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What gloves to choose?

There are many types of disposable gloves: vinyl, latex, vitrile, neoprene, polyethylene, PVC … The most used in the dental sector are latex, vinyl and nitrile. Let’s see the differences so that you can correctly choose which one corresponds to your needs.

differences between types of gloves


Latex gloves are made from natural rubber, one of the most elastic and adaptable materials available, making it especially suitable for making comfortable, adjustable gloves. However, as it is a natural material, some people may suffer allergic reactions.

Extremely elastic
Perfect protection against dangerous substances
Easy donning and natural fit
Soft to the touch
differences between types of gloves


Nitrile gloves are manufactured from synthetic polymers (100% synthetic nitrile) and offer latex-like protection, offering greater puncture resistance. These gloves offer very high chemical resistance, and their micro-rough, dust-free surface provides high comfort and a sense of touch.

Good elasticity, although less than latex gloves
High resistance to perforation.
Ideal alternative in case of allergy to latex gloves
differences between types of gloves


Synthetic vinyl gloves, made with synthetic polyvinyl chloride resins, are latex-free gloves without chemical accelerators, a fact that makes them optimal for avoiding allergic problems. These types of gloves have good barrier protection, resist a wide range of contaminants and are commonly used in dentistry.

Ideal for carrying out short tasks
Acceptable comfort and elasticity
Similar price to latex
They are not as resistant to punctures as latex

Gloves with powder or without powder?

The powder of the gloves is composed of cornstarch and has the advantage of facilitating its placement, and as a disadvantage that it can sometimes cause irritations or allergies. Dust, on the other hand, does not affect any functionality, durability or resistance of the glove. The powder-free gloves are subjected to an intensive washing process and are coated with synthetic polymers to give them the same characteristics as powdered gloves.

Now that you know the differences between types of gloves and what gloves you need, visit DVD Dental to get the best gloves on the market.

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