Patient Chairs

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Engle Dental Systems
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Base Composition
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4 Positions
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180 ¡
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Planmeca USA

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  • Julie Schmitt

    When was the last time you looked around and took note of the lobby or interior of a dental office? Anxious and fearful dental patients comprise approximately 80% of Americans according to the American Association of Endodontists. So, doesn’t it make sense that a warm and inviting décor creates a big difference in the patient’s comfort level?...

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  • Julie Cullen

    It’s not often that I get to sit in first class when I’m flying around the country to attend dental meetings and conventions. Who am I kidding…I’ve only flown first class twice. Once because a friend who had points was able to upgrade us to first class and once when I was pulled out of line as I was boarding because they needed more people up...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    We all know that a dog is man's best friend, but this Wisconsin dentist brings her 'best friend' to work with her to help calm patients. Bailey, a 65-pound goldendoodle, acts as Dr. Tammy Boudry’s ‘assistant’ while he sits with uptight children (or adults) who are having dental work done. “It’s usually a mom who requests Bailey as a way to help...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Imagine your patient sitting on the floor during a tooth extraction while you hold their head firmly between your knees. That’s what they did before the 17th century, according to the University of the Pacific’s Virtual Dental Museum. Luckily, improvements in the comfort and versatility of the dental chair have been made over the last 300...

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  • gail weisman

    Borden Airotor, 1958. Silk dental floss, 1905. Multi-tilt Morrison patient chair, 1868. Dentistry and its products and equipment have a colorful and fascinating history. Now you don’t have to go to Baltimore to visit the Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry to absorb the chronicle of the profession’s past. The University of the...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    I have to hand it to Christy Kroboth for one of the best story leads I’ve ever read: “When I first go my license I was only doing this as a hobby. I’d work as a dental assistant and catch my alligators on the side.” Now that's a hook! According to a story she wrote for BBC Magazine, Christy loves her animals, especially the gators of her...

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