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Zahn Dental, the dental laboratory distribution business of Henry Schein, Inc. is excited to announce their new relationship with 360imaging®, a U.S. leader of computer-guided dental surgery, to offer 360imaging’s state-of-the-art, proprietary treatment planning software, 360dps, and surgical...
- February 2014
National Dentex Corporation (“NDX”) announces the acquisition of nSequence Center for Advanced Dentistry (“nSequence”) based in Reno, NV. nSequence (
- January 2013
Straumann reported stable net revenues of CHF 519 million (-1% in local currencies) in the first nine-months of 2012. North America was the key driver throughout accompanied by strong growth in China and Latin America. However, these solid performances were not enough to compensate for sluggish sales...
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- March 2012
Straumann® CARES® System 7.0 offers users full flexibility to choose their workflow through a single system. The validated workflow provides direct access to precise, high-quality Straumann materials and restorations through Straumann's centralized milling facilities and pre-set design parameters.
Precisely milled materials in zirconium dioxide, IPS e.max® CAD, 3M™ ESPE™ Lava™ Ultimate Restorative, titanium, and more material choices from Straumann CARES are only...
- April 2011
STRAUMANN's CARES (Computer Aided Restorative Solutions) Digital Solutions includes state-of-the-art guided surgery, intra-oral scanning and CAD/CAM prosthetics. The complete package comes from a single provider, is designed for seamless connectivity to simplify workflows and links dental professionals...
Laboratories can grow their implant business and offer extra value to their customers with expert, affordable, simplified guided surgery. With significant...
According to LMT's 2013 Dentist Survey, 42% of dentist-respondents say they likely will invest in a digital impression-taking system within several years. In contrast, 63% of respondents have no plans to purchase a chairside CAD/CAM system in the near future.
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