Our end-to end dental practice solutions cover every aspect of designing, building, running and maintaining a successful practice. View the overview page to understand how each solution can help you.
Choosing the right equipment for your dental surgery, can fill like a daunting task. Their are many factors to consider when selecting equipment including ergonomics, the physical space and of your the way you work. As engineers first and being independant we have selected products that we know are reliable, robust and innovative, but also as surgery designers that will ensure the best efficient and effective solution.
Superior Comfort and Integration for All
An Ambidextrous Cost Effective Reliable Solution
A Legbreak with Superior Comfort and Features
Compact, Comfortable and Convenient
Entry Level yet Reliable and Compact
Their Mid-Range Treatment Centre
Comfort and Integration, more compact than the 500
The stand-alone kneebreak unit.
The over-the-patient unit.
The stand-alone that has a swivel.
A Reliable Cost Effective Alternative
An Affordable Reliable Kneebreak
A Compact, Inexpensive Kneebreak
Modern and Easy to Use
Reliable with its No Drift Arm
Perfect in Design and Function
Flexible intraoral x-ray unit
Lightweight, Portable Innovation
Cost-effective popular choice
Superior Ergonomics and Comfort
A-dec's entry-level stool
A legend with a small seat
A legend with the larger saddle
Narrow Saddle with 'balance option'
Narrow Saddle, Backrest and optional 'balance'
Wider Saddle, with optional 'balance'
Wider Seat with Lumbar & optional 'balance'
Entry Level Table Top Piezo Unit
Mid-Range Table Top Piezo Unit
Mid-Range Table Top Piezo Unit
Varios 170 Optic or Non-Optic Complete Set
All-in-one System for a range of Treatments
Developed by Prophylaxis Professionals
A basic Piezo Scaler
Uses pleasantly warm fluid and prevents irritation
I purchased Queen’s Gate Orthodontics based on it’s distinctively regal and homely appeal. I was acutely aware that I was not only acquiring a building, but also a patient base that needed uniterurupted care and a smooth hand over that inspired their confidence in me. Whilst I drew on my own ideas for decor, I knew I could not afford to make any mistakes when it came to purchasing equipment. I appointed Hague Dental to advise and manage the project.
Despite the ambience of the practice, I knew that it did need to be updated in order to reflect my personality and commitment to excellent patient care. I had clear ideas about what I wanted to achieve, but had to keep my vision in check with my budget not to mention logistical restraints. The team at Hague was so helpful during this planning phase, and gave me sensible advice about the important purchases, never going for the hard sell. The work was scheduled around my surgery downtime so as to be completed without significant business interruption. James Fletcher was an attentive and responsive project manager, communicating via email when I was away.Learn more
We took over the practice and had been overwhelmed by new patients, so we decided that we needed to put another surgery in. We had installed a new computer system and digital x-rays, but we always felt that the new surgery was going to cause us the most stress.
We went through different companies getting quotes and seeing their teams.
Jim at Hague was probably one of the last people we saw, the sales pitch was very good, however, I was still sceptical until we went to Hague’s showroom and spent about an hour with Jim going through everything, our biggest concern was to have as little disruption to the patients while the surgery was being installed and also I didn’t want to have different tradesmen coming up to me halfway through with problems, Jim assured us this wouldn’t be the case, and we went ahead after talking to few people who had used their services.Learn more
”Choosing Hague Dental was actually one of the easiest decisions I made during the long, fraught process, owing to the structured and sincere way they operate and the reassuring professionalism they demonstrated at every step of the way.”Aiofe Boland, The Wimbledon Dentist
For the dental team and patient with the delivery head have a larger reach for preparation behind the headrest. The new delivery head incorporates a ‘positionable’ deluxe touchpad for precision viewing.