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Product Bites – September 29, 2023

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This week's Product Bites podcast features the new ProMate EZ-Q from Pac-Dent, Dynamic Duo from Buffalo Dental Manufacturing, ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH OP 3D LX from DEXIS, and NeoScan 2000 from the Neoss Group. [4 Minutes]

 Product Bites – September 29, 2023

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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 are long 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, including ProMate EZ-Q from Pac-Dent, the Dynamic Duo from Buffalo Dental Manufacturing, the ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH OP 3D LX from DEXIS, and the NeoScan 2000 from the Neoss Group. So let's jump right into the details on these new innovations.

The ProMate EZ-Q hygiene handpiece from Pac-Dent is designed to enhance procedural efficiency and precision for dental hygienists. This advanced handpiece introduces a quick disconnect mechanism promising a seamless patient flow and simplification of sterilization procedures. Operating it up to 3000 revolutions per minute, the ProMate EZ-Q incorporates an innovative swivel head design, providing clinicians with a 360-degree range of motion for superior control. The handpiece also features a universal prophy angle connection, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of disposable prophy angle styles from a wide range of manufacturers. It's lube free motor reduces maintenance demand and contributes to the handpieces durability. It's crafted with a stainless steel exterior, so the ProMate EZ-Q is able to withstand autoclaving, which adds to its convenience and durability. c

Calling them the Dynamic Duo, Buffalo Dental Manufacturing is now bundling its V35 Electric Handpiece and the ThermoKnife to enhance dental laboratory workflows. This bundle is engineered to save time and money while optimizing bench space, particularly when detailing aligners. The handpiece offers speeds ranging from 14,000 to 35,000 rotations per minute, allowing for precise speed selection for various cutting needs. The high torque motor ensures smooth operation and robust performance reducing operator fatigue. The ThermoKnife is fast heating and the temperature control is fully adjustable for precise cutting action. A switch allows the use of two different thermal pens with ergonomic design and sharp permanent tips.

DEXIS recently introduced the ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH OP 3D LX, it's the latest generation of its OP 3D series of cone beam imaging solutions. This advanced extraoral imaging system offers an expanded field of view of up to 15 by 20 centimeters. It seamlessly integrates with artificial intelligence-powered DTX Studio Clinic software, providing powerful tools for enhanced diagnosis and treatment planning. The improved patient positioning system and the Embedded Noise Reduction Technology ensure clean, crisp, artifact-free images. Additionally, the cloud connectivity of the OP 3D LX enables remote access, simplifying installation, maintenance and enhancing practice efficiency.

Finally, the Neoss Group recently unveiled the NeoScan 2000. Its latest version of an intraoral scanner is wireless, and it builds upon the success of its predecessor, the NeoScan 1000. The new scanner's wireless technology enhances mobility and makes it easier and more efficient to scan, even in challenging areas. The wireless connectivity works over long ranges and provides smooth data transfer. Scans can be stored in Neoss' free cloud solution for easier data management.

That's our quick look at these four new innovations for this week. As always, you can find the latest information on new dental products at dentalproductsreport.com/newdentalproducts. For Product Bites and Dental Products Report, I'm Noah Levine. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week on the next episode of Product Bites.

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