New delivery system offers more flexibility
The single arm extending from directly beneath the chair has greatly improved the range of movement of the doctor’s table, allowing smooth and effortless rotation. The doctor’s clinical and working area can now be extended from the front to behind the chair.
Create a layout suited to movement paths
The patient enters the chair from the front, while the doctor and staff approach from the rear. This supports the concept of “separate paths” envisioned for this dental chair by Belmont, and also leaves plenty of space behind the dental chair for patient entry, allowing the traditional mixed path style. If the separate layout is employed the doctor assumes the communication position as soon as the patient sits down.
Film viewer correctly positioned
The control housing is placed below the doctor’s table. The doctor’s unit, consisting of the treatment tray and instruments, is separated from the control housing, on which is mounted the panorama film viewer. Each unit can be moved independently. For instance, the doctor’s unit may be placed out of the patient’s line of sight when providing an explanation combined with images. This new layout gives you the perfect position combinations for both treatment and consultation.
Axis backrest mechanism perfect for patient comfort
The ergonomically designed backrest mechanism keeps the patient’s head and back aligned when changing positions, and entering and leaving the dental chair. Treatment proceeds smoothly, without the need to have the patient adjust their posture each time the chair is moved.
Axis headrest naturally opens the oral cavity
The axis headrest is designed based on an ergonomic analysis of the dead and its movement. The headrest can be adjusted to give the doctor a clear line of sight into the oral cavity at any position. The movement of the headrest causes the mouth to naturally open wide, decreasing the burden on the patient.