Editor’s pickStructo’s Dental 3D Printers Empowers ClearCaps To Deliver Superior Clear Aligners

  ClearCaps is one of Europe’s leading clear aligner brands, founded in Berlin, Germany in 2016 by now Chief Unbrace Officer, Mr.Jesse Bartels. When Mr. Bartels was looking to expand ClearCaps’ fleet of 3D printers, there were two criteria more important than any others: ease of maintenance, and the scalability of the technology. Today, Structo’s Mask Stereolithography …

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Young Innovations Announces Acquisition Of Johnson-Promident

Young Innovations, a leading global manufacturer and distributor of dental products, announced on 2nd July the acquisition of Promident, LLC (“Johnson-Promident”). Johnson-Promident is a leading manufacturer and supplier of dental handpieces, preventive consumables, infection control products and rotary instruments, and is also a …



Kulzer Names Mr. Marc Berendes New CEO

Kulzer announced that it has appointed Mr. Marc Berendes the new CEO of its global organisation. He replaces Mr. Akira Misawa, who returns to Japan to assume a new responsibility at Mitsui Chemicals …



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Trihawk: Four reasons why bur connoisseurs want single-patient-use burs:

Patient safety. Autoclaving can't completely rid a bur of bio-burden, which means that reusing burs may be putting your patients at risk.
Staff safety. Cleaning used burs can lead to sharps injuries and possible infections, jeopardizing your staff’s health and your bottom line.
Cutting speed. Autoclaving a bur even once greatly reduces its cutting effectiveness, which means that procedures involving used burs waste precious time.
Cost savings. The cost of single-use burs is exceeded by the cost of the staff time spent cleaning and autoclaving used burs...and dwarfed by the cost of a sharps injury or an infected patient.

PIEZO-LIFT Technique by Mectron

The new Piezo-Lift technique by Mectron facilitate sinus lift by crestal approach. New clinical protocol according to Prof. Tomaso Vercellotti for the maximum surgical safety and precision during crestal sinus procedure. Reduce the risk of membrane perforation. Safe detachment of the membrane and fewer post-operative complications for the patient.