Crown Seating offers practitioners diverse range of comfortable chairs, stools

April 2, 2013

As the dental industry continues to promote diversity, the “one-size-fits-all” mantra of previous years no longer applies, and even the tools and equipment practitioners use are beginning to reflect this progress. 

As the dental industry continues to promote diversity, the “one-size-fits-all” mantra of previous years no longer applies, and even the tools and equipment practitioners use are beginning to reflect this progress. 

With this in mind, Crown Seating offers chairs that are ergonomically designed to accommodate different body types as well as specific tasks performed by dental practitioners.

Whereas older stools are uniformly designed to accommodate an approximately 5’11” tall male user, Crown Seating chairs are available with longer or shorter seat pans, as demonstrated in the video below. Additionally, the Crown Seating seat pans contain five pieces of strategically placed foam of varying densities, which reportedly help support the upper body and promote proper circulation at the knee joint.  The same principles also apply to Crown Seating’s assistant chair, which is ergonomically designed to reduce “perching” and make reaching for tools safer and less strenuous.

The next video demonstrates the unique fine-tuning capabilities of the virtù Standard, Crown Seating’s flagship chair for medical and dental professionals.  Taking into account that users typically always sit in three positions – reclining, upright, and declining – the virtù chair’s unique controls reportedly allow users to adjust their bearing for specific tasks they are performing. Furthermore, the seat pan moves with them to promote proper body alignment in whatever position they sit. Users can also adjust the lumbar-shaped backrest to the free-float mode in order to increase back support in any of the aforementioned positions.

Head to www.crownseating.com to download brochures for the virtú chair or view Crown Seating’s entire product line.