Dentist Çağdaş Kışlaoğlu from Istanbul in Turkey demonstrating the improved ergonomics of the chair.
While the BASIC version has EasyPad controls, the PRO version will feature a touch screen panel.
Sirona launced its new INTEGO dental chair during a special event held in its production site in Germany.
The chair is supposed to close the gap between the C8+ and Sinius dental unit, which is shown in this picture.
Hundreds of dealers and partners of the company joined the launch.
INTEGO will be available in two versions later this year.
Sirona CEO Jeffrey T. Slovin said the unit took four years in development.
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