Top 3 N95 Masks Are Warm Welcome By Dentists

What are the conditions for dentists to choose N95 masks?

First of all, it must be NIOSH approved N95 mask, with filtering effect and protection effect ranking first

Second, the price must be favorable, because N95 masks are necessary for dentists to receive guests every day, and N95 masks need to be replaced every four hours, so a large number of N95 masks are needed. The price is the second concern of dentists when choosing N95 masks

Third, comfort is very important. Dentists wear it every day, so they must adapt their own and wear a comfortable N95 mask


The following masks are the top 3 of N95 masks that 100 plus dentists continue to re-purchase!

3Q SQ100Gs surgical N95 respirator is CDC NIOSH Approved and FDA Cleared Surgical N95 mask with TC number TC-84A-9323.
It’s one of the most affordable surgical N95 masks , with 4 layers and helps provide respiratory protection against certain airborne biological particles. It is disposable and fluid resistant to splash and spatter of blood and other infectious material.

N95 FACE MASK 3Q SAN QI SQ100Gs Surgical Respirator


UNIAIR SH3500 N95 Mask with NIOSH 42CFR84 approved with TC-84A-4313. Continuous loop design can allow to hang the mask around the neck when not in use. SH3500 n95 masks with relatively low respiratory resistance are soft and comfortable to wear.


Nask N95 SM-N9501 Nano fiber Soft Mask Anti-Virous ,The world’s first nano fiber N95 respirator certified by the Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Blocking the virus through nano materials, the softness comes first, but the price is slightly more expensive, but it can not stop dentists from loving it.

N95 Face mask Nask Mask N95 SM-N9501 Nano fiber Soft Mask Anti-Virous



8 thoughts on “Top 3 N95 Masks Are Warm Welcome By Dentists

  1. Lydia says:

    Hi, do surgical masks work the same way as respirators or do they use different principles? I’m asking because I don’t have an N95 respirator but I do have a level 1 surgical mask and wanted to know if alcohol can damage it.

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