Dentsply Sirona and Google Cloud will collaborate to enhance digital dental workflows as well as showcase a new 3D printer from Dentsply Sirona.
Dentsply Sirona has announced a collaboration with Google Cloud and a separate new 3D printing solution called Primeprint. Dentsply Sirona CEO Don Casey and Google’s SVP Engineering Urs Hoelzle will share more details on this collaboration on March 4th, 2022.
This collaboration has been designed with dentists and dental labs in mind, according to a press release from Dentpsly Sirona. It will be guided by 6 key principles: enabling high-value dental care through digital products and solutions, next-generation digital workflows, easy access to data, 3D visualization of dental imagery, data protection and security standards, and an innovative environment for software, data integrity, and storage.
Both companies wish to strengthen a digital approach through new devices and artificial intelligence solutions, according to Casey.
“Dentsply Sirona has always been a pioneer in digital dentistry. Whether it was virtually inventing dental imaging, creating intraoral scanning or creating single visit dentistry, Dentsply Sirona has led the way. Starting with the announcements today, Dentsply Sirona will again look to transform dentistry with new devices and AI-supported solutions and services. Today, we embark into a new digital universe created by Dentsply Sirona and powered by Google Cloud. We are announcing the first steps in this transformation and the launch of Dentsply Sirona Primeprint,” Casey said in the press release. “Together with Google Cloud, we will make it easier for dentists to evolve their digital practice or make the first move into digital dentistry. Additionally, with Primeprint, we are building upon our integrated end-to-end workflow offerings for dental practices and labs.”
Dentpsly Sirona also plans on launching the medical-grade 3D printing system Primeprint, designed for labs and practices. It is a hardware and software solution designed and optimized for dental applications. Primeprint uses biocompatible materials and meets standard regulatory requirements.