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Digital Department The new facility offers plenty of room for the lab’s growing digital department. The CAD room includes eight CAD design workstations, four scanners—two 3Shape, a NobelProcera and a Dental Wings—and its Projet wax printer. The lab’s two Digital Dental zirconia mills are located in an adjacent, glass-enclosed room.
During the press conference, Hans Geiselhöringer, MDT, Executive Vice President Global Research, Products and Development at Nobel Biocare, announced several new products and developments, including a fully integrated digital workflow, the next-generation NobelProcera 2G Scanner and the NobelProcera Angulated Screw Channel (ASC) Abutment Concept.
More news about Jesse & Frichtel Dental Labs: It received an award from Nobel Biocare in recognition of the lab's partnership with the company and its continued contribution to the art and science of implant dentistry. Pictured are, from left to right: Byron Moore, Nobel Biocare Regional Sales Manager, Great Lakes Region; Sven Jesse, Co-Owner, Jesse & Frichtel Dental Labs; Michael van den Kolk, Vice President of Sales, U.S., for Nobel Biocare; Mark Frichtel, Co-Owner, Jesse & Frichtel Dental Labs; John vanDyck, Director of NobelProcera North America; Laura Hurson, Vice President Customer Relations, Nobel Biocare; and Tad Thompson, Nobel Biocare Laboratory Sales Representative.
For More Information GC Initial™ Titanium porcelain powder is available in a full range of colors. For more information, call GC America at 708-597-0900 or 800-323-7063 or visit www.gcamerica.com. For details on the NobelProcera scanner, contact Nobel Biocare at 800-993-8100 or visit www.nobelbiocare.com.
As part of Nobel Biocare’s Media Day, members of the dental trade press were treated to an extensive tour of the company’s production facility in Mahwah (the company also has production centers in Stockholm and Tokyo). Drawing on robotics, conveyer transports and milling technology developed by Swiss watch companies and NASA, the Mahwah facility operates 24-hours a day and mills about 1,200 NobelProcera units daily. Each unit is inspected by trained technicians under a microscope before being shipped.