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The BodyGuard Pro Assistant stool encompasses multi-angle pelvic positioning that assists the operator in maintaining a neutral posture...
Operator Stools are conceived to display superior styling and also yield remarkable comfort. Midmark’s stool line are manufactured to...
The Technician’s Stools are manufactured by Midmark with an elegant style and designed to provide the uptmost comfort for clinicians. The...
The 9200 Series allows for front and back movement without surrendering lumbar support. The 19" x 16.5"saddle style seat provides proper...
The 9500 Series is the newest addition to the Brewer’s Premium Ergonomic Seating Series. It incorporates the Brewer ergonomic expertise...
The 9100 Series stool line features continuous synchronized movement of the saddle-style seat and lumbar support. These two features...
The 080/081 Doctor & Assistant Stools incorporate contoured seat cushions that minimize pressure on the back of the operator's legs....
The 090/091 Doctor & Assistant Stools incorporate contoured seat cushions that minimize pressure on the back of the operator's legs....
A-dec 500 stools for dentists and assistants feature a dynamic seating system with 4 unique zones that mold to the shape of the body,...
The BodyGuard Pro Clinician stool features a distinct anatomically designed seat that conforms to the natural shape of the operator....
The 9000 Series is intended to relieve pressure from lower back and thigh area. The 19" x 16.5" saddle style seat provides lumbar support...
Improve your posture and relieve back tension by distributing your weight over Brewers’ patented spilt saddle seat (135DSS). The 135DSS...

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  • Allison Walker

    Back pain is a common complaint and career-limiting phenomenon in the dental profession. Common treatments for it range from strengthening exercises to physical therapy, massage therapy, and various forms of pain management. Why not avoid all that by letting your dental stool help you build up your core strength over time, and then maintain it...

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  • Marie

    While the large, soft reclining chair in the middle of the exam room can help ensure a patient’s comfort, the nearby rolling stool for the clinician can pale in comparison. Unfortunately, when a clinician consistently uses seating that is not ergonomically designed, he or she is at risk for the occupational risks of chronic pain and injury. A...

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  • Allison Walker

    The Brewer Company recently conducted a survey among dentists and hygienists to ask what they look for when purchasing a dental stool. One of the most common aspects mentioned as “very important” was comfort. Comfort may be a matter of preference, but considering the best ergonomics for working in a dental operatory all day is not. Using the...

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  • Allison Walker

    You know how tempting advertising can be. It can make you buy things you normally wouldn’t, or more things than you planned, against your own better judgment. Once I convinced myself to adopt a dog because it came with a free crate (and all kinds of psychological issues! All resolved over time with lots of love!). Dog crates are expensive, so I...

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  • Allison Walker

    “Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Goldilocks.” My parents still swear I am related to her, as well as the Princess in The Princess and the Pea. As the Goldilocks and the Three Bears story goes, Goldilocks basically invades the woodland home of three little bears and proceeds to sample their bowls of porridge, try out their chairs,...

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  • Allison Walker

    Dental Stools May be the Answer to Chronic Musculoskeletal Disorder As I pondered this topic and started looking for recent statistics pertaining to dentistry, I stumbled across an article on musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among dental students. Yup, you read that right—students! I read the article and discovered that a study conducted at the...

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