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Doug Braendle of SciCan introduces the new Salus cassette line at CDA Anaheim. What makes the Salus cassette different is that there is no need to use a sterilization barrier to store or sterilize the cassette, as it has a reusable, semi-permeable membrane to keep instruments safe and clean. According to SciCan, features include:


No Wrap Required

SALUS eliminates the costly and time consuming use of sterilization paper and pouches.

Save hours spent wrapping, hundreds of dollars in sterilization paper, and reduce waste.


Safe Transport

SALUS eliminates the need to handle your hygiene instruments during reprocessing. Instruments are safely and easily transported in the rack and sleeve.

The tamper evident latch is activated when processed through a steam sterilizer.
Rack handles lock instruments in place.


User Friendly

Transparent container allows for instant identification of instruments and chemical indicator.


Maintain OSHA Compliance

SALUS is OSHA compliant for transport. Safety knob locks container for secure transport.


Capacity and Sterile Storage

SALUS fits most standard hygiene solid instruments (up to 6.88”). Maintains sterility for up to 30 days. Container to last 2,500 cycles.


If you would like more information, or would like to order any SciCan or Salus products, contact Yaeger Dental at 650-593-5100.

[CDA What’s New? #4] – Today is the first day of the CDA convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The deadline is here to make sure you’re compliant with California’s new clean water legislation, and every office is now required to have an amalgam separator attached to their vacuum system. There is still a last minute scramble to comply, and we’re here to make sure you’re covered with the best options possible. Mike Toole from Solmetex joins Tim Yaeger Jr. at the Associated Dental Dealers booth to inform us about why the new generation Hg5 is the best option on the market, along with info on the current $900 savings promotion to California dentists.

Join Tim Yaeger and Hank Barton at the California Dental Association meeting as they discuss what makes Forest so unique in the dental equipment industry.


Aside from offering well built, long lasting products, Forest Dental stands out from the crowd by offering modern, exciting styling which can enrich the look of any office, new or existing. Based on their “Designer Friendly” and “Affordable Excellence” platform, Forest’s unique vision of offering more than the sterile medical-grey appearance of most medical equipment pushes the boundaries of what is possible to achieve in comfort and ambiance within a dental practice. When design is an important factor when building or remodeling a practice, Forest is the most flexible choice around, without sacrificing quality in craftsmanship.