Chairs for radiology
mocarroll at SOD.UMSMED.EDU
Thu Oct 11 11:26:03 PDT 2001
>>> JRGEIST2 at AOL.COM 10/10/01 09:52PM >>>
When we opened our new dental clinic in 1997, we equipped the intraoral
radiology operatories with hydraulic chairs that basically go up and down
through the use of a pedal. We got them from a beauty parlor distributor,
for they are actually beauty parlor chairs. They fit nicely in our somewhat
small operatories and require no electricity. The only drawback is the
headrest, which usually cannot go high enough to stabilize patients' heads
during the procedure. I will find the name of the manufacturer and contact
you on the ORADLIST tomorrow.
In a message dated 10/10/01 12:59:07 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
mocarroll at SOD.UMSMED.EDU writes:
<< Several months ago there was some correspondence on suitble chairs for
oral and maxillofacial radiology. I apologize for not paying specific
attention at the time. I did not foresee a need for the information. Now, one
of our Dental-eze chairs has failed and parts are no longer available. The
newer designs of dental chairs have a base that is not conducive to
radiology. And now, I need to know what alternatives are available. I would
appreciate any advice on chairs, either electric or hydraulic, that might be
suitable for intra-oral radiology.
Thank you in advance.
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