Dental Equipment

  • Good Ergonomics Saved His Back—and His Practice

    Musculoskeletal disorders are the leading cause of early retirement among dentists—and Dr. Keith Henderson was seriously considering a career change, even though he loved dentistry. Fortunately, he found a solution that literally saved his career. Read More...
  • Color-Coded Calm

    Learn how to take the stress out of organizing your materials and instruments. A-dec provides tips and tricks for color coding dental supply drawers. Read More...
  • Not All Dental Cabinets Are Created Equal

    Specialized dental furniture engineered by experts and designed specifically for the operatory environment not only performs better, it lasts longer. Here are some things to consider when purchasing cabinetry for your office. Read More...
  • Make an Investment in Your Reputation

    For Dr. Paige Volentine of Ruston, Louisiana, the motivation to update her practice was simple. Clean, modern-looking dental equipment and furniture help build patients’ trust and confidence that your dental techniques are equally up to date. Read More...
  • Company Spotlight - Midmark Corporation

    Midmark has made a name for itself as one of the premiere dental equipment manufacturers, and that success is propelled by its long history in patient care, including in the medical and animal health markets. Read more about how its corporate culture sets Midmark apart as an innovator in the dental space. Learn More...
  • The Power of Color

    How do you choose color? Color is a powerful design tool that has an impact on influencing emotion, mood, and even physiological reactions. The color you choose for your operatory can affect your patients. Whatever you choose, let your color inspire both your practice and your patients!
  • Connecting Elements: Ergonomics, Efficiency, and Office Design

    Dental professionals work in a complex environment that requires consideration of ergonomics. This encompasses physical, psychosocial, and organizational factors. Fourhanded dentistry results in organized and collaborative performance of work, effectiveness, increased productivity and efficiency, and helps to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries when performed properly. The dental operatory design, operatory furniture, and instruments require particular consideration and can help provide ergonomic solutions in dentistry.
  • The True Cost of Dental Equipment

    To get your money’s worth, look beyond the price tag. If you’re feeling pressure to get the most out of your equipment budget, it can be tempting to hone in on price alone when making a purchase. But as many have learned the hard way, “low price” and “excellent value” aren’t necessarily the same thing.
  • The Art of Humaneering: Designing a Better Stool for Women

    As part of the process when one acquires a manufacturing company, a new owner will review the existing product line to see if it fulfills the needs of the market.
  • 5 Top Considerations When Buying a Dental Chair

    You can choose a dental chair for its looks, function, price, or ergonomics. No matter what type or brand you choose, there are five key factors to evaluate when buying a dental chair to ensure it delivers comfort and performance.

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