Materials and Equipment

Surgeon-focused, patient-driven Exactech Dental launches 0.5cc Optecure and Optecure+ccc

Exactech Dental has expanded the Optecure® product line to include a dry-engineered allograft in .5cc sizes. Optecure Dental is an engineered bone graft for reconstruction and augmentation of deficient maxillary and mandibular alveolar ridges and dental intraosseous defects. Its room temperature convenience facilitates rapid mixing with normal saline, water for injection, whole blood, or autogenous bone graft (ABG). With cortical cancellous bone chips, Optecure+ccc also provides a 3D matrix for osteoconductivity. The convenience, constituents, and robust handling properties make Optecure the optimal cure for clinicians’ concerns about bone graft performance.

For more information, visit www.exac.com/dental, or call 866-284-9690. ZEST Anchors introduces a healing cap for the popular LOCATOR® Overdenture Implant (LODI) System.

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ZEST Anchors has expanded the popular LODI System by offering a healing cap for delayed loading protocols.

Patients’ unique and individual needs are at the core of new product development for ZEST Anchors. With the introduction of the healing cap for the LODI System, clinicians can now offer a variety of treatment protocols for delayed or immediate loading in all bone types. The new LODI healing cap, a smooth, non-engaging cap, is available for 2.4 mm and 2.9 mm diameter LODI Implants in 3 mm and 4 mm cuff heights and is ideal during healing.

The LODI System offers clinicians a trusted treatment alternative for their edentulous patients’ unique scenarios, which consist of anatomical limitations, the unwillingness or inability to endure an invasive bone grafting procedure, or financial limitations. The LODI System, incorporating narrow diameter implants with a detachable LOCATOR Attachment, is an ideal solution for these patients.

For more information, visit https://www.zestanchors.com/.

Planmeca rolls out Cloud Service product

Dental equipment manufacturer Planmeca Oy developed Planmeca Romexis® software as an open architecture platform, making it compatible with most software operating systems and dental equipment. Now, Planmeca has taken this technology to a new level with Planmeca Romexis® Cloud Service, which works with Planmeca Romexis software so dentists can access and share diagnostic images from any imaging unit. Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service lets dental professionals communicate with colleagues and transfer images and key case information securely, quickly, and seamlessly. This brings new possibilities to the dental practice, such as providing access to specialists from remote general practitioners, giving rural dentists the same referral base as any dentist in a large metropolitan area.

Other features of the Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service include:

  • All treatment plan elements are automatically added, including annotations and measurements.
  • Virtual patient cases include 2D X-ray images and photos, CBCT volumes, and 3D photos.
  • Images and reports are easily shared with patients.

For more information, visit https://www.planmecausa.com.

Sunstar introduces GUIDOR® easy-graft® Alloplastic Bone Grafting System

Sunstar Americas announces a new extension to its guided bone regeneration portfolio with the introduction of GUIDOR® easy-graft® CLASSIC Alloplastic Bone Grafting System. Designed with technology that enables the material to be syringed directly into a bone defect, GUIDOR easy-graft is the first bone grafting material that hardens into a stable, porous scaffold in minutes and may reduce the need for a dental membrane.1 Cleared for a wide range of indications, GUIDOR easy-graft is a fully resorbable bone grafting material ideally suited for socket preservation after tooth extraction and implant packing.

The easy handling of GUIDOR easy-graft originates from its unique combination of materials. Comprised of coated synthetic granules in a syringe and a liquid activator, the material hardens into a stable, porous scaffold in minutes when in contact with fluids such as blood. This brief delay allows practitioners time to pack and shape the material to the contours of the defect before hardening occurs.

For more information, visit www.GUIDOR.com, or call Sunstar at 1-877-484-3671.

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