Innovative features that will radically change dentistry are for instance data in the Cloud, remote online technical support, intraoral scan and integration, 3D printing and modelling, etc.
Still today many dentists are used to make imprints to send off to a laboratory for them to do the milling. Now – and in the future – it may become more common to use the latest 3D technology to print your own aligners, provisional implants or even full dental prosthesis.
At center stage for the event was the XO FLOW unit. Certainly customers eagerly wanted to touch and feel and get a better understanding of all innovative, digital features built into the unit.
Especially the digital workflow solutions and the ability to use remote desktop software integration took visitors by surprise. Many were excited about the ability to access patient files via the cloud. Or the ability to directly the internet and choose a Netflix film to be shown right there at the screen above the patient.
Made-in-Denmark is also a design-feature that caught attention. Not least by Thomas Strange, Henry Schein Head of Technical Service in East Germany. He himself is made-in-Denmark, being brought up by a Danish mother, but long term German resident. ”I am eager to get to know the new XO FLOW unit better. Certainly all features resonate well with all demands in the market”, says the Dane.
And for those of you who missed the event, you are invited to stop by our XO Deutschland showroom in Berlin Mitte. Visit our German website xo-care.de and feel free to reach out to email@example.com to book an appointment.