Bestselling Dental Instrument Organization in 2021
Home Office Desk Organizer (Set of 4, Geometrical) | Desktop Organizer with Sliding Drawers Pen Holder File Shelf for Office School Home Accessories Organization
- ORGANIZE YOUR DESK IN STYLE - Say goodbye to desktop clutter with this beautifully patterned paperboard desk organizer set, ideal for keeping all the essentials at your fingertips. This neat and elegant storage set can be placed together as one all-inclusive work station at home or in the office. The pieces are not connected so you can configure them as you please or use them individually. The trendy Geometric pattern adds instant style and modern elegance to any space.
- VERTICAL STATIONERY BOX CAN STORE MAGAZINES, REFERENCE DOCUMENTS AND MORE - Keep your decor magazines, hobby books or promotional brochures neatly organized in the vertical stationery box. In addition to holding magazines, this sturdy box is perfect for travel pamphlets, maps, catalogs, instruction manuals, important documents and printer paper. It features a metal label holder for quick indentification of contents. Measures 3" x 9.2" x 12.4".
- PEN HOLDER KEEPS WRITING INSTRUMENTS WITHIN REACH - This stylish pen holder has four compartments so you can store your pens, pencils highlighters, markers and scissors. Measures 3" x 3" x 4.1".
- STATIONERY BOX HELPS YOU CONQUER THE CLUTTER - Keep all those little odds'n ends that can quickly overtake your work area, in this stylish stationery box. It features a slotted top for miscellaneous supplies such as staple remover, hole punch, glue stick and business cards. This decorative storage box makes a great catch-all for business cards and receipts, pocket change and jewelry. Measures 9.8" x 5.9" x 3".
- RECTANGULAR 2-DRAWER BOX IDEAL FOR WORK OR HOME - Give any space an upgrade with our stylish 2-drawer organizer that can hold notepads, office keys, password book and other office essentials close at hand. It also makes a wonderful organizer for the bathroom, closet, workbench or entryway. It can hold mail, keys, electronics and chargers. Two drawers with round metal holes. Measures 15.7" x 11" x 6.7".
VIVID Dental, Orthodontic Plier Rack Holder – Stainless Steel, Plexiglass – Holds 15 Pliers, Cutters
mDesign Compact Modern Plastic Bathroom Vanity Countertop Toothpaste & Toothbrush Holder Stand with Rinsing Cup/Cover - BPA Free - Clear
- COMPACT DESIGN: This dental care center has been designed to fit on small bathroom vanities, countertops and pedestal sinks were space is at a premium; The slim design with a small footprint fits most medicine cabinets too; Keep toothbrushes in one convenient place; The tumbler is also a toothbrush cover - keep toothbrushes clean, dry and safe from airborne pollutants
- MULTIPLE COMPARTMENTS: This convenient stand features 4 sections to keep your toothbrushes separated and in their place; The unique design provides you with a rinsing cup for drinking water, holding mouthwash or rinsing, when not in use it serves as a hygienic covering for your toothbrushes; The vertical format saves space and keeps your toothbrushes and tumbler organized and ready to use
- FUNCTIONAL & VERSATILE: This small bathroom one-piece standing dental set makes it perfect for master bathrooms, half and guest baths or powder rooms; Great for kids rooms too; Designed for dental storage, but you can also use it to organize frequently used makeup and beauty items - the sections are great for holding and organizing lip gloss, eyeliner, makeup brushes, lip pencils and other cosmetics; Use in houses, dorm rooms, apartments, condos, RVs, campers and more
- QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Made of durable BPA and Chlorine free acrylic plastic; Food Safe; Easy Care - clean with mild soap and water; Do not place in dishwasher
- THOUGHTFULLY SIZED: Measures 2.9" diameter x 4.3" high
80 Dental Silicone Rings for #6 and #8 Instruments Identification LARGE Size 8 Assorted Color Coded AUTOCLAVABLE
- Silicone Rings Instruments
- LARGE Size. 80 Pcs/Box
- Fits instrument handles #6
- Autoclavable dry / heat
- 8 assorted color coded. Excellent for instruments identification.
50 Pcs Multi-Color Small Type Dental Silicone Instrument Color Code Rings
50 Pcs Small Type Dental Hygienist Silicone Instrument Color Code Rings Red
50 Pcs Small Type Dental Hygienist Silicone Instrument Color Code Rings Blue
160 Pcs Silicone Dental Code Rings 8 color 20 pcs per color Autoclavable 135? Size: 465mm Color code rings for dental instrument
Julitech Cordless Water Flosser Teeth Cleaner, Rechargable Portable Oral Irrigator for Travel, Waterproof Dental Water Jet for Shower
- Say goodbye to the traditional way of cleaning teeth and use flushing instead of brushes.
