Dental Delivery Systems
Elegant solutions for every need with Forest dental delivery systems
Our engineers and experts know the challenges facing dentists and hygienists, working in small spaces and at back-wrenching angles for hours on end. We’ve crafted solutions to make your movement more fluid and comfortable, use your space more efficiently, all while improving your practice’s aesthetic.
Equipped with an ultra reliable pneumatic control block, the Standard IC is acclaimed for its simple design and straight forward technology. We use one Clippard anti-retraction valve per handpiece enabling each one to operate independently. If a water drip were to occur in one position due to a stuck valve, two back-ups are available, unlike handpieces from other manufacturers with only one valve for all three positions. Because no water enters the main control block, you won’t experience the damaging effects of water deposits and contamination. Affordable Excellence is achieved when every detail is done well.
The Euro control head pivots at the center of the chassis, allowing it to be positioned both next to and over the patient in the transthoracic position. Designed for maximum reach to the patient, the whips are mounted at the front of the control. The true beauty of Forest’s European-style delivery is how smoothly the whips operate. They pull forward effortlessly and move side to side with just enough resistance to retract back. This control is top-rated in the eyes of the discerning European dentists who have tested it against the vast array of whip system controls available to them.
We are very proud to introduce you to our 7000 Series side-delivery systems. Compare them with any delivery system—at any price—from any North American manufacturer. You’ll easily discover why the 7000 Series offers you the highest quality product available today.
The ergonomics of the rear-view side-delivery system are especially important because improper sitting and reaching is what shortens our careers. With this system, you’re sitting in the proper position at 11 o’clock, bent from the hip, and you don’t have to take your eyes away from the patient or reach. Everything is where it needs to be at all times.