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[vc_row full_screen_section_height="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Dentsply Sirona Imaging has once again enhanced the versatility of its Orthophos SL. In addition to the existing HD and SD modes, the Low Dose mode gives users access to 3D information for specific clinical problems with a significantly reduced dose.   Bensheim/Salzburg. The versatile complete X-ray solution Orthophos SL from Dentsply Sirona Imaging now includes a new function. With immediate effect, the X-ray dose for 3D images for specific clinical indications can be reduced to a level previously only associated...

[vc_row full_screen_section_height="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Trends at the IDS 2017 – Materials, digital technology, flexible manufacturing International Dental Show, March 21 to 25,  2017, in Cologne: The entire world of dental technology is located in Hall 11.2. Hans-Georg Bauer, Director of Global Marketing for Labside Dental CAD/CAM Systems at Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM, and Andreas Maier, Marketing Communications Manager at Dentsply Sirona Prosthetics, give their outlook on a very special trade show experience. Mr. Bauer, what trends do you expect for IDS 2017? Hans-Georg Bauer: After having seen many...

[vc_row full_screen_section_height="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Medit at IDS March 2017 was all IDS. Every dental related company including Medit has waited two long years for the biggest event in the dental industry. On March 20th, Medit kicked off IDS with our commenced partner conference in Cologne, Germany. All hands were on deck as we presented our exciting new T-series desktop scanner models, Intraoral scanner, and Handheld scanner prototypes. Hundreds of people gathered in the Medit booth each day to witness the launching of T-series, and to see...

[vc_row full_screen_section_height="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Experts weigh in on the pros and cons of using this technology.   March 31, 2017 By Terri Lively We spoke to our experts from different parts of the dental team to find out what they actually think about digital impressions and how they're impacting the dental industry. What does this clinician really think? Dr. Mark Hyman has been taking digital impressions for nearly 20 years. He uses them as part of his suite of digital dentistry services. He loves them. His team loves them....

[vc_row full_screen_section_height="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Its features reportedly include user-friendliness, realistic visualization, increased speed and top-quality results.   March 23, 2017 Single-session treatment–two out of three patients surveyed would change their dentist in order to benefit from this service, and half of those surveyed would pay more as well. Today, dentists can readily meet these expectations thanks to the CEREC SW 4.5 in which the workflow has been reportedly significantly improved and expanded to include a variety of features. The CEREC SW 4.5, with its intelligent tools,...

[vc_row full_screen_section_height="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Today’s intraoral scanners allow clinicians to improve their data and information, eliminate poor impressions, and best of all, help deliver great restorations to patients in a quicker, more comfortable fashion. October 05, 2016 By Stan Goff Be honest. How many of your patients have ever said they enjoy the taste or feel of the goopy impression materials in their mouths? And if you’ve made the switch to digital impressions, have you ever had a patient in your chair say they missed the...

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