Henry Schein ConnectDental Pavilion at Greater New York Dental Meeting: The Next Step in Digital Dentistry

Pavilion demonstrates Henry Schein’s leadership in providing tailored patient-centric digital solutions to dental practices and laboratories

Henry Schein, Inc. will unveil the Henry Schein ConnectDental® Pavilion at the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM), which brings together for the first time the industry’s broadest array of open solutions designed to help any practice or laboratory enter the digital age.

For practitioners considering integrating digital technology solutions into their practice or laboratory, the Pavilion provides a full suite of innovative, integrated solutions, services and support, as well as global experts who have successfully incorporated digital dentistry and experienced increased efficiency and enhanced patient care.

Debuting for the first time at the GNYDM, which takes place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Centre from November 27 to December 2, the Henry Schein ConnectDental Pavilion is designed to educate and encourage practitioners to harness the power of digital dental technology for the benefit of the patient and the practice. The Pavilion will showcase open-architecture solutions ranging from digital intraoral scanners, milling and printing devices and materials, to cone beam 3D imaging, practice management and digital laboratory solutions. Visitors will also see how Henry Schein’s “Practice Analysis Tool” can help identify tailored solutions that meet the unique needs of a practice. In addition, the “ConnectDental Café” located within the Pavilion will offer a comfortable spot for visitors to engage with visiting industry experts to learn how these visionaries have incorporated these digital solutions into their practice to deliver an enhanced patient experience.

“Two years ago, Henry Schein unveiled its vision for the future of digital dentistry, and we have made great progress in realising that vision, most recently through our ConnectDental solution,” said Stanley M. Bergman, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Henry Schein, Inc. “ConnectDental is a patient-centric model that delivers a complete solution, which represents a transformational change in the dental community. The Henry Schein ConnectDental Pavilion reinforces our mission and commitment to focus on practice care so that our customers can focus on patient care.”

The Pavilion includes a number of Henry Schein’s valued supplier partners offering digital dental solutions and also displays a variety of key products and services. 3M, 3Shape, 360imaging, BEGO, Custom Milling Centre (CMC), Dental Wings, DDX®, Dentrix®, Glidewell Laboratories, iSy® by Camlog, Ivoclar Vivadent, KaVo Kerr Group, Katana, Planmeca, VHF and Zirlux® are among those highlighted in the Pavilion.

“Relationships founded on trust with our customers and supplier partners lie at the heart of ConnectDental,” said Jim Breslawski, President, Henry Schein, Inc., and CEO, Global Dental Group. “The supplier partners of ConnectDental represent the vanguard of the digital dental era. All of us at Henry Schein are proud to represent their products in the marketplace and to demonstrate their significant benefits to our customers.”

Reinforcing that the first step into digital dentistry is through ConnectDental, the Henry Schein ConnectDental Pavilion is located just steps away from the Crystal Palace entrance to the Javits Centre on the main floor outside the Exhibit Hall. More than 53,000 people are expected to attend the meeting.

“As the largest dental meeting in the US, the GNYDM is the ideal location to unveil this exciting new Pavilion,” said Dr. Robert Gottlander, Vice President, Global Prosthetic Solutions for Henry Schein, Inc. “The Pavilion is a wonderful educational engagement environment for digital dentistry and a great gateway into the larger world of Henry Schein’s offering, represented in our main booth in the Exhibit Hall. It is a must-see for practitioners interested in the significant benefits that digital dentistry can provide to their patients.”