The present study aimed to report a novel developed technology for disinfecting pathogens in aerosols produced by dental health applications. The proposed method was integrated into a disinfection room installed inside an extraoral dental aerosol suction system. The experimental phase was designed to measure the application of the system during dental care management. These experiments assessed the effectiveness of the proposed mechanism in disinfecting captured micro-organisms. The results showed that the system reduced the quantity and coverage area of harmful splatters and aerosols by ∼50%. Future studies should verify the effectiveness of the approach for measuring the temperature inside the disinfection room and the number of pathogens, including coronavirus, that remain after the disinfection process.