New dental chairs

July 1, 1998
After three years of research and development with Marquette University, the Brewer Company has created dental seating that minimizes lower back and leg pain common among dentists, hygienists, and assistants.

After three years of research and development with Marquette University, the Brewer Company has created dental seating that minimizes lower back and leg pain common among dentists, hygienists, and assistants.

Brewer designed the dental operator and assistant chairs, based on extensive observations of these professionals at work. The chairs feature just the right support and adjustability needed for performing dental procedures, evenly distributing weight, and maintaining the spine and upper extremities in ergonomically correct positions.

To meet the unique needs of the assistant, in addition to the ergonomic features described above, the assistant chair has a height-adjustable, ratcheting body support, a higher stool-height range, and a height-adjustable foot ring.

The dental operator and assistant chairs are available through AliMed® Inc.

For more details, call (800) 225-2610 and ask for a free copy of AliMed`s new catalog Ergonomics for Dentistry (#SA1160).

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