Advanced Dental Delivery System – ASI’s higher version of dental delivery system that allows electronic instruments to be integrated into the dental unit in addition to the normal air handpiece connections. Integrated dental instruments work off the same foot control as the air handpieces in the dental unit.
Standard Dental Unit – Provides essential air dental handpiece connections but will allow some limited additional options to the dental unit.
Mobile or Portable Dental Units – These dental delivery systems are fully self-contained with internal suction system, oil-less air compressor and water supply. They just require an electrical outlet for operation and do not require connection to plumbing.
Side Dental Delivery System – Dental instruments are mounted so that they are accessible to the dentist’s preferred side. They can be mounted either on a cabinet or chair mounted dental unit or on a dental cart.
12 O’Clock Dental Delivery System – The dental instruments are mounted in the back of the operatory directly behind the patients head. The delivery system is either mounted on a dental cabinet or cart.
Rear Treatment Wall – This implies a 12 O’Clock dental delivery system included as an integral part of a complete treatment and storage system to serve the dental operatory. Usually includes partial cabinets, drawers and either arm mounted dental unit or cart based instrument delivery unit.
Ambidextrous Dental Delivery System – This type of dental unit provides the capability to deliver dental instrumentation for either a right or left handed operator.
Microscope Dental Chair – A specially designed dental stool for performing microscope type treatment. The operator chair includes specific adjustable arms for supporting the elbows or forearms with ergonomic backrest and seat.