Isolite dental isolation systems provide the optimal oral environment for facilitating a wide variety of pediatric clinical procedures.
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As a pediatric dentist, you know how hard it is to treat a rambunctious or fearful child. You want to make your young patients as comfortable as possible and ease their anxieties that’s why more and more pediatric dentists are introducing Isolite into their practice.
Thanks to the patented Isolite mouthpiece which allows for complete isolation, clinicians can improve patient compliance, safety, efficacy and efficiency with pediatric patients. The mouthpiece provides an integrated bite block to keep the patient's mouth open, yet it is soft enough for the patient to be able to make small movements to prevent stress on their jaw.
The integrated tongue shield keeps active tongues away from the procedural area so you can perform the procedure with fewer interruptions. The tongue shield doubles as a way to obturate the patient's throat, keeping their airway safe and protected.
The continuous suction provided by the Isolite system keeps the oral cavity as dry as a rubber dam, without the discomfort associated with rubber dams. The low humidity gives any restorative work the best chance for long-term success.
Additionally, the Isolite 3 provides include total illumination of the oral environment, which provides consistent lighting of the oral cavity and provides shadowless illumination for the dentist and dental assistant to see what's going on.
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Benefits You Will See
The patented design allows you to focus on the procedure, which means better clinical outcomes.
Dual suction, bite blocking, tongue retraction and throat shielding all lead to a more relaxed, quicker patient experience in the chair.
With the device in place, you’ll be able to work faster than ever before. Faster procedures mean more patients and a bigger bottom line.
Isolite systems remove many of the negative variables that can impact a procedure, including moisture, contamination, tongue or cheek interference and lack of accessibility.
Our products were thoughtfully and meticulously designed to protect you and your patients in the realms of: infection control, cross-contamination, accidental swallowing, and latrogenic trauma.
Both placement and removal are ultra-quick—in just a few seconds, unlike a rubber dam. This not only eases the procedure as a whole, but also eases the mind of the patient as they know they can rest or take breaks as needed.
Three solutions to choose from: