“We chose the electric Eurus S8 models as we have both used Belmont in the past and have found them to be reliable. We also liked the new digital display and functionality.”
“We had a tight budget so purchased reconditioned chairs to keep down costs.Belmont has an excellent reputation for the longevity of their equipment. The chair package I purchased looks new, and patients comment on their comfort”
“I think the Belmont Eurus is amazing. I have worked on many chairs, and Belmont ticks all the boxes. It is, after all, the most important piece of equipment and a place where I spend all of my day”
“We had a Belmont chair in our last clinic, and it was reliable, extremely comfortable for the patient and easy to use. So, it was a no-brainer for us to equip all three of our surgeries with Belmont again”
“We kept with Belmont chairs across the whole practice because we were so happy with them, and the servicing and after-care is excellent.”
“Everyone we spoke to said Belmont chairs were high quality, good all-rounders, that they last and are easy to service. We’re pleased to say that they lived up to the hype.”
“They’re reliable, functional and I love the minimalist aesthetics” – Simon Oldham
“I have been a huge fan of Belmont chairs since I qualified. I recently added a sixth surgery and purchased their new Eurus chair. The design, comfort and features take it to the next level” – Dr Linda Greenwall
“Our Belmont Voyager II chairs were 17 years old so we upgraded to the Voyager III. They’re sleek, affordable to maintain and easy to use – and I just love the LED lights as much as patients and the team love the chair!” – Dr. Paul Gallop
Belmont’s Voyager III chair gave us the technical specifications we were looking for – a high-end look and comfort for patients within our price range
I needed my chairs to be stylish, yet functional. I didn’t need any unnecessary frills. The Belmont Voyagers are easy to maintain and easy to clean – and what I need is reliability.
Many column inches have been given over to the NHS dentistry crisis of late. The so-called ‘dental deserts’ in pockets of the UK, where NHS is almost non-accessible, has been exacerbated by an exodus of dentists.
A serial entrepreneur and multi award-winning dentist, Dev Patel is not one to stand still for long. He is founder and CEO of Dental Beauty Partners (DBP), one of the fastest growing dental groups in the UK with (at the last count) more than 35 practices under its wing.
When it comes to child patients, we have to make the dental experience magical so they feel safe. The children can also have a ride in the Belmont chair so they understand how it works.
Dr Sarah Hussain – Practice Principal says: “My husband has a computer engineering background and loves to update the technology. That’s why we have decided to invest in Belmont chairs and digital x-ray unit, which has a wall-mounted touch screen display pad”.
Maiara Ban, Practice Manager of the award-winning private dental clinic talks about the importance of understanding your patients demographics, and how ODL clinic operate in order to ensure they deliver outstanding patient care.
Fitze Clinics’ approach places patients needs at the centre of its business model.
“10 years younger content and how it aims to restore community spirit” – Read the full story to see how they did it.
“We chose Eurus as it has lots of additional functions, such as the touchscreen control panel that is very easy to use. The design was important for our continental delivery system and is comfortable ergonomic and efficient.” – says Gareth McAleer.
As we power forward through this year of Covid-19, new models of healthcare delivery continue to merge.
Read what Louise Butler says – Practice Manager at Maltings Dental Practice.
Dr. Guy Laffan defines their practice as being at the heart of their community and their community at its heart. “We worked outwards ensuring we kept a sense of comfort with neutral colours”.
“We all value tooth and gingival health, which are paramount for lasting fabulous smiles. Plus when patients improve their dental health, they protect their general health, too” – says Kaye Olsen, Dental hygienist at Parklands Dental in Caerphilly.
Busy steering his team at Smile Essential in Leicester, Niket is also an executive member of the Leicestershire Local Dental Committee (LDC). Read the full story to learn how he helps his fellow colleagues and patients.
A stunning and unusual space, one cannot help thinking its team as well as the 5,000 plus patients they serve must feel somewhat blessed to experience dentistry in such a heavenly setting.
Innovation often starts with a blank canvas, as Dr Amin Govani, principal and owner of Manor Dental Centre in Leicester, discovered when he set out to create a fresh approach to inclusive dentistry.
Refurbishment in a roller coaster year – A look at how recent ups and downs have helped shape the development of one business.
The ideal solution to meet both requirements was the Belmont Cleo folding leg-rest chair with its upright seating position and small footprint. All the pipework was already in place and we’d done our research and knew what we wanted and
how we like to work.
The Belmont Compass is installed in my other dental practice, and I love its ambidextrous capability and find it fantastic to work around. Patient comfort is paramount, but the dentist’s needs are just as important.
Additionally, from a financial standpoint, we found all our Belmont chairs to be extremely reliable, saving us engineers’ fees and surgery downtime. On the rare occasion we’ve needed support, Belmont’s technical team has always delivered excellent service.
We have three Belmont chairs – all of them are the Compass model with extra comfortable cushioning. The comfort of the chairs allows patients to easily enter that perfect state of relaxation and bliss that is typical of the Enjoyable Dentistry state.
The incredibly innovative children-only dental clinic, situated in the heart of London’s West End, is more theme park than dentistry, more fun-filled than fillings and cleverly less ‘in-your-face’ clinical than your average dental practice.
You might be wondering what you should do with your treatment centre before re-opening your practice or is there any protocol that you should be following. We are sharing with you 8 Simple Steps on how to protect your dental equipment when leaving unused for long periods. Please read carefully prior to taking any action.