Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Dental R.A.T. to Show at RDH Under One Roof

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I've been a fan of the Dental R.A.T. for quite a while now.  It is a foot operated mouse that allows hygienists to use their feet to control their computers!!!
During RDH Under One Roof, this amazing and creative piece of technology is available for $100 off.  This offer is only good through August 31st.
If you'll be at RDH UOR, be sure to stop by booth #705 to see a demo.  I think you'll come away impressed.
Here is a product description from the company website:


Basically, the Dental R.A.T. is a foot operated mouse that enables hands-free access to perio charting, intraoral cameras, and digital x-rays. It doesn’t require additional software. Just plug into a USB port and go! The concept is simple and operation is just as easy. The image to the right shows the basic functions.

  • Toe Button – moves the arrow on the computer screen just like a regular mouse
  • 4 Input Buttons – serve for easy entry of your charting numbers 1-8, and right click
  • Heel Button – works as the left click
  • Audio Feedback- numbers are repeated thru computer speakers or headset when entered for patient education

Simply put, the Dental R.A.T. allows a hygienist to run the operatory dental software without needing an assistant or running the risk of cross-contamination. The Dental R.A.T. is the best choice for hands-free perio charting. The Dental R.A.T. 2.0 can be wireless or wired!!

Choose the Dental R.A.T. for your Operatory

  • Save tens of thousands of dollars over its lifetime,
  • Enjoy years of worry free operation (also see warranty options),
  • Get a hands-free solution without expensive software and hardware upgrades,
  • Run your current software including, but not limited to, Dentrix, EagleSoft, PracticeWorks, Softdent, PerioExec,Opendental, MacPractice
  • Be up and running with minimal technical skills,
  • Open, close, and zoom in on digital x-rays and pictures,
  • Gain hands-free access to intraoral cameras and digital x-rays (in addition to periodontal charts), and
  • Give your patients the privacy they deserve without sacrificing input accuracy.

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