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The C7 is an optimised stool that lets dentists perform treatment perfectly while enjoying correct body support. Adjustment mechanisms ensure both seat and back are always regulated to suit the operator’s build, while the compact design allows full access to all parts of the dental unit. The lining material and the manufacturing technique make it easy to sanitise the surfaces.
The seat is specially shaped to aid natural positioning of the legs, ensuring a stable, comfortable posture at all times. Soft, comfortable foam padding contributes to the dentist’s wellbeing, even during prolonged treatment sessions.
The small backrest reduces the contact surface area and, therefore, the sensation of heat. Simultaneously, its shape provides perfect lumbar support during treatment or when talking with the patient.
The backrest can be tilted as preferred by the user, who can always ‘model’ the stool to suit their build. Seat height can be adjusted as desired to ensure proper leg support and spinal posture at all times. An optional accessory can add a further 10 cm of height.
Innovative saddle-like seat design lets dentists approach the patient without having to flex their back, reducing the risk of fatigue. Maximum comfort with the smallest possible footprint.
Saddle-like shaping angles the legs correctly, consequently improving back posture and making it easier to get close to the treatment zone. Excellent ergonomics ensures a feeling of wellbeing and energy, minimising any risk of musculoskeletal pain.
A tilt mechanism ensures the ‘saddle’ supports the dentist’s body movements, providing dynamic seating to ensure a proper, active posture in every treatment scenario. The angle of movement is easily adjusted and can be locked in place.
The C8 stool is designed to provide maximum mobility, quick access to all instruments and optimal arm support.
The seat is circular, making it comfortable even when operators rotate their body. Seat and backrest are actually free to move so the operator can move through 360°. The armrest framework is designed to keep the forearm stable in any position.
The armrest is horizontal, without edges and lined with non-slip material: assistants can therefore keep their arm in a comfortable, stable position, even during long treatment sessions. During the assembly stage, users can opt for a centred armrest position, or offcentred to the left or right according to the needs of the practice.