Wednesday, March 22, 2017
The award-winning Sidexis 4 image processing software from Dentsply Sirona Imaging is ready for the IDS. With numerous new features, its capabilities are enhanced: upgraded ease of use, even more shortened practice procedures, and increased flexibility. All of this means significant improvements, in particular for intraoral X-rays and when communicating with patients.
Bensheim/Salzburg, March 22, 2017. The 4.2 version for the IDS is an update for the Sidexis 4 imaging software that primarily makes intraoral X-rays more convenient. Additional functions make the procedure even easier and faster, and also contribute to better communication with the patient. It begins with the X-ray imaging itself. With the "Exposure Advisor" feature, the software helps by directly assessing the illumination of the images and adjusting the parameters for future imaging if necessary. For this, a graphical LED strip displays whether the image is underexposed or overexposed. The dentist or assistant can thus check the quality of the image during imaging process. When the image has been created, the improved operating system ensures that even serial intraoral images can be interpreted reliably and quickly with the Xios XG Sensor – without needing to open a large number of windows or different menus. The dynamic sharpness control with settings that can be selected individually for up to five different diagnoses is also integrated seamlessly into Sidexis 4. For imaging carious lesions, these sharpness and contrast settings help in identifying the smallest defects. Brightness and darkness settings emphasize the anatomic structures more clearly and make the dentin-enamel junction easier to identify. This makes the handling and processing of single and serial intraoral images simpler and more versatile – even in retrospect.
Everything users need at a glance
"It is very important for us that users are able to find their way around the software quickly and that all of functions that support the corresponding workflow are directly available to users and optimized accordingly," said Dr. Nadia Amor, Senior Product Manager Imaging Systems at Dentsply Sirona. "We have developed new features and integrated the existing functions even better in order to further simplify operation."
In this way, images from any source can be imported more easily and the sessions can be saved and called up more conveniently as a summary of the current work results. In the patient history timeline, you can now filter by type of image and this means significant time saved when combined with the timeline.
There is also "Getting to know Sidexis 4," an integrated document for a quick overview that displays the software highlights clearly with many images, in particular for functions that are not immediately obvious but that provide real utility.
More options – also in 3D
Another important new feature is the expansion of the open interfaces that Sidexis 4 provides. The software can be integrated optimally into the practice and now also enables the import of 3D DICOM data from third-party suppliers. Such data can be used within the software in a variety of ways. Images the dentist selects from various sources can be displayed clearly in the light box. The new rendering makes all 3D images particularly vivid and offers ideal orientation for dentists and their patients. The "Compare" feature allows images to be displayed next to each other and synchronized for comparison – this is especially useful for treatment planning, monitoring results, and communicating with patients.
Intelligent networking of X-ray systems
The high-performance and user-friendly Sidexis 4 software connects all Dentsply Sirona X-ray units and treatment centers and combines them to provide an intelligently linked complete solution. Sidexis 4 can exchange patient data and images with all commonly used practice management software. Furthermore, X-ray data can be easily electronically transferred – at no great expense and with no loss of quality due to copying.
Dentsply Sirona at IDS:
Hall 10.2 Booth O-010 and Hall 11.2 Booth M-039, M-029
ABOUT DENTSPLY SIRONA
Dentsply Sirona is the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies, with a 130-year history of innovation and service to the dental industry and patients worldwide. Dentsply Sirona develops, manufactures, and markets a comprehensive solutions offering including dental and oral health products as well as other consumable medical devices under a strong portfolio of world class brands. As The Dental Solutions Company, Dentsply Sirona’s products provide innovative, high-quality and effective solutions to advance patient care and deliver better, safer and faster dentistry. Dentsply Sirona’s global headquarters is located in York, Pennsylvania, and the international headquarters is based in Salzburg, Austria. The company’s shares are listed in the United States on NASDAQ under the symbol XRAY. Visitwww.dentsplysirona.com for more information about Dentsply Sirona and its products.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
One year after the merger, at the IDS 2017, Dentsply Sirona will be presenting itself as a full-range provider of integrated solutions for better, safer, faster dental health care. General practitioners, specialists and their patients all benefit from efficient workflows.
Digital, flexible and open – CEREC, a complete system for restorations, implantology and orthodontics
With CEREC, Dentsply Sirona provides a comprehensive and proven digital system that can be used in a variety of ways: For delivering restorations in a single visit, guided placement and restoration of implants and also for orthodontic solutions. In order to make it even more flexible, the data from the digital impression can now be exported in STL format and used for additional applications.
Dentsply Sirona, The Dental Solutions Company, today announced a definitive agreement to acquire all of the outstanding shares of RTD (Recherche Techniques Dentaires), a privately owned French company and the worldwide leader in endodontic posts which perfectly complements Dentsply Sirona’s endodontics and restorative portfolio.
With the comprehensive Dentsply Sirona Implants solutions portfolio, dental professionals can rest assured that they have the support they need for the full implant treatment process to restore function, esthetics and confidence to their patients.
DFAB is a 3-D printer developed for general dentists and prosthodontists with the purpose of increasing the efficiency and reducing the number of procedures for the production of dental prostheses. It produces up to five-element bridges in less than 20 minutes. The innovation behind this is the Photoshade technology, a system that helps reproduce the shades of the patient’s teeth, giving the prosthesis a natural appearance.
Starting from an STL file, produced after an intra-oral scan, the user selects the shades of the restoration using the software. The colours can be selected from a range between A1 and A3.5 on the VITA scale (VITA Zahnfabrik); as a result, the finished product obtained is customized.
DFAB is an integrated system with disposable cartridges containing TEMPORIS, a Class IIa biocompatible material. Recent studies and tests on this material have shown mechanical strength values that are comparable to a well-established restorative resin material made of hybrid composite. The cartridges are ready to use and were developed to maintain the workplace hygiene, avoiding the risk of accidental contamination. The printer does not produce any noise or dust and does not require tooling.
DFAB has a minimal design that adds value to the dental clinic. It is available in desktop and chairside versions with a 7 in. touch-screen computer.
More information can be found at www.dwssystems.com/dfab. Visitors to IDS may also visit the company’s booth (A069) in Hall 4.1.
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Monday, March 20, 2017
Natural Dental Implants AG Announces 3D Printed REPLICATE® Tooth at International Dental Show in Cologne
I have 3 lectures at this years Hinman Dental Meeting
Friday morning- Whats New In High Tech Dentistry
Friday Afternoon- 5 Hot Technologies For Your Practice In 2017
Saturday Morning- Apps, App's and More App's
Hope to see you there!