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November 25, 2020 | News
WASHINGTON, U.S.: Another court case in the drawn-out patent battle between Align Technology and 3Shape has come to a close. A notice of final determination issued by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) found that there was no Section 337 violation and that, while 3Shape had infringed upon certain Align patent claims, those claims were found to be invalid. Furthermore, of the two Align patents that were found to be valid, the ITC determined that neither had been infringed by 3Shape.
October 26, 2020 | News
LEIPZIG, Germany: For the American legal teams of both Align Technology and 3Shape, 19 October was an exceptionally busy day. While Align dropped a patent infringement case against 3Shape in the US District Court for the District of Delaware, it brought forward an almost identical case in the District Court for the Western District of Texas, alleging that 3Shape had infringed upon seven of its patents. The cases are the latest examples of the two dental companies clashing on the intellectual property front, a fight that seems unlikely to abate any time soon.
October 19, 2020 | Advertorial
COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Whereas it was previously impossible to imagine a dental laboratory adopting a fully digital workflow, digital dentistry has already redefined the previously established dental procedures and empowered dental professionals and clinicians to take the leap and immerse themselves in a digital future. The benefits of dental technology can be clearly seen in the introduction of digital dentures—not only has this facilitated denturists’ and dental clinicians’ work by offering more flexibility and efficiency, but it has also improved the patient experience and enabled patients to become more involved in their own care.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark: With its wide-ranging scanner portfolio, 3Shape has always provided dental professionals with the leading technology that promised to drive laboratory productivity and boost business growth. In line with its initial promise, 3Shape is now proud to introduce its newest addition to the family: the Generation Red E scanners. Both the most recent scanner, E4, as well as its predecessors, E3, E2 and E1, boast improved accuracy, speed and other advanced scanning features that help dental professionals optimise time and enhance the digital workflow.
October 07, 2020 | Events
From 19 to 23 October, 3Shape will present Total Tech Week, an online showcase of the latest digital solutions of the company and its leading global partners. Lars Christian Lund, senior vice president of corporate business development and marketing at 3Shape, spoke with Dental Tribune International about the benefits that attendees will gain from taking part in the free online event.
September 15, 2020 | Advertorial
COPENHAGEN, Denmark: The Cellerant “Best of Class” Technology Award is presented annually to companies who are leading the way with innovative technologies that are shaping the future of their respective industries. This year, 3Shape has won the award for its TRIOS 4 intra-oral scanner. It marks the eighth year in a row that 3Shape has earned this accolade.
August 07, 2020 | Advertorial
SEOUL, South Korea/COPENHAGEN, Denmark: On 31 July, Osstem Implant entered into a global partnership agreement with 3Shape, a market-leading company in digital dentistry solutions. With the agreement, Osstem acquired the rights for global distribution of 3Shape’s TRIOS intra-oral scanner and CAD software. The South Korean company announced that it will launch TRIOS sequentially through its subsidiaries in China, India and the US.
July 20, 2020 | News
LEIPZIG, Germany: In recent years, the dental industry’s approach to continuing education (CE) has often been focused on in-person learning opportunities at congresses, symposia and the like. This didactic avenue is, unfortunately, one of many areas of the dental profession to have been drastically affected by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Typical of dentistry’s innovative spirit, many dental companies and institutions have quickly shifted to alternative methods of teaching, and dental professionals have responded with enthusiasm.