Dental Assistant Chair Position. The stool should have a foot support to allow the assistant to work both within and out of the oral cavity. These stools are designed for both durability and comfort and should help promote ergonomic positioning during treatment.
One style that you may want to consider is the saddle chair for dental assistants. Negotiable dependent on skill level. A good ergonomic dental stool needs.
Adjust the height of your chair and the patient's chair to a comfortable level.
Optimal assistant seating allows easier access and proximity to the patient. * · chair side assisting in dental procedures. The saddle chair works especially well with tall teammates to allow more leg room when assisting, and without the arm it also allows freedom of range left, right, forward, or backward while using correct posture, which allows for proper balance and reduced stress to the spine. The chair height should be 16cm or 6 inches below the level of the operators elbow.