Yes, if you are interested in demoing a unit, please visit our store and purchase the 2 week demo or contact us at 1-877-278-0061. The cost of the demo goes towards the purchase price when you decide to buy.
No! It’s a pretty short learning curve. If you take about 30 minutes, just to play and learn the buttons, cursor, etc. you will find it is very easy and you will get quicker every time.
It takes about the same time to perio chart with the Dental R.A.T.™ as it does with an assistant; but it saves having an assistant in the room at all. It also removes the need to touch the keyboard during charting.
It will fit any size from a woman’s 4 on up! We even have some doctors with size 13 using it!
It's as easy as plugging the dongle into the USB port of your computer, putting the batteries into the Dental R.A.T. and clicking the buttons!
There is a downloadable program for audible feedback. It isn't required to run the Dental R.A.T., but is great for patient education and feedback to the clinician that they selected the right number.
The Dental R.A.T. system controls the cursor on your screen, so it will do all the same functions that your hand mouse does. You can open your x-rays, run the intra-oral camera, check the schedule… the list goes on and on!
We agree with the need to educate the patients while perio charting, and that is why we have voice feedback. The Dental R.A.T.™ actually makes your software talk! As the numbers are entered the computer will say them. If you don’t want to have the audio feedback, the computer speakers can be turned off.
Yes, it's easy to enter bleeding, recession etc. with the tap of the heel. With most software, simply park the cursor where needed and tap your heel.
Any camera that is controlled with your hand mouse can be operated with this. If you capture the picture with a left mouse click, then it's just a simple heel click and it will capture the picture.
Remote Access Terminal.
Clinicians are already using their feet for a lot of things. It’s a pretty simple toe tap or heel tap. Probably the hardest to learn to use is the cursor, but that still is a very short learning curve.