer.

Disposable Instruments

Dispose of single-use or disposable instruments as per local regulations and guidelines. Do not attempt to reprocess or reuse these instruments to maintain patient safety and prevent cross-contamination.

Tips for Longevity and Performance

Avoid Forceful Handling

Handle your dental instruments with care to prevent accidental dropping or excessive force. This can help avoid damage to the instrument tips, cutting edges, or delicate parts.

Proper Instrument Selection

Use the appropriate instrument for each specific task. Using the wrong instrument can lead to unnecessary stress on the instrument and compromise its performance.

Regular Maintenance

Schedule regular maintenance checks for your instruments, including sharpening, re-tipping, or replacing worn-out components. This ensures optimal performance and extends the lifespan of your instruments.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need further guidance on product care for your dental instruments, please contact our customer service team using the following contact information:


By following these product care instructions, you can maximize the lifespan and performance of your dental instruments, ensuring safe and effective dental procedures.

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