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What role do some parts of the dental unit play?

by Allen Wood Dental talk
What role do some parts of the dental unit play?
The aspirator is a small tube used to suction the saliva that accumulates in the mouth or small particles of the cavity. Both the aspiration system and the cuspidor are placed to the left of the chair in the case of right-handed, and vice versa if left-handed. If you are interested in ambidextrous and left handed dental equipment you can find the options that we have available in this article:

Pedal
The pedal in a dental unit serves to activate the rotation of the different instruments, for example regulating the chair or activating the water of the water group. In the SD 150 model the pedal is progressive and has control of the dental brushless micro motor through a potentiometer.

In addition, there are also other wireless pedals with Wi-Fi connection, as in the ANCAR series 5. The great advantage is that it is much easier to move, more practical, cleaner and safer, in addition to having a long life of autonomy. The recharges are made every 4 or 5 months and you can work with cable while recharging.

Instrument tray or table
The instrument tray is one of the most necessary and useful tools for every professional. The instrument tray holds all needed instruments for the dentist to work with. The way of working of each professional is different. There are professionals who prefer the continental system or whip, others who prefer hanging hoses or cart.


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