Ergonomic dental chairs for patients and practitioners

Today, when one is going for teeth care treatment, the dentist can press a button and the dental chair adjusts like magic. In reality, it is the well-honed mechanisms of the electric actuators that give this illusion and allow the chair to operate in the best conditions.

A changing medical context

The medical community has evolved drastically in recent decades. The population is aging, the number of elderly people is increasing, and pathologies specific to modern society are emerging (obesity, back pain, stress). All these parameters are forcing medical institutions to adapt to a new, larger and more exigent demand.

A more exigent demand

The demand for comfortable medical care is no longer limited to the procedure itself. Due to technological acceleration, the patients and the practitioners have stricter requirements in terms of comfort, safety, hygiene, speed, adaptability, and customization. They expect complete and personalized solutions, catered to their specific needs.

Ergonomic and adjustable dental chairs

Going to the dentist is still a stressful experience for many people. The space, the unknown, the fear of pain… All these variables prevent the patient from relaxing and the practitioner from working in optimal conditions.

This is why dental equipment must be designed carefully to prevent any kind of inconvenience. The patient’s installation is the first step of the procedure. The ergonomics of the chair are essential and the actuators must be strong enough to accommodate people of any size.

An adjustable chair is also important. To make the patient comfortable, the practitioner will tend to favour a sitting position for the initial exchange, and a supine position for the procedure. The mobility of the chair involves several elements (height, inclination and position of headrest) and requires the operation of different electric actuators that must operate fluidly, quietly and synchronized. Thus, jerky movements and unwanted noises that can worry the patient and disrupt the procedure are avoided.

Dentists also deal with their share of daily inconveniences. Fatigue, muscular tension, back pain… Comfort is not just about the patients. The chairs are also designed to facilitate their work and prevent tensions that can arise throughout the day.

The footswitch has a vital role since it allows the practitioner to adjust the chair at his convenience without having to use his hands. Therefore, he doesn’t have to interrupt the procedure to change the position of the chair, and can dedicate himself entirely to his patient, ensuring efficiency, hygiene and safety. 

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