Newly-launched Isovac Adapter allows use of Isolite Systems’ entire family of mouthpieces

November 1, 2013

Issue 11

Isolite Systems, Inc. this week introduced the newest member of the Isolite product line – the Isovac  Dental Isolation Adapter.

Isolite Systems, Inc. this week introduced the newest member of the Isolite product line – the Isovac  Dental Isolation Adapter.

The new Isovac Adapter gives the standard High Volume Evacuator (HVE) the ability to use Isolite Systems’ entire family of mouthpieces. The Isovac offers the same control of the oral cavity and safety advantages of the company’s award-winning Isolite and Isodry dental isolation systems.

The difference being Isovac is designed to replace the HVE at the hose, while the Isolite and Isodry systems are designed to augment existing evacuation on the chair.

Debuting at this year’s 2013 ADA Annual Session, the Isovac Adapter also represents the first solution from Isolite Systems for managing and controlling the oral cavity in hygiene.

?The Isovac is our way of providing another innovative, affordable product option for our doctors and their practice, ″ said Sandi Hirsch, president and CEO of Isolite Systems. ?This new addition to our Isolite dental isolation product line continues in our tradition of developing and providing advanced products that bring added value to the dental industry.″

Isovac’s unique design makes it easy to clean and sterilize. According to Isolite, it is ideal for SRP, ultrasonic scaling, sealants, as well as any practice looking to affordably extend isolation to additional operatories. Other advantages of the Isovac Adapter include utilization of Isolite’s proprietary Isolation Mouthpieces to continuously retract the tongue, while comfortably holding the patient’s mouth open.

At the ADA annual session, demonstrations of the Isovac will be held at the Isolite Systems booth #3227. Isolite Systems will also be conducting a raffle for a free Isovac Dental Isolation Adapter for an entire chair in the operatory (set of three) every hour on the hour throughout the duration of the ADA Annual Session.