CEREC Omnicam – most innovative product in dentistry
The CEREC Omnicam was bestowed with the Award for the most innovative product at the recent Clinical Innovations Conference, presented by Mash Seriki CEO of Healthcare Learning; Smile-on.
The Clinical Innovations Conference is now in its 10th year and in keeping with the ethos of the event the awards allow the profession to celebrate the latest innovative products in aesthetic and restorative dentistry. Healthcare Learning: Smile-on invited the dental industry to nominate their products to be judged by a panel of experts.
CEREC Omnicam demonstrates Sirona’s Power of Innovation
CEREC Omnicam generates full colour scans of intraoral surfaces without the need for a powder coating. Operating the camera is simple and intuitive. The imaging functionality and camera dimensions have been ergonomically designed. The smooth operation of CEREC Omnicam is no more complicated than taking a video. Three features of the CEREC Omnicam stand out in particular: it supports video streaming; it digitizes the structures of the jaw in their natural colour; and it does not require a powder coating of the tooth surfaces.
CEREC improves efficiency and patient experience
CEREC is a great practice builder. With a busy lifestyle patients are impressed by the single appointment required for the fabrication of a permanent crown or bridge; the life-like appearance of their new restoration is fantastic with an incredible fit. There is no need to place temporary restorations in the majority of CEREC cases, allowing the restoration to be created and fitted in one appointment. CEREC has significantly improved the quality of treatment for patients, as well as enhancing the efficiency of the dental practice.
Fig. 1: Terry Patuzzo, Sirona Area Sales Manager UK, received the Award for the most innovative product at the recent Clinical Innovations Conference.
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