NEWBERG, Ore. - A-dec launched a new line of dental furniture and cabinetry  that it says is based on consulting with dental professionals to optimize the new furniture line for improved workflow and efficiency.
 
Swing-out shelves, a telescoping, gliding monitor mount, and rotating work surface are part of the design, as wass as integrated LED task lighting and USB ports and power panels a built in. Inside the cabinets, specialized compartments and customizable color-coded bins enhance organization and productivity for the practitioners.
 
Bringing personalization into the treatment room is also important among dentists, says Ciarán Hynes, Director of Dental Furniture Project Management for A-dec.
 
"It is designed to grow with the practice, and evolve along with technology and work styles," Hynes says. Adaptable configurations and design options include high-end quartz countertops and artistic glass vessel sinks, to a rich palette of laminate selections.
 
Key among these style options are the unique cabinet door and clerestory infills that bring texture and light into the treatment room. Stunning infill patterns range from natural Bear Grass and Fossil Leaf, to more contemporary and geometric shapes and solids.
 
"The furniture is an innovative fusion of technology and materials that will set the standard for the dental practice of the future," says Hynes. 
 
A-dec describes itself as the world's leading manufacturer of dental chairs, delivery systems, and dental lights. It is based on a  50-acre campus in Newberg, Oregon, with state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities. A-dec facilities in the United Kingdom, Australia, and China help support an extensive network of authorized dealers in more than 100 countries worldwide