Ross Orthodontic, Midlothian, Tex, introduced three new pieces for the orthodontic clinic.
The Independence Patient Chair features a fully upholstered design with no back cover, as well as a fixed height cantilevered base and foot control. According to the company, the fully upholstered design eliminates the “niches” between cushions and chair frames for easy wipe down between patients and better infection control. The Independence patient chair has an all steel welded chassis which allows the company to provide its thinnest chair back ever, at 2 inches thick. The chair is available in 10 standard colors.
The new Dallas Stool incorporates a molded plywood seat pan and backrest with compound contours that help keep the stool with the user as they move. The Dallas Stool features dual layered multi-density foam which is completely covered in vinyl. The stool has a five-legged polished all aluminum base and dual wheel casters. It is available in 10 standard colors.
The Ross Model T Delivery Unit was designed for the cost conscious orthodontist or the orthodontist wanting to upgrade from older model units, according to the company. It is available as either a standalone unit with a 6-inch-tall base for concealing existing connections without major plumbing changes or as a mobile cart to connect to a junction box or wall. The Ross Model T Delivery Unit features 3/4-inch cabinet grade plywood construction, a white solid surface top, and four storage drawers. The unit is available in four standard colors.