Introduction expands digital dentistry capabilities and options available through Henry Schein’s ConnectDental® offering
Melville, NY, USA – Henry Schein, Inc. announced that it will offer BruxZir® NOW milling blocks, which enable practitioners to offer patients high-strength, authentic BruxZir Solid Zirconia restorations in one visit.
BruxZir NOW milling blocks produce restorations that can be designed and fabricated in-office and are available in 14 shades that correspond to the VITA® Classical shade system. According to Prismatik Dentalcraft, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Glidewell Laboratories, finished BruxZir NOW crowns feature flexural strengths of greater than 800 MPa.
“BruxZir NOW is the first and only fully sintered chair-side zirconia, and an excellent material choice for dentists who want to offer one-visit BruxZir crowns to their patients. Henry Schein continues to be an excellent partner, and we are thrilled to have them represent our CAD/CAM portfolio of products,” said David Casper, President of Prismatik Dentalcraft, Inc., the device and materials division of Glidewell Laboratories.
BruxZir NOW, combined with the TS150™ Chair-Side Milling Solution from IOS Technologies, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Glidewell Laboratories, also offered through Henry Schein, provides practitioners with the ability to deliver in-office one-visit crown services to their patients. Henry Schein also offers the BruxZir NOW blocks to dental laboratories to provide technicians with a Zirconia restoration that requires less processing time.
“Henry Schein ConnectDental® digital dentistry solutions are all about customer choice and enhanced patient care,” said Dr. Robert Gottlander, Chief Marketing Officer, Henry Schein Global Dental Group. “BruxZir NOW provides practitioners with an opportunity to treat a patient population increasingly pressed for time with quality zirconia restorations in one visit.”
Henry Schein showcased the BruxZir NOW milling blocks at the Henry Schein ConnectDental Pavilion during the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting held from February 25 to 27.