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New Dental Products – February 12 - February 16, 2024


The most recently launched products for dental professionals and patient oral care.

February 13, 2024

DEXIS Digital Ecosystem from DEXIS

DEXIS Digital Ecosystem | Image Credit: © DEXIS

Image Credit: © DEXIS

// Implants Workflow

DEXIS Digital Ecosystem
The DEXIS digital ecosystem provides access to an open imaging platform equipped with cutting-edge diagnostics and treatment planning software, augmented by Assisted Intelligence tailored specifically for implant workflows. Acknowledging the complexities clinicians face in managing data, processes, and patient expectations, the DEXIS digital ecosystem prioritizes simplicity. Designed with user-friendliness in mind, the platform enables clinicians to efficiently organize, analyze, and plan cases while seamlessly collaborating with team members and partners. In late 2023, DEXIS introduced the ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH™ OP 3D™ LX, an advanced CBCT technology that elevates 3D diagnostic capabilities with flexible field of view (FOV) options and reduced scan times, bolstering diagnostic confidence and supporting evolving practices. The company then unveiled an upgraded version of its intraoral scanning software — IS ScanFlow. Guided by AI-powered tools, users can confidently navigate complex scanning situations, ensuring consistent acquisition of accurate data. The new full arch workflow, for instance, facilitates scan data acquisition for full-mouth rehabilitations, offering step-by-step guidance throughout the process. Moreover, DEXIS has enhanced the core platform of its digital ecosystem, DTX Studio™ Clinic — an AI-driven diagnostic and treatment planning software seamlessly integrating with the DEXIS intraoral scanning solution. Serving as the central hub for managing all patient data and files, DTX Studio Clinic facilitates every step of the process, from imaging and diagnostics to treatment planning, manufacturing, and follow-up. Equipped with an array of AI-driven tools, DTX Studio Clinic prioritizes productivity and effective communication. Clinicians retain the flexibility to customize workflows while ensuring visibility for patients, labs, and staff. This is accomplished through a variety of tools and features, including: AI-assisted case setup for chairside diagnostics and treatment planning; dynamic view of images, findings, and treatment plans all on 1 screen; automatic merging of CBCT and intraoral scans; AI-powered tooth number recognition, automated tooth setup, and focus area identification; cross-practice access to all information from any computer; virtual implant library; surgical guide creation to 3D print in-house or for outsourcing; and dynamic surgery with X-Guide. With the DEXIS digital ecosystem, clinicians gain the ability to manage the entire implant process seamlessly, preserving flexibility to adapt workflows based on individual case needs.


New Dental Products – February 12 - February 16, 2024

February 15, 2024

Flexcera Base Ultra+ from Desktop Health

Flexcera Base Ultra+ from Desktop Health. Image credit: © Desktop Health

Flexcera Base Ultra+ from Desktop Health. Image credit: © Desktop Health

// Denture Resin

Flexcera Base Ultra+

Desktop Health has introduced an upgraded version of its renowned Flexcera resin. The newly launched Flexcera Base Ultra+ boasts a 50% increase in strength compared to its predecessor, setting new standards in dental 3D printing technology, per a press release from Desktop Health. Designed specifically for the fabrication of full and partial removable dentures, Flexcera Base Ultra+ goes above and beyond expectations with a 70% greater resistance to deformation compared to ISO standards. This enhanced flexural strength allows for the creation of thinner wall and socket designs, significantly improving resistance to deformation and ensuring long-term durability, precise fit, and enhanced patient comfort. In practical testing, the Einstein Pro XL demonstrated its efficiency by producing 21 Flexcera Base Ultra+ denture arches in just about 90 minutes, per the press release. The system not only expedites the production process but also significantly reduces post-processing time, streamlining the overall workflow for dental professionals.

Desktop Health

866-815-2871 // dental.desktophealth.com

February 15, 2024

Philips Sonicare Teeth Whitening Kits from Philips Oral Healthcare

Philips Sonicare Teeth Whitening Kits from Philips Oral Healthcare | Image Credit: Philips Oral Healthcare

Image Credit: Philips Oral Healthcare

// At-Home Whitening System

Philips Sonicare Teeth Whitening Kits

Available only via dental professionals, the new Philips Sonicare Teeth Whitening Kits feature semi-customizable trays, and safe, effective and easy-to-use whitening solutions. Designed to provide practices with a grab-and-go option without requiring any chairtime for creating custom trays, the kits are available in either 6% or 9.5% hydrogen peroxide solutions. Each kit contains contains instructions to guide patients through forming the trays to their teeth and applying the enamel-safe whitening solution. The kit reportedly provides noticeable results after several days of use with minimal or no sensitivity.

Philips Oral Healthcare



February 16, 2024

Panthera Fusion Bar from Panthera Dental

Panthera Fusion Bar from Panthera Dental. Image credit: © Panthera Dental

Panthera Fusion Bar from Panthera Dental. Image credit: © Panthera Dental

// Fusion Bar

Panthera Fusion Bar

CAD/CAM and dental appliance leader Panthera Dental is set to introduce its latest innovation, the Panthera Fusion Bar (PFB), during the LMT LabDay Chicago 2024. The new product is poised to enhance dental restorations with its unique features and patient-centric approach, according to a press release from Panthera Dental. The PFB is designed with both strength and esthetics in mind, while also being crafted specifically to save time and energy for dental labs and clinicians. One of the key features of the PFB is its comprehensive compatibility list, allowing adaptation to more than 700 different implants. This eliminates the need for Multi-Unit Abutments, streamlining the restoration process and enhancing efficiency. The bar's design includes a rounded angle at the top, a 10° buccal chamfer, and a polished intaglio surface, ensuring an optimal seating position, eliminating pressure points, and providing enhanced hygiene benefits. The low-profile design of the Panthera Fusion Bar eliminates the need to reduce bone, further contributing to the efficiency of the restoration process. Each implant bar is customized for the specific patient, taking into consideration soft tissues, implant position, and the dental setup, per the press release. These bar features also benefit from overlay benefits. This allows in-lab milling of the overlay with the material of choice, whether Zirconia or printed/milled PMMA. Panthera's bar extraction proprietary technology ensures a straight milling line overlay without any undercut, facilitating lab production and bar insertion.

Panthera Dental

418-527-0388 // pantheradental.com

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