New Dental Products — April 3-7, 2023


Don't miss the details on any of the newest dental products with the rundown of all the new products announced between April 3-7, 2023.

Check out the details of all the new dental products announced between April 3 and April 7, 2023.

April 6, 2023

TruPrint 1000 3D Printer from TRUMPF

[ 3D Printer ]

TruPrint 1000 3D Printer from TRUMPF

TruPrint 1000

TRUMPF’s new TruPrint 1000 3D printer features a compact design well suited for dental labs, and is also described as a fast machine capable of high quality dental prosthesis production. Especially in the preform version, the TruPrint 1000 is said to be far superior to the production of metallic dentures using conventional methods. A preform is a standardized, conventionally manufactured substructure onto which the 3D printer prints an individual mold made of a chrome-cobalt alloy or titanium. This creates abutments, for example, which later support the dental crowns. At just around 80 centimeters wide, the machine takes up very little space, making it easy to deliver and set up through the door. Users can also have several units producing side by side in parallel in small laboratories and speed up their production even further. The construction plates on which the dental prosthesis is created change automatically up to 4 times. This makes it possible to produce metal dentures overnight.



April 6, 2023

The Ori Intraoral Scanner from Ori Dental

Ori Intraoral Scanner  | Image Credit: Ori Dental

Ori Intraoral Scanner

[ Intraoral Scanner ]

Ori Intraoral Scanner

Ori Dental has released its new Ori Intraoral Scanner, which has a variety of different features to appeal to dental professionals looking to expand their scanning capabilities at an affordable rate. It is said to guarantee higher accuracy, differentiating between soft and hard tissue, and is said to be the only dental scanner made in the United States. With its aerospace-grade aluminum make, it touts high strength and longevity. With an open software system, dental professionals can send their scans to their preferred lab, done in a short amount of time with its less than 5-minute scan time. Finally, the scanner has no operating fee, allowing clinicians to eliminate the concern over adding monthly fees. The foundation of the scanner and mission behind it is to focus on a portable, affordable intraoral scanner for service dentistry.

Ori Dental

April 7, 2023

Clinical Notes from Bola Technologies, Inc

[Practice Management Solution]

Clinical Notes from Bola Technologies, Inc

Clinical Notes

Bola Technologies, Inc. is making its artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Clinical Notes solution available to dental practices everywhere. The software is designed to help turn tedious tasks into simple, quick engagements with the use of AI. Bola’s Clinical Notes software can help practices create convenient standardization in workflows; allow staff to spend more time with patients; eliminate the need to take notes between patients; dictate common workflows by working with PMS templates; use standardized templates for insurance documentation; and alleviate work after hours by make not dictation quicker. The software was previously only offered to practices integrated with a Bola-supported practice management solution, but Clinical Notes is now available for use with any practice management software. The software works with or without Bola’s Voice Perio system and is trained on dental vocabulary, improving its AI use over time. It can also be used with any desktop-based EHR.

Bola Technologies, Inc. |

April 7, 2023

NuLoupes from NuEyes

NuLoupes from NuEyes | Image Credit: NuEyes

NuLoupes from NuEyes.

[Augmented Reality Loupes]


These new smart glasses called NuLoupes from NuEyes harness the power of augmented reality (AR) and stereopsis imaging. NuLoupes features high-resolution variable digital magnification and a patent-pending camera system for accurate depth perception. Through this camera system, NuLoupes will offer users live 3D stereoscopic imaging with near-zero latency, according to NuEyes. NuLoupes will also provide clinicians with augmented reality applications that will help them take and dictate operative notes, recognize objects, live stream, and view patient data. These loupes were developed with the assistance of both surgeons and dentists, informing the design to consider both utility and ergonomics. The pivoting camera system is designed to reduce neck strain while the software is said to be an ideal collection of programs for the clinician.


800-605-4033 |

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