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· Morita adds new implantology motor to its dental unit
Morita has always been known as a partner offering dental practitioners comprehensive solutions for their daily practice — from efficient diagnostic systems to ergonomic instruments. In the center of every dental treatment venue, there undoubtedly is the dental unit, which should ideally be optimized for the workflow of the dentist and his or her team, and must be designed to provide all reasonable comfort for the patient. With the award-winning Soaric, Morita offers a multi-functional and perfectly shaped dental unit that is not only ergonomic but also looks extremely good. Now, right in time for IDS 2015, Morita has added a new implantology motor.
Morita's award-winning Soaric premium dental unit combines attributes that contribute to an optimized daily workflow: Quality, ergonomics, and function. The versatility supports a wide range of interdisciplinary applications, for which Morita has now defined with a stronger implantological focus by adding its new Soaric implantology motor just in time for IDS 2015.
The powerful MX-i motor by Bien-Air is so well integrated into Soaric that its parameters are displayed on the Morita monitor on the operator’s element of the dental unit. With its matching software and user interface, the Soaric guides practitioners through the entire course of treatment, step by step — from preparing the implant site to connecting the superstructure to the implant. Users can save the treatment sequences of seven dental implant manufacturers from the Soaric operator panel and recall them as necessary. In addition, a user-defined program slot is also available.
With speeds ranging from 100 to 40,000 rpm, the motor expands the capabilities of the Soaric unit to implant procedures such as the preparation of implant cavities, cortical osteoplasties, threading for implants, and even maxillofacial surgical and endodontic procedure. At the same time, the peristaltic pump integrated in Soaric ensures an optimal flow of saline during the treatment.
Soaric combines maximum safety for patients and practitioners with maximum working comfort: the arrangement of the instruments supports dentists treating unassisted or at the 12 o’clock position all the way to four-handed or six-handed treatment. From the Soaric operator panel, all seating and height adjustments of the chair and all instrument parameters for turbines, motors and scalers can easily be controlled. The settings of the ergonomic foot control can be programmed to match the treatment focus using six foot switches.
And not only does the Soaric radiate sheer functional excellence — its extraordinary design has received awards from several independent institutions: In 2012, Morita received the Good Design Gold Award from the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP) for the functional design of its dental unit. The prestigious International Design Forum gave Soaric the coveted iF award three times — one of them a Gold Award for product design.
Interested visitors at IDS 2015 in Cologne can get their own impression of Soaric — at the Morita stand (Hall 10.2, Aisles R and S, Booths R040, S049, and S051).
More information about Soaric is available at www.morita.com/europe