Fimet Neo Dental Treatment Unit

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  • The Fimet Neo Dental Treatment Unit

    Compact Design

  • Outstanding Low Maintenance Technology
  • Exceptional Health, Safety and Productivity Features

 

The ergonomic and elegant design of the Fimet Neo dental treatment unit makes your practice more functional and convenient than ever before. The Neo’s compact and small base provides more working space for both the dentist and the assistant. Smooth surfaces and seamless upholstery make cleaning and disinfection easier and ensures good hygiene. The instrument bridge and suction head can be equipped with removable hygiene covers that are easy to disinfect. The extensive movement range of the Neo’s arms ensures easy, comfortable operation and good work economics. There are plenty of adjustment options to further ensure comfort. The large height adjustment range (45cm to 95cm) is designed to ensure comfortable working position while standing or sitting. The chair can be rotated 90 degree; the suction head is adjustable from the 3 o’clock to 9 o’clock positions and suitable for both left and right handed use. Also, the cuspidor turns 90 degree sideways providing more space for the assistant. Users can store individual settings for chair position and instrument speed changes, among other parameters. All user interfaces are clear and user friendly. The Neo dental treatment system can be controlled with a wireless foot control, joystick or using keys on the user panel. Everything within reach, instruments, trays, suction head, and cuspidor are adjustable according to the needs of the dentist, the patient and the requirements of the current treatment. Thanks to the thin backrest, the dentist can access the treatment area in an ergonomic and efficient way.

Find out more at the Empire Dental website, or call them toll free on 1800813877

 

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