Dental Patient Chairs
Choosing a chair that is comfortable for both the patient and dentist is important. Some features of dental chairs can include: thin backrest, swivel, ergonomic, soft cushioning, programmable positions, double-articulating headrest, magnetic headrest, movable armrest for easy patient entry/exit, seat tilt and footswitch or touchpad. Certain features of dental patient chairs may be more important than others Most dental chairs employ a hydraulics system for powerful and continuous movement of the chair.
Dental Operatory Cabinets
Having the proper dental practice layout is important for productive flow of operations. An important feature of a dental office is the cabinetry. Having sufficient and well-placed cabinetry and storage can help produce a sleek, modern and productive work environment.
Dental Delivery Systems
Typical dental delivery systems have automatic activation for at least three handpieces, self-contained water bottle with Some dental delivery systems can integrate various accessories like fiber-optic systems, intraoral cameras, x-ray viewers, lighting and touchpads.
Dental Operatory Light
These dental lights are powered by either halogen or LED technology and are adjustable to the needs of the dentist, hygienist and assistant. When choosing a light for your operatory, ensure it works with your delivery system, cabinetry and if your preferred position during procedures is compatible.
Dental Digital Radiography
An essential part of diagnosis, documentation and treatment planning at any modern dental practice. Digital x-ray technologies provide numerous advantages over their film predecessors. Digital radiography systems allow clinicians and patients to instantly view of images on a computer, iPad, or screen at a higher resolution than film. Along with these advantages digital x-ray technologies use less radiation than film counterparts, making it safer for patients. Digital imaging goes beyond just adding efficiencies to the dental imaging process because the latest technologies allow clinicians to capture images and use them in ways impossible with film. Cone beam computed tomography systems create highly accurate 3D digital models of the target anatomy, and digital imaging software allows these images to be enhanced for improved diagnostics and greater precision in treatment planning.
Intraoral X-ray Sensors are a replacement for film x-rays. They make it faster and easier to capture your standard bitewings
Digital Panoramic X-rays are designed to capture a patient’s full arch in a single image
Dental Cone Beam Systems are most closely associated with dental implant treatment planning, but these powerful 3D imaging systems can also change the way a practice handles orthodontics, endodontics.
Phosphor Plate X-ray Systems offer practices a way to go digital with limited change to the workflow as these reusable sensor plates are used just like film to capture an intraoral x-ray image.
Digital Imaging Software is an essential part of any digital imaging system as it serves as the hub for managing image files and often as a valuable tool for enhancing images for improved diagnostics.
Digital Radiography Accessories are the simple tools that should not be overlooked when investing in new imaging technology. Having proper holders for your new sensors as well as other accessories that work with your new system is a very important part of maximizing your technology investment. Dental Sterilization Equipment
Dental Sterilization Equipment makes this easy, giving dentists peace of mind. The right equipment offers the infection control dentists need while also helping to make their offices more efficient. Dental Sterilization Equipment keeps you, your team members and your patients safe from cross contamination. Dental sterilizers, or autoclaves, completely sterilize instruments and equipment in a matter of minutes, saving time.
Dental Handpiece Systems
are an essential tool in any practice. They are used by dentists, hygienists, specialists and lab technicians. Whether performing the most routine or complicated endodontic, surgical or restorative treatment it is highly likely a handpiece will be required.
Dental Plant Room Equipment
The unsung heroes that keep dental practices running day in and day out, Dental Utility Equipment often goes unnoticed when it’s doing its job. These systems might not be set up in high traffic areas of the practice, but the pressurized air and water, and suction they provide is used to power handpieces and other operatory equipment used by dentists and hygienists during just about every appointment
Dental Intraoral Cameras
Designed to allow clinicians to capture and display digital images from inside a patient’s mouth, intraoral cameras are a valuable tool for patient education and case documentation.
Chairside CAD/CAM Technology
advances, Dental CAD/CAM has emerged as one of the most useful, and powerful technologies available. Today in your own office, you have the possibility of fabricating chairside CAD/CAM restorations.
Dental Cone Beam Imaging
Dental cone beam imaging is among the fastest growing dental technologies. Also called cone beam 3D imaging or cone beam computer tomography (CBCT), these imaging systems are capable of creating detailed 3D digital models of a patient’s anatomy.
Dental Operating Microscopes (DOM), or dental surgical microscopes, allow for ease of use and employ ergonomic design for the dentist while performing surgery. allows another dentist, tech or student to simultaneously view a surgery, while a camera allows the images to be streamed to a cctv monitor so an audience can view the surgery, providing a valuable teaching tool. Installation options include wall mounting or a portable stand.
Dental lasers are now a common tool helping general practitioners and dental specialists cut and ablate both soft and hard tissues. Lasers have been embraced by clinicians and patients alike because they allow for efficient, minimally invasive treatments that often can be completed with minimal bleeding and most importantly without causing noticeable pain.
Having the right endodontic equipment on hand plays a vital role in successful outcomes, whether you’re diagnosing a root canal, cleaning and shaping. Endodontic procedures require a great deal of precision, and investing in the right equipment will make you more efficient and lead to positive outcomes.