DAV II Turbo+ DentAirVac will be exhibiting their “At Source” Oral Aerosol Vacuums at the upcoming IAOMT Denver meeting in September 2018. Our west DAV VII Turbo+ includes a Variable Speed Fan Motor Controller for reduced decibel levels while using as a whole room air purifier, a fully sealed Pre/HEPA/Charcoal Filter Pack for easier maintenance and a Patent Pending 4” – 3” – 5.5” five foot long Intake Hose Assembly designed to increase air intake cfm while maintaining higher velocities similar to that of the 3” – 5.5” standard DAV intake hose. All DAV V and newer are upgradable to the DAV VII Turbo+.

Informational Links

DAV VII TurboAbstract on Mercury Vapor in the Dental School Environment: Note Study shows mercury vapor levels were several times higher then the suggested OSHA permissible exposure limit of 100mg/cubic meter.

Academy of General Dentistry  serves the needs and represent the interest of general dentists, to promote the oral health of the public

American Dental Association - Dental Mercury Hygiene Recommendations

CDC Guidelines - infection control in Dental Health Care Settings, PDF pgs. 34 & 35

CDC/Niosh - Smoke Plume Health Hazards

CDC report on COPD - COPD concerns in the dental profession

Dental Town - Peer to Peer Dentistry Related Message Board

Dental Wellness 4U - Mercury Free Dentists Listing

EPA Dental Amalgam Info - Explains Dental Amalgam

Health Effects - Personnel Dental Exposure to Mercury Vapor from Dental Amalgam

IAOMT - International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Janet Stopka D.D.S. shares her Mercury toxicity story with the FDA

Jessica Saepoff D.D.S explains how and why she uses the Mercury Dental Vacuum

New Directions Dentistry - Offers the only DVD of its kind to dentists on how to make a dental practice occupationally mercury safe.

OSHA Guidelines - Occupational Safety and Health Exposure to Mercury Vapor

Queen of Dental Hygine - Blog

Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique (SMART)