LIFTING THE LID ON AIR-POLISHING POWDERS - FACT VS FICTION
What’s safest for you and your patients
Dr Marcel Donnet
Do you avoid using air polishing in your practice? You may have preconceived notions that the powders are only for supragingival use, the ingredients could be harmful to you and your patients and concerns about the aerosols. EMS are the innovators behind AIRFLOW® technology. AIRFLOW® is more advanced than any air-polishing technology you have tried in the past. It is the only technology to have a patented powder and be 100% backed by external scientific studies.
This webinar is designed to highlight the safety of AIRFLOW® with EMS AIRFLOW® powders. It will show that AIRFLOW® powders are proven to be safe, effective and efficient. The ingredients of AIRFLOW® powders will be examined in detail – why Erythritol? Is chlorhexidine in a pocket safe? What silica is included? Can it be harmful to my skin & lungs? Get all your questions answered!
Air polishing has changed since its introduction in the 1970s. With the growing body of external evidence supporting AIRFLOW® technology and EMS AIRFLOW® powders, clinicians should familiarise themselves with this research. This webinar will address any concerns that you’ve ever had about AIRFLOW® powder technology.
At the completion of this webinar, the clinician will be able to address:
- Recognise the safety of AIRFLOW® Powders
- Gain a greater understanding of the ingredients in AIRFLOW® Powders
- Is this a safe treatment for implants?
- Safety of powder in subgingival areas
- What is CPC?
Release Date: 8th November 2019
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dr Marcel Donnet first studied chemical engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland. After obtaining his Masters, he completed a PhD in Powder Technology. In 2002, on completion of his PhD, he co-founded a tech start-up company called Techpowder.
It was in 2004 that Dr Marcel Donnet joined EMS as an AIRFLOW Powder Specialist. Dr Donnet manages the research and development of all AIRFLOW powders and is instrumental in the development of AIRFLOW devices and accessories.