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June 02, 1995 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-02

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autoclaves to sterilize all equip-
ment. He also claimed hot-air
ovens that sterilize dental equip-
ment less effectively are almost
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"I predict that in the coming
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Mr. Tuttnauer criticized the
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recommends that dentists and
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other professionals use auto-
claves, instead of requiring their
use.
"Dentists' handpieces (the met-
al parts that hold the drill bits)
cannot be adequately sterilized
any other way. Blood from the
previous patient can remain in-
side the handpiece when the next
patient is treated, and this can
transmit diseases."
Mr. Tuttnauer claimed that
one in every two dentists in Is-
rael already uses an autoclave,
and thatdry ovens ruin equip-
ment if turned up to the most ef-
fective temperature for killing
microbes.
But Dr. Moshe Kelman, chief
of dental services at the ministry,
said there is no proof of this.
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"There is no evidence that hand-
pieces transmit AIDS. It's unjus-
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tified to put people into a panic."
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Dr. Kelman said many U.S.
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an autoclave, but it isn't more
than a third. However, that's bet-
ter than the 10 percent it was a
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few years ago."
Dr. Kelman rejected Mr. Tutt-
nauer's call for requiring all den-
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immigrants, just couldn't afford
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cost-effectiveness."
In any case, Dr. Kelman said,
"There would be no way to en-
force such a law. Being forced to
buy an expensive piece of equip-
ment would just make dentists
angry and defiant. Instead, Mr.
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Tuttnauer should organize free
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seminars for dentists and other
professionals and explain the im-
portance.
"Then those that are finan-
cially able will be more likely to
buy them voluntarily," he said.
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The dental-services chief con-
cluded if Mr. Tuttnauer offered
to "open its books to inspection
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and sell autoclaves at cost to all
self-examination —
dentists, I would consider the pos-
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sibility of a change in ministry
policy to make autoclave use
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