And also equipped with panoramic X-ray room, Sterilization room that meets the international standards
With the reinvention of 3D printing across industries its overarching goal, Formlabs has created the Form 2 SLA 3D Printer. Its precise 3D prints can help in the production of dental models accurate enough for use in dentistry.
What’s more, Formlabs promises scalability, affordability and reliability. The Form 2 is able to produce models that are as precise as those by large-format dental 3D printers, but at a much lower cost. In addition to orthodontic and diagnostic models, the printer can be used for applications such as surgical guides and crown and bridge model
Orascoptic, which provides visualization products for dental and other medical professionals, has launched a new product called OmniOptic. The loupe allows clinicians to select the best level of magnification for a procedure.
OmniOptic supports four magnification powers from 2.5 times to 5.5 times within the same loupe system. This means not having to switch to or purchase a new system for higher magnification, making it a cost-effective and convenient choice for dental professionals.
Another innovative product from Orascoptic is their cordless headlight, Spark. It can be used with any eyewear frame or loupe and is comfortable due to its design which evenly distributes weight to reduce pressure on the user’s nose. At only 31.8 grams, it is also lightweight, adding to its comfort level.
Spark provides improved visibility through a precise spot light which, through the use of constant current technology, will not diminish as long as the battery is charged.