Cobb, Eben C
Lisa Anderson, C.D.A.
The current method for cleaning dental mirrors during use is disruptive and inefficient; our goal was to improve upon a previous design for a cleaning device that would allow for the mirror to be cleaned while still in use, eliminating the need to stop and clean the device by hand. We also attempted to fix some of the flaws of the earlier design, such as issues with the mirror's visibility, slippage, and hindrance. We developed a new prototype which featured increased visibility and efficiency.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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