Dental Hub: An Eco Friendly Dental Practice Protecting You & Nature..
At Dental Hub, we have an eco-friendly, green dental practice to conserve resources and curb environmental pollution. Green dentistry protects the environment and mankind from the hazards of rapid urbanization
The color green has healing power and is understood to be the most restful and relaxing color. Green Dentistry is an approach to dentistry that combines dental practices and environmental conservation.
At Dental Hub, our practice include conservation of water and energy, use of non-toxic products, reduction of waste, and elimination of hazardous toxins that negatively affect our patients and the environment and promote ‘green’ products.
We have made Dental Hub a Green Practice by incorporating following changes:
1. Sparingly use of energy
Dental procedures uses huge amount of electricity which has been reduced by using latest technologies such as motion sensors, turning off light and use of CFL in the clinics.
2. Sparingly use of water
Wastage of water is avoided by turning off the tap during washing hands.
3. Curtail radiation
We use digital X-rays rather than conventional X-rays to scale down the amount of radiation exposure to our patients.
Dental hub has multiple indoor plants in all areas of clinic including reception, operatory etc. that keep the air fresh and filled with Oxygen.
We use recyclable materials including paper cups, paper, magazines, general waste and cloths which helps to reduce costs as well as waste. We also promote the use of 100% decomposable Wheat Straw Toothbrush.
6. Applying technology
We use computers for the storage of data in relation to patient records that not only eliminate the paper.
7. Eco-friendly Materials
Dental hub is 100% Free from silver amalgam, as it causes mercury pollution. Instead we use eco-friendly and non-polluting yet strong material for filling cavities.
We at Dental Hub, request and encourage all our patients to support nature by taking a step forward by switching to100% decomposable wheat straw toothbrushes.