Hague Dental have been supplying, installing and maintaining Dental Chairs in the UK, since 1996.
Specialising in Surgery Design and Ergonomics to ensure your new surgery is created for you and your requirements. The Company's Managing Director is an engineer and understands that reliability of your dental chair is key to keeping any downtime to a minimum, for today's busy modern Dental practice.
Our Dental Practice Refurbishment Team and Dental Engineers are proud to have been awarded ‘Winner’ of the BDIA/ FMC ‘Customer Provider of the Year’ for the Dental Industry for the last 3 years, in addition to having received the 'Highly Commended' award for 'Service and Repair Company' 2017.
We supply world leading brands A-dec and Belmont - Click below to know more about each manufacturer and its range.
With 50 manufacturers of Dentist Chairs, supplying to the UK, how do you decide which chair package is right for you?
For the Dentist – important factors to consider when choosing a new chair
Reliability – Downtime is the enemy and lost revenue is hard to recover and can have long term detrimental effects on Practice profitability. When researching dentist chairs find out what products have a large and well established market share. The reason companies have built up a large market share is normally consistent with long term customer satisfaction and loyalty to a brand based on a trouble free ownership experience.
UK based warehouse – It is also important to make sure the manufacturer you choose has an established long term presence in the UK market and that their warehouse carries suitable quantities of spare parts. These parts should be able to be shipped instantly to prevent downtime and lost revenue to your practice if a fault occurs.
Ask your Peers – Don’t be afraid to ask your dentist friends their experience with different brands. If you have selected a brand then ask your friends who may have that brand what the ownership experience has been like. Always make sure if you are asking your friends about their experience that they have followed a regular maintenance protocol. There isn’t a lot of point asking someone who neglects their equipment about its performance.
Clinical Needs – 7 very important clinical aspects to look for when choosing you dental chair
Choosing a Dental Equipment Partner – There are many different suppliers of dental equipment in the UK so it will be important for you to select the one who meets the exacting criteria you may require.
The following is a list of things to look out for in the optimum equipment dealer:
For the Patient – making sure your dental chair offers the best experience for your patient
Make sure your next dental chair has meets the following criteria to offer best patient comfort:
I hope some of these points help you in your choice of chair and lead to a trouble free ownership experience.
Please remember Rome wasn’t built in a day. Take your time and do the proper research and always keep in the back of your mind most dentists that purchase a chair will use that chair for at least ten years of their working life.
This equates to 10 years x 48 weeks x 40 hours = 19,200 hours!