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CAMbridge not only reduces manpower and skill requirements, but also improves material utilization and increases manufacturing capacity....
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DentMILL dental milling software from Delcam provides a new mechanism for identifying and creating machining features from imported CAD...
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Coupling the TS150 Chairside Mill with the IOS FastScan allows 1-appointment, in-office fabrication of dental restorations.
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Preciso's CAD Software allows clinicians to design a variety of indications for innovative materials from 3M ESPE and Jensen Dental,...
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Preciso CAM software from Jensen Dental incorporates milling strategies and templates that have been designed specifically for 3M ESPE...
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Planmeca announces an update for the Planmeca PlanCAD design software, expanding the possibilities for a completely digital workflow....
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Highlights of CEREC SW 4.2 that expand the users' design options include: customized implant abutments that can be designed and milled...
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With the Zfx system, there's a wide range of restorative options for designing abutments, crowns, and bridges. Zfx software allows...
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The product portfolio consists of the CS 3500 intraoral scanner, CS 9000 3D and CS 9300 CBCT impression scanning systems, CS Restore CAD...
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When acquired with the CS 3500 or a Carestream Dental CBCT system, the 3D model is ready for design with almost no manipulation. The...
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Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM’s CEREC Software 4.5 offers the same great features as previous versions, but enhances the user experience with...
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Planmeca and CephX Technologies announce the launch of an automatic cephalometric tracing and analysis service for Planmeca Romexis...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Still think digital dental technology is the wave of the future? From what I’m seeing and hearing from my dentist friends, that’s simply not true. Digital is here now. To be truly successful, best to jump on board. A great example of this is the Implant Studio from 3Shape. With intraoral scanning using TRIOs followed by guided surgery and guided...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Dentsply Sirona may have just concluded their inaugural SIROWORLD event in Orlando, FL, but already “The Dental Solutions Company” is looking ahead to 2017. In a press release issued Wednesday, Dentsply Sirona announced that next year’s event, Dentsply Sirona World 2017, will be held in Las Vegas at the Venetian and Palazza hotel from Sept....

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  • Marie Durett

    At an art studio a few years ago, I tried to work with clay. Perhaps, I thought, I have a talent that I haven’t yet discovered. Spoiler alert: I do not. Or if I do have a hidden talent, it’s certainly not in the world of sculpting. The result of this artistic end eavor, a blood-red paperweight/candleholder in the vague shape of a tree, is often...

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  • Allison Walker

    Dentists are placing more implants than ever. One of the challenges during the procedure is complete removal of cement after an implant-retained restoration is seated because it can be hard to see. Taub Products developed Zero-G Bio-Implant Cement to help dentists more easily visualize and remove excess cement on implant-retained restorations....

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  • Allison Walker

    Almost 70% of dental practices using automated practice management software systems are underutilizing them, according to a recent survey of dental professionals. To help reveal the biggest missed opportunities, Lighthouse 360 has developed a free, online self-assessment to help dentists identify key automation options that they may not be...

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  • Marie Durett

    If you’ve ever brought your car into a mechanic, you know the process: you drop the car off and then wait for “the call.” During that call, the mechanic tells you everything that’s wrong with your car in addition to the initial issue that brought you there in the first place. It can be agonizing to decide whether the additional work is...

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