Sedation Dentistry

You'll find that sedation dentistry is simplified by the use of Isolite dental isolation systems through continuous isolation of an entire quadrant.

Your patients will thank you

No matter the procedure, you're always thinking about patient safety. When it comes to sedation dentistry, patient safety takes on new meaning as additional variables such as the anesthesia come into play. If a patient vomits during a procedure that involves a rubber dam, they are likely to aspirate which can lead to serious medical issues. With the continuous, dual-suction provided by the Isolite, Isodry or Isovac, the risk of aspiration is lowered. Additionally, because our mouthpieces are transparent, you have visibility of the patient's airway while it is protected.

The Isolite 3

Providing unparalleled control of the oral environment for a multitude of procedures due to its capabilities of improved visibility, oral humidity control, and contamination minimization, the new Isolite 3 also offers a brighter light, a more robust head design, and a suction hose that won't kink. It's everything you appreciate about Isolite, plus a whole lot more.

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The Isodry

Constructed of 2.5 ounces of strong, yet ultra-lightweight titanium, the Isodry Control Head Assembly provides two channels of continuous hands-free vacuum suction without the illumination component in the Isolite 3.

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The Isovac

Quickly connecting to an available HVE line in the operatory, the Isovac® adapter is perfect for rounding out hygiene operatories with dual vacuum suction and easy-to-use oral control. Discover the ultra lightweight, easy-to-clean Control Head Assembly and take advantage of the many benefits that come with our award-winning mouthpieces.

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The Mouthpiece

All Isolite dental isolation systems utilize the patented mouthpiece, which is the point where illumination, isolation and aspiration converge. Our award-winning mouthpieces are constructed of a flexible polymer that is softer than gingival tissue, ensuring a comfortable experience for your patients.

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For sedation cases, if you're using a rubber dam and a patient vomits, they're going to aspirate and have severe medical issues. Isolite suctions the vomit. We used to have to turn the patient on their side immediately if they were vomiting and catch it with a high speed evacuation system. But now, we can actually see the fluid be whisked away in seconds and the respiration is never compromised.
Dr. Michael Rosenbaum, DMD
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