Amrulo LTD, an Israeli company that offers a dental management and service platform, strives to deliver the best digital dentistry experience to both patients and service providers with the launch of its new tool. The new solution is designed to ease the process of adopting digital dentistry, offering a wide range of features and functionalities to help dental partners enhance service delivery and grow their practice.
A recent report by The Business Research Company put the value of the global dental services market size at approximately US$365.6 billion in 2020. The report also projected the market value to reach over US$551.9 billion in 2025, amidst increasing demand for state-of-the-art dental solutions from millions of people across the globe.
Despite the amazing figures from the market and the emergence of digital dentistry as a major driver, a good number of dental practices still struggle to meet the needs of patients. However, Amrulo LTD is working to change this narrative with its recently launched tool.
Amrulo offers a plethora of services, the most notable being the Open system designed to be compatible with any lab and software, helping dental partners to maximise their benefits. The solution is the first-of-its-kind in the industry, enabling clinical managers to trace lab results seamlessly. The recently launched tool will support and ease clinicians’ transition into the digital realm, ultimately ensuring improved clinical results and decreased procedure failures.
With the release of its new tool, Amrulo hopes to promote digital dentistry by connecting digital partners in the dental industry on a single platform that integrates all brands of scanners and 3D printers. Other features and benefits of Amrulo include time-saving affordability, increased data accuracy, enhanced office freedom, and a secure platform that connects dental care providers with experts.
“I have been working with CAD/CAM systems since 2012 and the Amarulo system facilitated better communication all the way between me and the clinics, making my work much more efficient,” said Ehab Safadi, a lab owner and dental technician for 13 years.