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The Planmeca Sovereign Classic dental unit features an advanced infection control systems that allows the user to choose periodical...
Handler’s Pro Tech Lite PTL-1 work station can increase productivity, add value in the lab space and keep startup cost low. This...
In creating A-dec Inspire, A-dec consulted with dental professionals to optimize the furniture line for improved workflow and efficiency,...
The Artizan® Expressions Streamline Center incorporates many important features based on CDC, OSHA and ADA recommendations to facilitate...
Synthesis Treatment Stations are the primary operatory workstations, providing storage and support at the essential twelve o'clock position.
Synthesis Side Casework completes the operatory package with storage modules, trash drops and sinks to improve workflow and minimize the...
The Power of Flexibility: coming soon, the DentalEZ® InOffice workstation offers everything you need to provide the best in office lab...
Synthesis Steri-Centers are designed to help make instrument processing workflow simple and intuitive, moving the flow of instruments in...
Artizan® Expressions Central Stations are the ideal solution for multi-room plans. Saving valuable floor space, central stations offer...
Artizan® Expressions offers three design series, each available with their own set of configuration options to help you work efficiently...
Synthesis Central Stations provide a number of office design efficiencies over closed room designs while maintaining the desired level of...
Artizan® Expressions Side Stations improve workflow and minimize the need for staff to leave the operatory during a procedure.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Can core dental equipment be "fun" while also being highly reliable and simple? One manufacturer, Forest Dental, set out to prove that it can, and their success over the last several years captured the attention—and imagination—of DentalEZ Integrated Solutions, a growing company. Now DentalEZ has acquired Forest Dental, adding a complementary...

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  • Julie Cullen

    A friend and I play a game sometimes when we’re waiting in line at a movie or in a restaurant for food. It’s called “forced choice.” For example, we might be standing in line at the concession stand in a movie theater and my friend will say, “Forced choice: Good & Plenty or Sweet Tarts,” knowing I hate both candies. I’ll choose Sweet Tarts and...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I’m a huge fan of TV design shows. I’m no good at that kind of thing myself, but I love to watch the experts take a room (or whole house) that’s blah and boring (or a complete disaster) and turn it into something that’s both stylish and efficient. I recently discovered this super helpful questionnaire that’s part of Midmark’s practice design...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Have you ever wondered how your dental cabinetry was made? It’s likely that your answer is no, but I’d like to suggest that you reconsider that response. This video from Midmark shows you…in detail…how they make their new Artizan Expressions cabinetry. Everything from wood fabrication and doweling to edgebanding and countertop fabrication. This...

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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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  • Brian Donahue

    Choosing the Right Dental Stool Spending much of their workday in a static, awkward working position, dentists are at high risk for neck and back pain. A repeated sitting posture of leaning toward patients, along with the careful movements and sustained positions of arms and hands during examination and treatment, can strain the lower back and...

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