Attendees included: Back Row (L to R): Victor Castro, Jeff Singler, Sam Sawvel, Peter Pizzi, Robert Coleman, Jon Springer, Krystyna Jasinski, Debbie Fichter, Jay McCulley. Front Row (L to R): Samantha...See more Madsen (Jensen Dental), Alfredo Flores, Bill Bell, Roy Cho, Anton Nelson, Kristi McCulley (not pictured Shirley Galindo).
- October 2015
As part of the recent merger to create Zimmer Biomet Holdings, a global leader in musculoskeletal health, BIOMET 3i and Zimmer Dental are combining operations. Zimmer Biomet will headquarter its dental business in Palm Beach Gardens, at the original BIOMET 3i site. The Company will retain 473 positions at the Florida location, and plans to hire more than 150 additional employees over the next three years.
“Zimmer Biomet’s Dental Division is the largest dental implant company in the United States, and we are excited to continue our growth as part of the Palm Beach Gardens community,” said General Manager David Josza. “Our combined operations will allow the company to more effectively serve our customers and administer our global organization. To strengthen our market position, we will continue investing in the best people, who can join us in advancing the field of clinical dental technology.”
Zimmer Biomet worked closely with leaders from the State of Florida,...
- June 2015
Zimmer Holdings, Inc. today announced that, following the receipt of U.S. Federal Trade Commission clearance, Zimmer has completed the acquisition of Biomet in a cash and equity transaction currently valued at approximately $14.0 billion. In connection with the combination, Zimmer has changed its corporate name to Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. The Company will trade on the New York Stock Exchange and the SIX Swiss Exchange under the ticker symbol ZBH beginning June 29, 2015.
"The coming together of Zimmer and Biomet is a momentous achievement. We are excited to move forward as one company and to pursue new opportunities that benefit patients, healthcare professionals and employees around the globe," said David Dvorak, President and CEO of Zimmer Biomet. "Over the past several months, our integration planning teams have been working to ensure that we capture the best of both companies and create a seamless and efficient transition. I look forward to continuing to work closely with our employees...
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- April 2014
Palm Beach Gardens, FL (March 2014) - BIOMET 3i is pleased to announce that it has just completed its successful Research & Technology Forum in Tokyo, Japan.
The event, which was well-attended, featured 18 world renowned speakers from the United States, Europe and Asia. Dr. Dennis Tarnow opened the meeting that covered topics such as sustainable aesthetics, bone preservation and treatment/diagnosis of peri-implantitis. Along with the latest in clinical outcomes and treatment, key BIOMET 3i Solutions that include the 3i T3® Implant and the BellaTek® Encode® Impression System were also highlighted.
“This event was a monumental success,” said BIOMET 3i Japan President Noboru Ohta. “We are always excited to gather with clinicians from around the world to discuss the latest in implant dentistry and how BIOMET 3i Solutions can continue to help in the advancement of treatment.”
Many dental professionals in Japan have begun using the 3i T3 Implant, which...
- January 2013
ZIMMER DENTAL, in partnership with Zfx GmbH, is now distributing Zfx open platform laboratory scanners, CAD software and custom milled components in the U.S. and in select global markets.Â For streamlined operation and simplicity, each component of the Zfx system is linked together by an internet portal that integrates the digitized patient data and facilitates the flow of information from the clinician to the lab to a Zfx milling center (the U.S. milling center is located in Carlsbad, CA). The company offers customized restorations as well as implants.
- May 2011
BIOMET 3i and Renishaw have joined forces to offer more solutions in CAD/CAM dentistry. This new collaboration offers laboratories access to a broader range of milling options for copings and frameworks and the ability to create precision-milled bars through Biomet 3i. The two companies are also offering in-lab milling units, scanners and software. Restorations come with a 10-year limited warranty. Call for details about free software kits for Procera ForteÂ® scanners.