Approximately 65% of dental surgeons suffer from muscle-skeletal problems; these can be minor or more serious, involving one or more of the following symptoms, such as discomfort, pain, limitations during work and, as a result, loss of working time. There is a high risk of disability. But is it a high risk, or are muscle-skeletal problems the result of decisions taken by dental surgeons based on their working methods? Most physical conditions can be avoided or reduced when a healthy posture and dynamic way of working is adopted. Human beings are made to move around, with a constant alternation between variable load and muscular relaxation. A static posture maintained during normal working time is undesirable for a dental surgeon. A STOOL OR A CUSTOM ERGONOMIC WORK CHAIR? The chairs used by dental surgeons are an important component for operating ergonomics, which is why they must allow for perfect ergonomics for the body. Indeed, good ergonomics prevents possible damage caused by incorrect behaviour due to the use of inadequate technology. ErgoSeat The basis of everyday work Can be fully customised in terms of height, accessories and colours. Everything can be defined by the user to create a tailor-made device. The dynamic compensation system eliminates the onset of painful problems or reduces the symptoms of previous incorrect postures.