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DWS Systems unveils new lab and chairside digital dental solutions

Dental Chairs and laboratory products are designed to quickly generate color-matched restorations.

Stereo lithography leader DWS Systems today announced the establishment of a dedicated dental business unit to transform digital dentistry by providing the latest solutions for this multi-billion dollar market. As part of this groundbreaking initiative, DWS plans to provide laboratory and chairside 3D printing solutions worldwide, enabling the rapid creation of high-precision dental models, restorations and restorations at the push of a button. According to reports, using DWS's new products, dentists and laboratory technicians can make prostheses that match the patient's own tooth color to make it more natural, leading the industry in technology.

The statement was made prior to the Midwinter conference in Chicago on LMT Lab Day and the Chicago Dental Association February 22-24, and DWS plans to showcase its full suite of dental products at each event.

“The establishment of a dedicated dental treatment unit that makes use of the most powerful combination of laboratory and clinic digital dentistry solutions available on the market. This allows DWS to better serve the US dental market and provide global laboratories and clinics. The latest product, said Maurizio Costabeber, founder and general manager of DWS, "We believe that our decades of digital dental experience and advanced materials, button user experience, and accurate, fast printing can successfully meet this multi-billion dollar market. The demand. "

Autonomous laboratory and chairside solutions

DFAB In Chicago, DWS will demonstrate two breakthrough autonomous 3D printers: LFAB, designing dental models, surgical guides and prosthetic dentistry labs, and DFAB, tailored for dentists' offices to provide high precision quickly The color matches the prosthesis. For the use of its revolutionary FAB series printers, DWS has also been developed over time, and the long-term use of a new class of biocompatible materials meets the requirements of European Union Class IIa interventional medical devices. As part of North America's expansion plan, the company also plans to seek FDA approval.

The FAB series printers were allegedly developed for dentists, prosthodontists, and laboratory technicians to increase efficiency and reduce the number of procedures required to produce dentures. It is reported that it can produce up to five elements of precision bridges, ensuring accurate fitting and correct occlusion in less than 20 minutes. According to reports, independent studies and tests on Temporis show that the mechanical strength values ​​can be comparable to those of conventional restorative resin materials.

Natural color dentures

Although patients need prostheses like real teeth, they also want them to look natural and match the color of their teeth. Both LFAB and DFAB 3D printers are designed to provide customizable colored restorations using light-cured composites. In addition, the new DFAB is said to use DWS's revolutionary Photoshade technology to effectively replicate patient-specific color gradients to improve the appearance of the entire prosthesis. This is the first time that the dentist can perform color matching and 3D printing functional patient-specific restorations in their office during the patient's single visit.

Fast, simple and accurate

XCELL In Chicago, DWS also plans to introduce the XCELL 6000PD, which is said to be the first fully automated dental 3D printer ever to offer a full range of dental treatments at the click of a button. Allegedly, high-speed 3D printers improve operational efficiency through its unique cartridge system, allowing dental technicians to easily replace printed materials. According to reports, fully automated automation completely eliminates post-processing tasks associated with cleaning and curing. The XCELL 6000PD is effective for a wide range of dental applications including dental models, temporary restorations, castable crowns and aligners. It can also be used for surgical guides, partial skeletons, implant models for analogs and restorations, such as crowns and bridges.

The company invited interested customers, strategic partners and qualified distributors to visit DWS in Booth No. 4434 at the booth B52 and the Chicago Dental Association's Midwinter Conference on LMT Lab Day in Chicago from February 22nd to 24th. Experience its entire dental equipment portfolio. is one professional dental supplies website which supplies dental equipment in UK with competitive price and high quality.


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