DPR Friday: September Cover Products

September 7, 2012

Issue 9

New dental products aren't premiering alone in today's episode of DPR Friday. Our award-winning online news broadcast has a new look!

New dental products aren't premiering alone in today's episode of DPR Friday. Our award-winning online news broadcast has a new look!

Today's episode of DPR Friday provides a recap of the new dental products that made it on the cover of this month's Dental Products Report.

DMG America's PermaCem 2.0

Using both chemical and mechanical adhesion, PermaCem 2.0 permanent cement is said to provide an exceptionally strong bond to zirconium restorations. The dual-curing properties of the cement provide a strong bond across all substrates. Formulated for easy clean-up, the optimized viscosity and no-drip formulation provide for fast and easy removal of excess, resulting in less stress and chair-time for the clinician. More >>>

Cefla Dental Group America's Stern Weber S250 Dental Chair

The Italian-designed Stern Weber S250 dental chair and delivery unit is said to integrate details for precision performance and patient comfort. Featuring memory foam upholstery and integrated highspeed handpieces, digital radiography and hygiene solutions, clinicians can choose between continental and international delivery units and customize both doctor and assistant trays. More >>>

Schick33 Intraoral Digital Sensorfrom Sirona Dental Systems

Delivering a reportedly unparalleled combination of high-resolution images, dynamic image management, the Schick 33 intraoral digital sensor and image management system integrates with existing Schick systems. More>>>

Sirona Dental Systems' CEREC Omnicam

The camera marks a significant advancement over the CEREC’s previous image capture devices, providing fast capture of full arches and opposing dentition in full-color 3D video that allows continuous capture of the oral cavity. The unit requires no powder and allows users to differentiate among different materials: natural tooth, soft tissue, amalgam, gold, etc. As the camera moves over the teeth, a photorealistic image is displayed in full color with crisp clarity that marks a major advancement over previous CEREC cameras. More >>>