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Types of Cleaning Your Dental Office Should Undergo

Types of Cleaning Your Dental Office Should Undergo
Here are some types of cleaning your dental office should undergo.

One of the first things people will see when they enter your dental office is the waiting and reception room. People will see how clean your room is, the brightness of the area, and the various aesthetics that can foreshadow what kind of services you’ll be offering.

If you want your dental office to be seen as “professional,” cleanliness should be emphasized. It’s not easy to keep an office neat and tidy all of the time, but if you do, your clients will take notice, and you’ll draw in more clientele in the future. Here are some types of cleaning your dental office should undergo.


Dentists understand how important disinfecting is. They clean off their dental tools all of the time. But the tools aren’t the only things that should be disinfected; the area around the tools should also be addressed.

Pay close attention to the following items around your office:

  • Sinks & faucets
  • Drawers
  • Patient chairs
  • Cabinets
  • X-Ray tools
  • Doorknobs

There are also items in your waiting and reception room that should be disinfected, such as:

  • Phones
  • Reception desk
  • Keyboard & mouse
  • Drawers
  • Pens
  • Chairs
  • Filing cabinets

Always abide by CDC and OSHA guidelines while getting everything disinfected.


You need the right tools when dusting around your dental office. Don’t use feather dusters because these only serve to spread dust around the room rather than actually remove it. Dampened cloths, handheld vacuums, and microfiber dusters are the preferred tools for getting your office dusted.

You also don’t want to wait until dust becomes visible. Dust can scatter germs throughout your dental office, which is especially problematic for anyone who has concerns with allergies.

Restocking & Refilling Cleaning Supplies

While not directly tied to cleaning, restocking and refilling cleaning supplies is still an important part of the cleaning process. It’s hard to stay hygienic when you don’t have soap for washing your hands or hand sanitizer for your clients to use.

Be sure to have a heavy supply of cleaning tools on hand so that you never run out. As long as you have cleaning supplies on hand, you’ll always be able to take action when your dental office starts to get dirty.

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A 360 Cleaning has provided Maryland with top-notch professional cleaning and janitorial services for over 12 years. We don’t cut corners and ensure that every customer is satisfied with their cleaning. Whether you need a glitter spill cleaned up or an entire office building, we are happy to help! We currently serve the following areas: Baltimore, Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Severna Park. To explore how we can help keep your facility clean all year long, give us a call at 410-852-5800 or visit us online. For more cleaning tips, follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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