On Demand Webinar3(D)entistry roadmap: Paradigm shift ahead
Dr. Michael Young
September 30, 2016
PARIS, France: Planmeca is currently presenting its full range of innovations at the 2016 EAO congress—including the powerful Planmeca Romexis software platform. It features all the necessary tools for a fully digital implant workflow, as the software now allows users to design their own implant guides for the first time.
March 04, 2016 | Business
HELSINKI, Finland: Finnish dental manufacturer Planmeca’s ProModel technology has supported the first facial tissue transplant procedure in the history of the Nordic countries. The service, which designs and creates patient-specific surgical guides and skull models from CBCT/CT images, helped surgeons to significantly reduce operating time for the demanding procedure, which was performed at Töölö Hospital in the Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa (HUS).
November 03, 2015 | Business
POZNAŃ, Poland: The Planmeca FIT system for chairside CAD/CAM dentistry provides clinics with a completely digital workflow from start to finish. It seamlessly integrates intra-oral scanning, 3-D designing and on-site milling into one system. Scanning within Planmeca FIT is now faster than ever before, and colour scanning is featured for the first time.
May 05, 2015 | Business
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., USA/HELSINKI, Finland: While the individual risk of oral and maxillofacial imaging is small, radiation dose is a significant public health issue. Therefore, strategies to keep exposures as low as possible, such as the Planmeca Ultra Low Dose protocol, are desirable. Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Helsinki have compared the diagnostic image quality of the company’s pioneering low-dose settings with standard imaging protocols.
March 10, 2015
COLOGNE, Germany: Incomparable visualisation and measurement data of mandibular 3-D movements in real-time are possible with the new Planmeca 4D Jaw Motion system now on display by Finish dental equipment manufacturer Planmeca in hall 11.1 at IDS in Cologne. According to Vice President of the Group, Tuomas Lokki, to whom Dental Tribune International had the opportunity to speak on Tuesday morning, the system is available for the camera feature of Planmeca ProMax 3D Mid and Max X-ray units and requires no additional hardware.
November 28, 2014 | Business
HELSINKI, Finland: The Royal Technology Mission, with His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden as its patron, visited Finnish health care technology manufacturer Planmeca in Helsinki on 27 November. His Majesty, along with 30 other top representatives of Sweden’s government, private sector and academia, learnt about the company’s growth story and innovations.