Our Facilities

We want you to have a pleasant visit here and enjoy the facilities provide by us.

Our Equipment

We have the best tools to assits us in making good diagnosis and performing our job well.

Infection Control & Sterilizing

Have a look at how we protect our customers and ourselves from diseases and how we treat our instruments after use.


Map (Specialist Dental Clinic)
C8-03 (Block C8 Level 3),
Pusat Bandar Puchong,
47100 Puchong, Selangor
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Map (General Dental Clinic)
22A-1 (First Floor), Jalan Puteri 1/4,
Bandar Puteri,
47100 Puchong, Selangor
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Infection Control - How we manage it?

It is important to prevent infections from spreading from patients to dentists/nurses or patients to patients during treatment through dental equipment. In our clinic, infection control is our top priority and we are always looking for ways to improve it. We can assure you that our instruments are very clean (we sterilize the tools) and we use disposable material as much as we can in order to reduce contamination!! Below are some examples of how we prevent infection and contain contamination:

  1. We dispose of gloves, bib and paper cup after every patient.
  2. We wrap our dental light handles and the handles of the dental chair to prevent cross-infection and the wrapper is disposed of after every patient.
  3. Our handpieces are covered with wrappers and the wrappers are used only once!! After use, our handpieces are cleaned by the handpiece cleaner unit (above) which flushes out all the contaminant before re-use.
  4. We wear uniform/gown, protective eyewear and face mask during treatment to protect ourselves from water spray during treatment. We wear surgical gloves which are sterilized, hair caps and surgical gowns during surgical procedures to further reduce the risk of contamination.
  5. We dispose of all sharp objects (eg. injection needles, sutures and blades) into the 'Yellow Bin' (below). All the sharp objects are for single use only!!
  6. We pouch almost all our instruments and store them in drawers. The instruments will only be taken out when needed. Therefore they are clean, sterilized and never exposed to the environment until they are taken out.
  7. Some of the area or equipment in the surgery room (eg. dental chair, sputum bowl, table top, floor etc) cannot be disposed of or sterilized therefore we disinfect them with disinfectant.

Sterilization Process - The way we do it!!

Sterilization is the process of eliminating or killing all microbes by heating, irradiating, etc. It is also the method by which all contamination including bacteria, viruses and spores are completely destroyed. How do we treat our instruments after every patient?

  1. Dirty or used instruments are put in the sterilization room where the sharp object (eg. needle, blade, suture) are isolated and disposed of into the 'yellow bin' while clinical waste (eg. cotton, gauze, floss, etc) will be collected in the clinical waste bin.
  2. The instruments are then washed under running water to remove larger mass of dirt and then soaked in the disinfectant agent in order to kill the bacteria (above).
  3. After soaking in the disinfectant for 5-15 minutes, the instruments are rinsed with water and placed in the ultrasonic cleaner. In the ultrasonic cleaner, ultrasonic vibration removes dirt more effectively, leaving the instruments clean and shiny.
  4. The instruments are removed from the vibrator and dried before pouching or packing. We pack our examination set with a green cloth while the other instruments are pouched (above).
  5. The instruments are finally sterilized in an autoclave leaving them 100% microbe-free.

    Our autoclave comply with the Class B, European EN 13060 standard which is capable of sterilizing instruments deep under the pouch or even double pouching. This autoclave unit achieves the same standard as the autoclave in operating theaters in hospitals.

  6. After sterilizing, the instruments are kept neatly in the drawers (below).
  7. And of course finally, the clinical waste and the sharps have to be disposed of properly. This waste is collected monthly by an assigned company to be disposed of properly.


We have the best infection control and sterilization method in town and we always upkeep ourselves with the latest technology and ideas to keep our customers and ourselves safe. I guess most of us want the cleanest and safest clinic as none of us want to get infected when we just go for a simple scaling!!