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DARMSTADT, Germany: Dental software company exocad recently hosted its first international congress, exocad Insights. With over 550 attendees from more than 40 countries, the event focused on the latest developments within exocad, as well as special software presentations and the possibilities of digital technologies.
“It is overwhelming to see that we are reaching users in every corner of the globe, who are both actively and enthusiastically involved in this growing community. Many of our guests have travelled far to be with us here—that’s something special that we really appreciate,” said exocad CEO Tillmann Steinbrecher.
“What makes our software platform unique is its seamless and flexible integration with a wide variety of 3-D scanners, milling machines and printers from leading manufacturers,” said Maik Gerth, Chief Technology Officer of exocad. “This approach makes our software products future-proof by ensuring access to the latest and most innovative devices from different providers in the open market,” he added.
During the event, which took place on 19 and 20 November, exocad announced, among other things, the introduction of its new exoplan Guide Creator module, a software solution for surgical guide design. It provides dental practices and laboratories with a digital workflow offering maximum flexibility. This new feature is available in selected regions as an add-on module for exoplan, a powerful, open and efficient software package for virtual implant planning, according to exocad.
“As the world’s leading supplier of dental CAD software, we provide the perfect symbiosis of prosthetic and implant planning,” said Steinbrecher. Adding that, "users achieve predictable results in a cost and time-efficient manner, which ultimately results in increased customer satisfaction.”
Additionally, exocad introduced its recently released PartialCAD software for the design of partial dentures. According to the company, with the help of the new exocad ChairsideCAD product for same-day dentistry, PartialCAD is the future regarding collaboration between the laboratory and practice.