Vatech America Inks Dealer Partnership Deal With EdgeDent

Vatech America, supplier of dental digital radiography equipment, software and service announced its most recent partnership with EdgeDent, a provider of world class dental equipment, office design, and client support services.
This newest partnership will allow Vatech America the opportunity to work closely with a new innovative industry partner to help ensure a satisfying client experience.

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Vatech America Signs Dealership Agreement with Burkhart Dental Supply

Vatech America, Inc., a leading developer of digital dental radiography & Cone Beam CT equipment, software, and client support services, has recently signed a dealership agreement with Burkhart Dental Supply, one of the industry’s top dental product distributors.

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SimPlant launches Immediate Smile® model for top-notch backward planning.

When dealing with edentulous patients, it is paramount to start at the end-point by ruling out any anatomical, functional and esthetical surprises during implant surgery. SimPlant® reveals all details about a patient’s bone and soft tissue – crucial information when engaging in restorative-driven planning. Thanks to SimPlant® and the Immediate Smile® model, an accurate restoration can be made well in advance – seeing patients leave surgery with a carefully prepared new smile is the fruitful result of thinking and acting ahead.

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Materialise Dental and Zimmer Dental establish partnership

Materialise Dental announced last Friday that it has established a partnership with Zimmer Dental. As a result of this partnership, a jointly developed and integrated guided implant surgery solution is now available on the market.

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Osteogenics Biomedical introduces enCore™, the first particulate combination allograft

Osteogenics Biomedical, a leader in the development of innovative dental bone grafting products, introduces enCore™ Combination Allograft, the first particulate grafting product combining mineralized and demineralized bone in a single bottle.
By combining these two distinctly different allografts, the surgeon is able to employ the complementary benefits of space-maintaining mineralized bone with osteoinductive demineralized matrix to optimize the environment for the regeneration of vital bone.

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IMAGEWORKS APPOINTS INDUSTRY VETERAN AS DIRECTOR OF SALES

ImageWorks, provider of imaging products to the dental, medical and veterinary marketplace, today announced the appointment of Mark Diffenderfer as Director of Dental Sales for its Southeast Region. Diffenderfer, a veteran of the Dental Imaging marketplace, brings a strong track-record of sales growth with Vatech America and Kodak/PracticeWorks selling digital dental imaging products, including ConeBeam CT imaging systems.

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New ConeBeam Hotline

We now have a new number to take all your conebeam inquiries and questions.
The new number to call is 617 202 9726

Announcing: Used CBCT Scanner Section

We are proud to announce the new used scanner section.
Now you can sell your used CBCT scanner through conebeam.com by submitting your information Here
If you are interested in buying a used CBCT scanner, you can apply for one by filling out the form Here

Image is Everything: The Why and How of ConeBeam Imaging

The introduction of radiography in dentistry by Dr. Edmond Kells in 1896 was a milestone in the evolution of the clinical scientific diagnosis of dental disease and pathology. Significant changes did not occur for nearly 100 years until Dr. Frances Mouyen utilized a CCD chip coupled with a scintillator and fiber-optic plate to create digital radiographic images for use in dentistry. This quantum leap from film-based to digitally rendered radiographic images paved the way for another – the introduction of practical, affordable and highly valuable three-dimensional radiographic imaging for everyday dental practice.
A good basic question to start with is “Why 3-D?”

Should you use ConeBeam imaging? Is there any benefit over 2D X-Rays? When to use it? Can you afford it?
In this article you will find the answers for these questions and more.

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