Dental surgeons can face daunting multitasking challenges - they must work on their patient's teeth, while viewing monitors. It might be wise to purchase a ceiling mounted monitor arm. Here is when they are necessary.
During a medical surgeon's operation, he might have many different assistants, who can handle various functions, including viewing monitors. That is usually not the case for a dentist. Most dentists have one assistant and confined spaces. Here are situations where ceiling mounted monitor arms may be necessary.
Dental Procedure Angles
Is it a requirement for a dentist to be a contortionist? Sitting or standing while reaching the deep recesses of someone's mouth can be quite a challenge. You might find yourself in odd angles, while holding your patient's teeth or suction. In many ways, ceiling mounted computer monitor arms might be preferable. You already will have an adjustable light directly above the patient to see inside his mouth, why not add ceiling monitor arms also? You can adjust it, move it around and get in place. It does not matter what side of the patient, you are on, because the reference point is above you. The ceiling mounted arms might provide a better vantage point. You could also use it for your television.
When you first start out, your dental walls might be empty. Over time, they will quickly fill up - you need your dental diploma, posters with cartoons demonstrating the importance of brushing and the government might also require you to put up public displays. After adding a couple of wall mounted monitor arms, you might simply run out of space. Businesses are optimizing their spaces with our ceiling computer monitor arms. These provide you with more functionality, so you can complete more types of procedures. Your position also does not matter. You could be facing north, south, east or west. When your monitor is on the ceiling, you are the same distance away from it.
Do you like to sit in your reclining rolling chair and move around your dental floor at ease? Of course, you don't want to have any equipment in your way, where you could trip or damage it. Dental equipment is very expensive. Therefore, mounting your sensitive equipment on the ceiling might ensure that you keep your floors open. Review all of our ergonomic, easy-to-use monitor arms. We have quite a variety. We understand dentistry and have worked closely with professionals, like you, to design the best equipment. We want you to be comfortable, so our ergonomic arms are well-built and well-designed. When you are arranging your dental space, our Cotytech ceiling mounted monitor arm might be the best solution.