Optimized gesture control for touch-free operation of the system while the user is wearing gloves. Visual and audible feedback to allow the user to focus on the patient and not the system’s screen.
Just a few benefits of the Straumann® CARES® Intraoral Scanner by Dental Wings that dentists can view at the Midwinter Meeting in Chicago, February 25-27, Straumann Booth # 2231.
Straumann USA, LLC, of Andover, MA will launch the Straumann® CARES® Intraoral Scanner by Dental Wings, a new digital dentistry solution built on a patented and incredibly compact 3D capture technique called Multiscan™ Imaging.
The Straumann CARES Intraoral Scanner is designed to address the specific need of dental professionals looking for an intuitive digital impression technology. With the overall objective to help the dentist focus on the patient rather than the technology, the Straumann CARES Intraoral Scanner system offers a remarkably small handpiece to ensure patient comfort and excellent clinical access, visual and audible feedback to allow the user to focus on the patient and not the system’s screen, as well as optimized gesture control and voice command allowing for touch-free operation of the system while the user has gloves on.
The Straumann CARES Intraoral Scanner is an integral part of the Dental Wings ecosystem of open digital technologies giving dental professionals the freedom to choose between open architecture and trusted workflows. Straumann CARES offers flexible solutions that enable our customers to transform their prosthetic expertise into great clinical outcomes.
The Straumann CARES Intraoral Scanner will be distributed through Benco Dental and Burkhart Dental, two industry leaders serving more than 40,000 dentists and dental laboratories. Through the combination of these two distributor networks, Straumann will broaden their reach to a larger audience, ensuring that the high quality, clinically proven products that earned them the loyalty of our customers will be easy to access with dedicated, personal attention from purchase to installation, training and servicing of equipment.
To learn more, visit at the Midwinter Meeting in Chicago, February 25-27, 2016, Straumann Booth # 2231.