Are you working in pain? Is it time to change for dental stool?
Ergonomics is key in any practice and an important part of that is working to eliminate physical stresses on the body that can be caused by hours of providing clinical treatments in an unnatural position.
If you estimate that the average dentist changes their dental stool maybe once in 12 years, if you extrapolate the figures for a 40-hour working week, over that period of 12 years, which adds up to a staggering 23,040 hours! So, it's vital taking the time to make sure its the right stool for you.
The three key factors that contribute to back problems in dental professionals are:
- Stools that doesn't perform as you require;
- Dental Chair that is poorly designed;
- Comprising your working position to accommodate the patient's needs
The team at Hague Dental Supplies are specialists in surgery design and understanding the requirements of the surgery. We have developed an extensive range of dental stools, as we understand that what's right for one person may not be right for another.
So, if you are a team member including a Receptionist, Practice Manager, Principal Dentist, Nurse or Specialist Associate, we hope this page will help you in making an informed decision.