Dentistry has evolved to look further ahead. Far from being limited to a mere medical discipline, dentistry today is closely linked to aesthetics, and related treatments, meaning its practice requires a visual identity more closely linked to that language.
“Fusion shape” is the conceptual principle behind Eurus, a dental chair that responds to the new needs of clinics, from the point of view of design, efficiency and ergonomics. A work space that, furthermore, provides safety and wellbeing which helps the patient to feel comfortable and at ease, improving the experience involved in a visit to the dentist. It creates a calm atmosphere.
A work space that, furthermore, provides safety and wellbeing which helps the patient to feel comfortable and at ease, improving the experience involved in a visit to the dentist. It creates a calm atmosphere.
Eurus focuses on optimizing comfort for both the patient and the practitioner with its active ergonomics. Each section is measured down to the last millimeter to minimize unwanted movements for the doctor, thanks to a very efficient integration of the different components.
Thus, this product line integrates the proven experience of Alegre Design in active ergonomics for the office, into the configuration of three models of dental chairs which improve the working conditions of the practitioner by reducing fatigue, improving lighting, and facilitating the hygiene and cleanliness of space.
The entourage of the cabinet, we needed to provide to the patient a sensorial experience. Moving from a product of medical need to creating well-being.
Soft curves and fluid lines define the design of Eurus, our work station for dental professionals, created for the Japanese firm Takara Belmont; international leader in the dentistry sector, with whom we have worked closely for two years.
This intensive and constant collaboration has led to a product line that incorporates European vision and Japanese quality standards with the efficiency of the brand’s medical and dental equipment. Eurus is able to create a more pleasant experience that improves the well-being of the patient.
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