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Dental professionals will reportedly benefit from a more efficient workflow across multiple procedures.
Dentsply Sirona today announced the definitive agreement to acquire Cleverdent Limited. Cleverdent Ltd. developed the ClasenUNO®, an innovative fusion of a dental mirror and high volume evacuation (HVE) tip that is said to perfectly complement Dentsply Sirona’s portfolio.
With the addition of Cleverdent Ltd. to Dentsply Sirona, dental professionals will reportedly benefit from a more efficient workflow across multiple procedures.
ClasenUNO is designed to create efficiency for clinicians performing two-handed dentistry and reduce the need for four-handed procedures by enabling assistants to complete other tasks. The benefit of indirect vision and illumination through the mirror combined with high volume evacuation (HVE) can reportedly be used across multiple wet and dry procedures with preventive and restorative applications, including ultrasonic scaling and air polishing procedures.
“This product provides our customers with innovative technology and enhances Dentsply Sirona’s dental procedures to support more efficient clinical outcomes”, says Mark Trimmer, interim group vice president, global preventives.
Stephan Clasen, Cleverdent Ltd. owner and dentist, developed and patented ClasenUNO in collaboration with a team of technical, design and materials specialists. Since 1999, Clasen has been running his own dental practice in MuÌnster, Germany, with his main focus on endodontics, periodontics, function diagnostics and holistic dental medicine. ClasenUNO, a pioneering fusion of dental mirror and high volume evacuation (HVE) tip, was first introduced at the 2015 International Dental Show and successfully launched in the German, Holland and Italian markets. It has since expanded into France, Portugal, Switzerland and South Africa.
Combining innovation and appealing aesthetics, the device was given the 2016 iF Design Award in the Medicine/Healthcare category. For more than 60 years, the iF Design Award has been recognized around the world as a trademark for design excellence. More than 5,000 entrants from 53 countries applied for the esteemed seal of quality.