Prime Dental Supply offers a wide variety of dental equipment for your practice. From operatory packages to digital X-ray to your sterilization needs, we offer a full line of products to fit your needs. We also offer specialized products for lab, surgical, mobile dentistry, and first aid responders.
We’ve successfully designed, installed, and provided training in private practices, large groups, health centers, and acute care facilities. Call us for your equipment needs and see what we can do for you!
*Equipment installation and training are available services and quoted on a case-by-case basis.
We offer large equipment such as operatory packages, chairs, dental delivery systems, operatory lights, dental stools, cabinetry, sterilization centers, compressors, x-ray units, digital pan/ceph, imaging systems, lab equipment, mobile cabinetry, portable air compressors, portable x-ray units, mobile equipment, and more from world’s most trusted dental equipment manufacturer.
Following are some of the best-selling large dental equipment recommendations:
Our small equipment products can fill the entire needs for your practice. Covering all specialties, we can offer small equipment such as air polishers, amalgamators, curing lights, digital sensors, handpieces, implant surgery motors, intraoral cameras, ultrasonic cleaners, surgical equipment, and more from brands you trust. We back all of our products and can offer spare parts and repair services.
Following are some of the best-selling small dental equipment recommendations:
Buying new dental equipment is a big expenditure. However, repairing old dental equipment frequently becomes throwing money away in the long term.
Are you deciding on whether to repair your dental equipment or to replace? At what point does it make sense to replace new dental equipment with the existing one? Taking the right decision would take some patience and learning.
This article would help you to make the right decision whether your dental equipment needs repair or replacement.
Following are 3 most important factors to consider before finalizing a decision on whether to repair or replace your dental equipment.
Dental Equipment life is the primary factor to consider at the time of deciding on whether to repair or replace dental equipment. If your large dental equipment like a chair, stools, cabinets are repeatedly getting down or stopped working properly and it is more than 12 to 15 years old, repairing might not be worth. However, busy dental practices tend to see shorter life span than slower dental practices. It is advisable to keep a dental equipment log including age, date of purchase, whether it was purchased new or used, repair records, warranty coverage, etc.
Below is an approximate analysis of useful life of dental equipment:
|Dental Chair||12-15 Years|
|Doctor’s Stool||12-15 Years|
|Operator’s Stool||12-15 Years|
|Air Compressor||10-12 years|
|Vacuum System||8-10 Years|
|Dental Units||8-10 Years|
|Ultrasonic Cleaner||8-10 Years|
|X-Ray Unit||4-5 Years|
|Dental Handpieces||2-3 Years|
It is highly recommended to conduct a dental equipment audit once a year. Create a detailed log of each problem, repairs and replacement. Regularly collect the feedback about equipment performance from staff or equipment operators and keep it in the log. Arrange a rating system (1 to 5) for each unit, this would help you to prioritize which unit need repair or replacement first.
Regular Maintenance and Proper care can extend the life span of your dental equipment. Ensure the regular maintenance by a qualified and trained technician to keep your dental equipment running smoothly for a longer time. Make sure your staff take proper training on how to operate and maintain dental equipment. This would considerably extend the life span of your dental equipment and help you to make the right decision on repair or replacement.
We’ve successfully designed, installed, and provided training in private practices, large groups, health centers, and acute care facilities. For more information about Dental Equipment Purchasing and Financing, please contact one of our Professional and Experienced Representatives at (845) 708-0936 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org