The Spaceline EMCIA from J. Morita combines esthetic excellence, ergonomic refinement, and comprehensive cross contamination management to ensure a comfortable treatment for both dentist and patient. Handpieces are positioned on the back of the chair below the headrest, so that the clinician can pick them up with a natural and consistent movement without bending the elbow.
Other easy access features include soft-touch switches located on both the backrest and tray, which help decrease unnecessary movements and body contortion. The chair's thin design enables the clinician to work closer in proximity to the operating field and ensures nothing interferes with the clinician's stable posture and natural movements. Additional unique features include warm air and warm water and a low chair height setting (approx. 18 in), cuspidor, piezo electric scaler, and other options are available.
Dental CBCT—What You Need to Know
It’s the beginning of a new year (2015, can you believe it?), and I’m guessing (and I’ve actually heard from some of my dentist friends) that more clinicians are starting to integrate CBCT into their practices. That got me to thinking about what a challenge it can be to bring a new piece of equipment into a practice…learning curves, training, staff acceptance, and—most important of all—patient experience. All that thinking inevitably lead me to Googling and I came across what appears to me to be a really great resource. At the FDA site, they have a...Read More