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Total CAD/CAM system allows clinicians to quickly create restorations in the office or submit cases to the lab as needed—from a...
Planmeca PlanCAD Design Center Software is a complete restorative design system with laptop convenience.
Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM’s CEREC Software 4.5 offers the same great features as previous versions, but enhances the user experience with...
Planmeca and CephX Technologies announce the launch of an automatic cephalometric tracing and analysis service for Planmeca Romexis...
Preciso CAM software from Jensen Dental incorporates milling strategies and templates that have been designed specifically for 3M ESPE...
Highlights of CEREC SW 4.2 that expand the users' design options include: customized implant abutments that can be designed and milled...
Preciso's CAD Software allows clinicians to design a variety of indications for innovative materials from 3M ESPE and Jensen Dental,...
DentMILL dental milling software from Delcam provides a new mechanism for identifying and creating machining features from imported CAD...
Streamline your restoration design process. CS Restore, part of the CS Solutions CAD/CAM restoration portfolio, dramatically simplifies...
Coupling the TS150 Chairside Mill with the IOS FastScan allows 1-appointment, in-office fabrication of dental restorations.
With the Zfx system, there's a wide range of restorative options for designing abutments, crowns, and bridges. Zfx software allows...
3Shape released an integrated digital denture manufacturing workflow. The workflow includes the company’s Dental System CAD software, CIM...

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  • Dental Product Shopper

    Despite the integration of more and more technology in today’s dental practices, there remains an overwhelming lack of data regarding how much of any type of technology is actually being used, and where. Wouldn’t it be great to see a snapshot of the digital dentistry landscape across the country? Ever wondered how your technology usage stacks up...

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  • Allison Walker

    If you’re thinking about taking things to the next tech-y level and designing your own abutments, crowns, and bridges, Zimmer Biomet’s Zfx Dental Cad Design software enables you to custom mill a wide range of restorative solutions. Designing an implant crown or implant-retained bridges with the Zfx system allows you to create restorations from...

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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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  • Allison Walker

    AS DENTISTRY EVOLVES, OFFICE DESIGN MUST EVOLVE, TOO. There is no better way to make a first impression on patients than presenting a clean and contemporary dental environment from the front door to the operatory. Not only are Dentsply Sirona treatment centers streamlined and modern looking, clinicians say nothing compares to the way the...

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  • Julie Cullen

    KöR Complete Desensitizer: A Complete Solution to Tooth Sensitivity Like everything that comes out of KöR and the team led by research and development scientist and company founder Dr. Rod Kurthy, KöR Complete Desensitizer has been met with positive comments by dentists far and wide. Before you treat your next patient with sensitivity, make sure...

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  • Michael Howard

    Medicom creates SafeGauze HemoStat to Quickly Stop Bleeding After an extraction, periodontal surgery or other dental procedures, stopping bleeding is critical. The process that causes bleeding to stop, known as hemostasis, consists of three steps: vascular spasm (or vasoconstriction), platelet plug formation and clot formation. In dentistry,...

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