Every time we deliver a new dental unit, our thoughts always turn to its future. To how efficient it will be in the daily operations of the dental practice. To how it will meet the needs of different dental teams. To the day when, after several years of operation, the dentist who bought it will realize that the reliability of VITALI dental units was not just a promise, but actual reality.
The exceptional emergency caused by the coronavirus has brought back to the fore the issue of safety in dental practices and, more generally, in all healthcare environments. We will discuss this issue in several articles. This first article will discuss how VITALI has always put prevention at the heart of design.
No dental equipment should leave a dentist high and dry. This means that if a manufacturer really wants to make a difference, he must deliver a machine that works perfectly right from the start, excluding any kind of inconvenience during installation.
We have been hearing for some time that a dental unit is a kind of commodity. A useful piece of dental equipment, yet poor in technology, in which it is not worth investing a lot of money. The cheaper the better, so they say.
With the month of February, one of the most important events of the year for the dental industry is drawing close, namely AEEDC in Dubai, the biggest trade show in the Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian region. VITALI units will certainly be there.