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Bell Dental Products, LLC Patents
Bell Dental Products, LLC
Denver, CO
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6406294 Self contained dental chair with integrated compressor and vacuum pump and methods June 18, 2002
The invention provides an exemplary modular dental chair system and methods for its use. In one embodiment, a compressor, vacuum pump, water reservoir, waste container and associated fittings, wiring, and plumbing are integrated into a dental chair. The compressor, vacuum pump, water
5947729 Modular dental system and methods September 7, 1999
The invention provides an exemplary modular dental system and methods for its use. In one exemplary embodiment, a dental system comprises a plurality of individual modules, with at least some of the modules including tool interfaces which may be coupled with one or more dental tools.

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