Global dental supplier, Orsing, has taken a significant step towards environmental responsibility by discontinuing its original Hygoformic saliva ejector and introducing a more sustainable alternative called Hygoformic Bio. This new product is made from a bio-based polyethylene derived from sugarcane, making it a renewable resource that helps reduce carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.
The Hygoformic Bio stands out for its adaptability, as it can be adjusted to fit different patients, thanks to its adjustable shape and length. Additionally, this hands-free saliva ejector is equipped with a tongue holder, ensuring convenience and ease of use for both dentists and patients. Despite its eco-friendly composition, the Hygoformic Bio does not compromise on performance, offering a high suction capacity and being tissue-friendly.
By using a bio-based polyethylene made from sugarcane, Orsing has taken a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint. This move not only helps mitigate the effects of climate change but also contributes to the overall sustainability of the dental industry. Dentists can now make a positive impact on the environment without sacrificing the quality and functionality of their equipment.
For those interested in learning more about the Hygoformic Bio and how it can benefit their dental practices, Orsing provides further information through their website or by contacting their customer service hotline. This innovative product showcases Orsing’s commitment to both dental excellence and environmental stewardship, setting an example for other companies in the industry to follow.