The weekly new products podcast from Dental Products Report is back. With a quick look at all of the newest dental product launches, Product Bites makes sure you don't miss the next innovation for your practice. This week's Product Bites podcast features new launches from Amann Girrbach, DMG, Pac-Dent, and ASI Dental Specialties. [4 Minutes]
Welcome to Product Bites, a weekly podcast from Dental Products Report, providing you with a rundown of recently launched and updated dental technologies, materials, instruments and everything else you might use with patients or while running your practice.
I'm your host for this week, DPR editorial director Noah Levine, and on this week's podcast, we've got new products from Amann Girrbach, DMG, Pac-Dent, and ASI. So let's jump right in and learn about these newly launched dental innovations.
First up, Amann Birrbach is set to release it Ceramill Map FX lab scanner in mid-December. This new addition to the company's CAD/CAM system is designed to provide precision and versatility to dental professionals while significantly enhancing digital workflows. The modular design of Ceramill Map FX allows users to expand and upgrade ensuring long-term usability and customizability for different dental labs. With high precision short scanning times and connectivity to all major dental CAD/CAM platforms, Ceramill Map FX has something to offer almost any digital workflow.
DMG is set to unveil its latest innovation, the Ecosite Elements nanohybrid universal composite system at the Greater New York Dental Meeting November 26 through 29th. However, the new material is already available for purchase from the company. This new material is said to offer superior esthetics for dental composite restorations. Ecocite Elements offers a concise range of shades, which helps minimize storage requirements and ensures cost savings. The material features NC1 Technology which provides a precise silanization of ultrafine filler elements which creates a homogenous distribution within the material. This allows Ecosite Elements to deliver optimal working characteristics and exceptional polishability.
Described as a next-generation zirconia-infused nanohybrid resin, Rodin Sculpture 2.0 3D printing resin from Pac-Dent features over 60% ceramic filler content and offers a biaxial flexural strength of more than 200 Megapascals, allowing the material to set new benchmarks in wear and fracture resistance. Available in 16 Vita classic shades and 2 bleach shades, the new Sculpture 2.0 material can be used for permanent restorations, and it meets the requirements to be coded as a ceramic restoration for insurance purposes. It can be paired with acrylic-based, light-curable stain and glaze systems to create highly esthetic, long-lasting 3D printed restorations.
Engineered for printing full arch restorations and provisional hybrid dentures Rodin Titan ceramic nanohybrid resin from Pac-Dent is based on the core composition of the original Rodin Sculpture, but features increased flexibility for enhanced impact strength. It is designed to facilitate a swift production process and is available in 6 Vita shades including A1, A2, and A3.
Finally, the Glider integrated dental surgical table from ASI Dental Specialties is designed to be positioned over patient chairs. It includes a floating shelf for additional instruments and can be integrated with surgical motors and other equipment. The glider aims to be a part of a seamless surgical experience, and it can eliminate the need for multiple carts and stands by ensuring quick access to the instruments needed during procedures.
That does it for this week's Product Bites from Dental Products Report. Check back next Friday for the next episode of Product Bites. And in the meantime, stay up to speed with the newest dental innovations at dentalproductsreport.com/newdentalproducts.
I'm your host Noah Levine saying thanks for listening, and we'll see you next time on Product Bites.