With LMT’s LAB DAY Chicago right around the corner—February 26 and 27—it’s time to finalize your plans to get the most out of our industry’s biggest, busiest show! Here’s a look at some of the special promotions, raffles and demonstrations available inside the LAB DAY Exhibit Hall.
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- October 2015
DTG celebrates the sharing of knowledge and techniques among its members to enhance everyone’s skills. This philosophy was palpable at the second annual DTG Symposium in August, which included the first ever World Mixed Dental Arts Championship competition.
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- May 2015
It started with a 13-hour trip—including a stop in Munich—but it was worth it to realize my long-time dream of attending the IDS show in Cologne.
Walking into the show, I felt like a little boy entering a carnival for the first time: there were eye-catching booths with glamorous lighting and “side shows” such as magicians. And yes, plenty of free beer at the various exhibit booths.
It was exciting to see machines, materials and vendors that aren’t yet available in the U.S.; I felt like it was a preview of the future of the U.S. laboratory industry. One of the “wows” I saw was the new line up of milling machines from Zirkonzahn and the laser milling technology from Dental Wings. I was also really interested in Pekkton, Cendres+Metaux’s new polymer for hybrid implant bridges, sold in the U.S. by anaxdent.
Although there are no separate lecture rooms at the IDS—just huge exhibit floors in various halls—there were many talents...
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As part of our ongoing State of the Industry 2015 coverage, LMT Editors visited the world’s largest dental show to bring you the scoop on the latest product and process innovations worldwide—including digital dentures, laser milling and more—and what else is coming down the pike for the U.S. market.
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- April 2015
anaxdent North America is now the exclusive U.S. distributor of Cendres + Metaux’s new Pekkton High Performance Polymer (HPP). The next generation of HPP with 80% higher compressive strength than PEEK polymer, Pekkton can be milled and pressed, making it the first HPP that most labs are able to process in house. Technicians can use the Pekkton Ivory pressable system and the Pekkton Ivory CAD/CAM discs to create lightweight, shock-absorbing frames and substructures for ceramic, IPS e.max, acrylic and composite.
“Labs are hungry for good alternatives to metal and zirconia for implant frames, and they loved the versatility of Pekkton. 2015 will be a year of education and training on Pekkton as we help charter labs add this promising material to their product offering,” said Tay Harvey, COO of anaxdent North America.
Call anaxdent North America at 877-897-6598 or visit anaxdentusa.com/pekkton.
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