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Superthin Design Allows for More Space for the Doctor

With cutting-edge design and advanced technology, our system’s VR headsets are lightweight (200 gr or 4 oz) and small making them easy for patients to wear while providing enough space for the doctor to operate. 

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Stunning 4K Graphics and Virtual Environment

The latest technology in VR pediatric solutions with the finest quality 4k graphics, fully immersing patients with licensed psychologists and pain management specialist-approved interactive virtual environment. With minimum side effects, the patient is engaged in user-centric content allowing doctors to complete procedures with ease and complete concentration.

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Advantages of Virtual Reality

Traditional TV VS Virtual Reality Headset


Low Immersion

  • Low Immersion

  • 2D content

  • Fixed/semi-fixed position

  • Environmental Impaction

  • Installation technician is required

  • Need external components, hardware, cable etc.


High Immersion

  • 3 Times More Effective Pain Distraction

  • 360 degree 4K video

  • Super Isolation

  • Full Interactivity

  • Can be worn from the waiting room

  • Effortless, self installation

  • User friendly and easy on-demand configurable system

  • All in one solution with no additional components required

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Fixed Head

positioning during procedures

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Education Content

integrate patients into procedures

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immersive games for effective distraction

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Sound Blocking

automatically increases the background noise when the drill is in use

Voice control

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easily manageable application by voice command

Dental VR makes PROCEDURES safer for the patient and the doctor.

Anesthesia can be dangerous or even deadly for children. The American Board of Legal Medicine reports that about 13.1% of medical malpractice claims in the U.S. are filed against dentists and that plaintiffs win dental malpractice cases in court by almost 40%. 50,000 sedation/anesthesia (nitrous oxide) procedures generate negative consequences: airway obstruction happened roughly 2,800 times.

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