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Isolite brings in Levin to speak to ADA meeting attendees

Dr. Roger P. Levin, CEO of dental consulting firm Levin Group, speaks to ADA meeting attendees at the Isolite booth. (Photo: Fred Michmershuizen, DTA)
Fred Michmershuizen, DTA

Fred Michmershuizen, DTA

Tue. 10 November 2015


WASHINGTON, D.C., USA: There was lots of excitement at the Isolite booth at the recent ADA meeting in the nation’s capital. The company offered demonstrations and held hourly raffles for product. Meeting attendees who stopped by on the show’s final day also had the opportunity to meet Dr. Roger P. Levin, a nationally recognized practice management expert.

Levin, a third-generation dentist and CEO of dental consulting firm Levin Group, was on hand to answer questions and provide information about best practice principles.

According to Isolite, dental isolation is one of the most common and ongoing challenges in dentistry. The mouth is a difficult environment in which to work. It is wet and dark, the tongue is in the way, and there is the added humidity of breath, which all make dentistry more difficult.

Proper dental isolation and moisture control are two often overlooked factors that can affect the longevity of dental work — especially with today’s advanced techniques and materials.

Leading dental isolation methods have long been the rubber dam — or manual suction and retraction with the aid of cotton rolls and dry angles. Both of these methods are time and labor intensive, and not particularly pleasant for the patient.

Enter Isolite Systems: Its dental isolation systems deliver an isolated, humidity- and moisture-free working field as dry as the rubber dam but with significant advantages, including better visibility, greater access, improved patient safety and a leap forward in comfort. Plus, it allows dentists to work in two quadrants at a time.

The key to the technology is the “Isolation Mouthpiece.” Compatible with Isolite’s full line of products, the mouthpiece is the heart of the system. It is specifically designed and engineered around the anatomy and morphology of the mouth to accommodate every patient, from children to the elderly.

The single-use Isolation Mouthpieces are now available in six sizes and position in seconds to provide complete, comfortable tongue and cheek retraction while also shielding the airway to prevent inadvertent foreign body aspiration.

Constructed out of a polymeric material that is softer than gingival tissue, the mouthpieces provide significant safety advantages, and their ease-of-use can boost your practice’s efficiency, results and patient satisfaction.

Isolite Systems provides three state-of-the-art product solutions for every practice, every operatory: Isolite, illuminated dental isolation system; Isodry, a non-illuminated dental isolation; and the new Isovac, dental isolation adapter.

Using the Isolation Mouthpieces, all three dental isolation products isolate upper and lower quadrants simultaneously while providing continuous hands-free suction. This allows a positive experience where the patient no longer has the sensation of drowning in saliva/water during a procedure and the practitioner can precisely control the amount of suction/humidity in the patient’s mouth.

Isolite Systems’ dental isolation is recommended for the majority of dental procedures where oral control and dental isolation in the working field is desired. It has been favorably reviewed by leading independent evaluators and is recommended for procedures where good isolation is critical to quality dental outcomes.

(Source: Isolite)


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