A-dec 400 marries form and function for less complexity and more style at a beautiful price. Instead of sacrificing ergonomic access to the oral cavity for patient comfort, have both. And when you add robust construction, contemporary styling, and left/right versatility, you gain a system that is the best long-term value available on the market.
Ultra-thin backrest that "flexes" (1", 25 mm). Enables you to tuck your knees under the chair providing ergonomic access to the oral cavity.
Double-articulating gliding headrests. Adjusts easily for optimal patient positioning. Available in locking knob and lever release styles.
Full height range. Offers a range from 13.75" to 31.25" (349 mm to 794 mm). Low point 14.75" (375 mm) with dual mounting.
2-position armrests. Combines comfortable arm/elbow support with a robust load-bearing design for easy patient entry and exit.
60º swivel with brake. Allows 30º rotation on each side of center.
Hybrid chair lift system. Combines the power of a hydraulic base and the smoothness of an electro-mechanical tilt, allowing simultaneous movement for quicker patient positioning.
Integrated 300-watt power supply. Provides more than enough power for the whole system; powers light and additional ancillary devices.
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.
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.