This new ergonomic retractor is designed with feedback from clinicians, providing a range of benefits to make treatment more effective.
Isolite creator Zyris has revealed its latest innovation–the Zyris Retractor. This retraction tool is designed to offer a range of benefits that cater to the various needs of dental clinicians, according to the company.
Designed with the everyday challenges of dental procedures in mind, the Zyris Retractor is said to incorporate stability, patient comfort, and operational efficiency in its design. One of its key features is the provision of extra oral fulcrum stability, ensuring that clinicians can maintain precise control over the retraction process. This is said to be particularly beneficial during lengthy or intricate procedures, where stability is paramount. The tool’s innovative design is said to increase patient comfort for better compliance.
Improved access and visibility are fundamental elements of successful dental procedures. The Zyris Retractor’s design is said to enhance visibility to the gingival margin, according to the company. This is a game-changer for clinicians, providing them with a clearer view of the treatment area and facilitating more precise and effective interventions.
The benefits extend beyond the treatment itself to include imaging procedures, with enhanced visibility of the occlusal plane as well. This ensures diagnostic processes are more accurate for a better treatment plan.
Crafted from a semi-flexible, biodegradable BPA-free polymer, the single-use design minimizes environmental impact while adhering to infection control protocols. This not only saves time for dental professionals but also contributes to a reduction in waste in the dental practice. With the help of direct feedback from clinicians, Zyris designed this retractor with ergonomics in mind. Quick adjustment tabs ensure better maneuverability, placement, and reinsertion in a matter of seconds, making it a user-friendly tool that integrates with existing dental instruments.
To learn more about the Zyris Retractor, visit the website here.