Sterngold Total Smile will combine its implant solutions, attachment options, and digital solutions to serve smaller and medium-sized practices.
Sterngold Dental has announced its Sterngold Total Smile™ (STS). STS is meant to offer a new range of treatment opportunities for its patients as well as more cost-effectiveness for the practice. To do this, Sterngold has combined its implant solutions with attachment options and its digital solutions, according to President of Sterngold Gordon Craig.
“What we’ve done is combine our multiple implant systems, such as the $99 All-in-1 TRU® and PUR® conventional implants and the MOR® mini-implants, with our immense range of attachment options, and added in our digital solutions,” Craig said in a press release from the company. “The result is a full suite offering composed of 7 customary services plus the ability to provide a custom solution. One of the popular programs utilizing STS is our Dental Lab Partnership initiative, taking off on STS: Implant-to-Crown option.”
The STS workflow is a fully comprehensive system to assist dental professionals in saving costs and patients in saving money. This system was designed during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide a single source with affordability.
Sterngold recommends STS mostly for small to medium sized, independent practices.
“Because we are independent like those in this segment, and manufacture our implants, prosthetics and the majority of the components housed within the STS package, we are able to pass on unrivaled savings to our customers. STS has been developed during the pandemic, recognizing our capabilities and an unfulfilled need among our customers for a single source with affordability as the differential advantage,” Craig said in the press release. “We started by sharing this concept in select industry events and sales consultations with clinicians and dental labs. The overall response was really positive, so we have now rolled it out globally. We would like to let those in this segment know that they now have access to the package.”