- 2 minutes a day, clear the plaque bacteria, fresh breath, refusing embarrassment.
- Simple and easy to use, the elderly children can also be used quickly.
- Three flushing modes, depending on your preference.
- Strong power, strong endurance, charging 3 hours to use 72 hours.
Nski 18 in One Dental Intraoral Cheek and Lip Retractor for Teeth Whitening (18pcs/kit) Sold By East Dental
- PE material,more flexible and healthy
- Shape: Pisciform/O/C/M/T
- Color: Blue + Red + Clear Blue + Clear White
- Cheek Retractor/ Lip Retractors/ Cheek Expanders
- Storage: Keep in dry, cool place and avoid sunlight
Should I Become a Dental Hygienist or Nurse?
Are you trying to decide between becoming a RN, LVN or dental hygienist? This article discusses some of the differences between a nurse and a dental hygienist.
Both careers are excellent choices. Both pay well. Both require you to enjoy helping others. However there are some differences that may hep you decide.
Dental hygienists usually work daytime hours. Some nurses work overnight shifts.
Nurses are needed 24 hours a day. Depending on the location, many nurses out of nursing school will end up working graveyard or evening shifts. In some areas, they may not have much of a choice. However, since dental clinics are usually only opened 8 to 5, the staff works normal hours. Some dental clinics are open in the evenings, but usually not past 7 PM.
Therefore, one of the advantages of becoming a dental hygienist over a nurse is that you will have a normal work schedule. However, some nurses of course, can work in clinics and doctor's offices with daytime hours.
Nurses have a wider selection of working environments to choose from.
Most dental hygienists have the same job responsibilities. They clean teeth and educate people on dental care. There is not much of a difference except maybe age of patients (some work in pediatric clinics) and clinic location.
Nurses, on the other hand, have a wide variety of jobs to choose from. They can work with infants in the NICU, or with cancer patients on an oncology ward. Some will frequently administer shots and IVs. Other nurses (such as in a gynecology office) rarely have to give shots. Some nurses can do home health care, others can work in a mental health treatment center.
If nurses get burned out from one situation, they can usually transfer to a different environment if necessary. However, dental hygienists don't have that luxury. Typically the only other option for dental hygienists (other than cleaning teeth), is to teach in a dental hygiene school.
Nurses might have an easier time finding a job.
Both nurses and dental hygienists are in demand. However, it might take more time for a dental hygienist to find a job. If you decide to become a dental hygienist, you might have to be flexible with where you live. If you never want to move from the small town you grew up in, a career in nursing might be a better choice.
Dental hygienists do not deal with very serious, stressful situations.
Typically dental hygienists face less stress. Nurses treat patients in life threatening situations, whereas dental hygienists will usually see healthy patients. For the most part, the most stress that dental hygienists face is coping with rude patients, or a child who bites. However, some nurses will sadly see patients die.
Dental hygienists do very repetitive work.
If you cannot stand doing the same thing over and over, then a career as a dental hygienist might not be for you. Nurses have more variety in their day, while dental hygienists do similar tasks all day long.
Nurses have more opportunity for career advancement.
Registered nurses can eventually become nurse practitioners. These means more responsibility and more pay. They also have the opportunity to become charge nurses, and nurses with supervisory roles. Dental hygienists usually do not have much opportunity for career progression.
Nurses can choose travel nursing.
If you want to travel around the country, or work on a cruise ship, nursing is the better choice. There are some travel dental hygiene jobs available, but not as many as RN's or LVN's.
These are just a few things to consider before choosing to apply to nursing or dental hygiene school. It can be very beneficial to find a job shadow opportunity. This will allow you to observe both nurses and dental hygienists, ask questions, and compare the jobs on your own. Read "How to Find a Job Shadow Experience" for more advice.
For additional tips, read "Pros and Cons of Being a Dental Hygienist" and "Pros and Cons of Being a Nurse." Also, check out "Jobs in the Medical Field Without a Bachelor's Degree" and "High Demand Science Jobs that Pay Over $60,000 a Year." You might also read "Careers Where you Can Work Part-Time" and "Jobs that Pay Over $100,00 a Year." Happy Career Exploring!