Carestream Dental has introduced CS Solutions for Implants, a digital integrated implant solution to support more confident diagnoses, improved treatment planning, better patient/referral communication and greater confidence when placing implants.
Though he retired from his practice in St. Louis, Mo., in 2013, Jerry Albrecht, D.D.S., still uses his skill and cutting-edge RVG intraoral sensor to bring smiles to the faces of people around the world.
Hands-on Continuing Education (CE) courses are the key to ensuring doctors are using the safest and most advanced imaging techniques. In order to support these vital CE courses, Carestream Dental has donated two RVG sensors to the Mountain West Dental Institute (MWDI).
In a recent study, the CS 3500 intraoral scanner was found to be scientifically superior to several manufacturers’ scanners in the areas of general trueness and precision.
As of September 2016, more than 10,000 CS 8100 Family systems had been sold, enhancing the workflow of thousands of doctors and improving the oral health of even more patients around the world.
Calling all OMS professionals: The Global Oral Health Summit is featuring a specialty track curated specifically for oral and maxillofacial surgeons and their staff. We sat down with Carestream Dental’s director of oral and maxillofacial surgery, Gary Salman, for a sneak peek at these not-to-be missed courses.
The CS 3600 intraoral scanner was recently evaluated by Clinicians Report and found to be Excellent or Good-Excellent in all four categories tested. Clinician’s Report evaluates new dental products to help doctors make smart purchasing decisions.
In just the few short months since its launch, the CS 3600 intraoral scanner has wowed users. In fact, readers of Dentistry Today have designated the scanner as a Top 100 Product of 2016. Technology receiving this honor is selected based on reader response and interest throughout the year.
The CS 3600 intraoral scanner has been developed using current standards for examinations of the American Board of Orthodontics.
Cloud technology offers Dr. McKeta peace of mind—even during harrowing weather and office relocations.