PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White


Saliva Ejectors


The PlastCare Saliva Ejector is a white, plastic saliva ejector that is used in dental procedures. This product is designed to remove saliva from the mouth during dental procedures.

These ejectors are made to contour each patient's mouth and hold their shape throughout a dental procedure. Some disposable ejectors have soft tips that prevent tissue aspiration. PlastCare brand ejectors' tips don't, which facilitates removal of fluids and small debris particles.

All PlastCare ejectors are non-toxic. Their priority is patient comfort, health, and safety. In keeping with this spirit, these ejectors are 100% latex free and non-toxic.


Units per Box 100
Boxes per Case 100
Units per Case 1000
Color White
Case Weight 11 lb
Case Dimensions 13x10x7


PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White FAQs

What is saliva?

Saliva, also known as spit, is a thick, colorless fluid – mainly made of water – produced by the salivary glands in the mouth. PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White help absorb saliva to make it easier for dentists when performing oral procedures.

What does saliva do?

  • Provides the body with defense against mouth bacteria
  • Moistens and breaks down food to make it easier to digest
  • Neutralizes acids
  • PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White aren’t built to prevent saliva from doing what it does, instead, they are used to temporarily prevent the production of saliva from interfering with oral procedures.

Can PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White be reused?

If PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White is metal, it can be reused if sterilized between uses. But, if made of plastic, the ejectors must be discarded after each use.

What are the possible dangers of using PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White?

Backflow is the biggest danger associated with PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White due to the potential cross-contamination between the patient’s waste and the suction materials.

What do saliva ejectors do?

A PlastCare Saliva Ejector, White is a device used in oral procedures to remove unwanted blood, saliva, and debris via suction.