The Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry at the University of Southern California recently celebrated its new Odulair Mobile Dental Clinic with a week of free dental care for hundreds in children in Pasadena. The 50-foot Mobile Dental Clinic by Odulair, the largest unit in a fleet of mobile clinics used by the Ostrow Community Health Program, boasts eight dental chairs and over 900 square feet when fully expanded.
The state-of-the-art, custom-designed Odulair mobile clinic surpasses the traditional, static dentist’s office with its patient-relaxation system to reduce dental anxiety. The self-contained unit includes a separate room for taking x-rays and space to accommodate a laboratory and sterilization equipment. The clinic, almost the length of a semi-trailer, is outfitted with a combination of naturally antibiotic and easily disinfected materials.
Today, many individuals do not have access to dental care. Mobile Dental Clinics by Odulair have created the opportunity for complete mobile dentistry delivered right where it’s needed. Fully functional when delivered, Mobile diagnostic and treatment facilities such as the Mobile Dental Clinics by Odulair excel in providing on-site dental services for a large patient volume in mobile outreach dental services.
The Ostrow Community Health Program is able to provide ongoing dental care with their new Odulair Mobile Dental Clinic to meet USC’s goal of serving more than 45,000 underprivileged children in five years.
There is no limit to the type of dental work that can be performed inside a Mobile Dental Clinic by Odulair, designed and fully equipped to provide the highest quality dental care for all patients.
Mobile Dental Clinics by Odulair are available for sale in the US and internationally.