Dentsply and Sirona joined forces in 2016, to become the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental solutions. Our trusted brands have empowered dental professionals, in both practices and laboratories, to provide better, safer, and faster care in all dental disciplines for over 100 years. Now, working together under one brand globally, we are dedicated to continuing this journey for many years to come.
Together we have unmatched scale and resources and are committed to using them to continue driving innovation and helping dental professionals achieve more than ever before.
Digital technology has changed the landscape of every industry, altering manual tasks and independent processes into integrated, streamlined workflows. Dentistry is no longer on the sidelines of this revolution, but adopting technical advances in imaging, manufacturing, and software integration to redefine the possibilities of dental procedures.
Dental offices can now incorporate computer-assisted technology on many levels, from digital archives and patient education to cutting-edge optical impression systems and same-day restoration treatments. Big or small, fully integrated, or just starting out, dental practices can elevate services and care in ways never imagined decades ago.
Dentsply Sirona consistently reinvents what is possible in digital dentistry, pioneering new technologies that elevate products and unlock the potential of dental practitioners around the world. How will your office take advantage of this digital revolution?
Digital Dentistry refers to technology or devices that use digital, computer-based components instead of mechanical or electrical methods. The goal of digital dentistry is to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of a dental procedure while producing predictable clinical outcomes. Advances often improve patient comfort, safety, and overall satisfaction. As more practitioners begin to adopt digital technology, innovations in tools, materials, and educational services also increase to support the shift in methods.
The main areas of digital dentistry extend from diagnosis and procedures all the way to virtual networks and training. Different levels of digital integration allow for easier adoption of new technology, as case studies and returns on investment become more clearly defined. As digital dentistry continues to shape the future of the industry, significant advances have been made in several key areas.
Dental Software & Software Integration
An important component in digital dentistry is the behind-the-scenes framework connecting the various systems within a dental practice. Integration takes separate pieces of digital equipment and connects their technology to enhance overall performance and efficiency.
This integration can begin with information management, allowing for better patient scheduling and dynamic patient education directly in the operatory. Easier workflows and improved visual communication directly impact the patient experience, which in turn can increase patient acceptance and retention.
Integration can also improve communication between a dental practice and its preferred partners and specialists. Secure and instant sharing of files enables virtual consultations while the patient is still in the room and quick order submission with laboratories. Digital solutions can extend to custom surgical guides and patient-specific products that expand service offerings without demanding an increase in inventory.
Dentsply Sirona dental software includes:
Digital Impressions & Imaging Systems
Intraoral Scanners have raised the bar for accuracy and speed in obtaining 3D impressions. For many practices, this is the starting point for incorporating digital dentistry into an established workflow. From orthodontics to implants, today’s intraoral scanners and digital sensors offer high-precision results and intelligent processing to quickly assess potential treatment options.
CAD/CAM Dentistry & CEREC
Another trending area of digital dentistry is the expanded technology behind CEREC, a method for creating chairside digital restorations. Using computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), a dentist can plan, manufacture, and implant restoration in one visit. This technology is more than 30 years old, but recent advances make the process applicable far beyond single restorations.
CEREC solutions now improve the workflow of restorations, implants, and orthodontics. Integrated technology connects fast and accurate 3D impressions, patient-specific design proposals, and chairside manufacturing technology to produce cost-effective, high-quality digital solutions in just one visit.
Dental chairs are an essential part of dentistry, but recently they have also become a key player in the workflow and efficiency of the operatory. Dental chairs can use smart technology to maintain your patient’s optimum position, automatically accommodating height variations and protecting the clinician’s ideal working posture.
A dental chair can impact freedom of movement, instrument placement, and patient visibility. Dental operatory packages include chair-mounted lights, an intuitive interface, and integrated instruments, producing a clean, uncluttered impression of quality and comfort.
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