On behalf of every attendee who participates in a Straumann product demo at LAB DAY Chicago, the company will make a $10 donation to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund. The fund supports the families and community of the 20 first graders and six adults who were killed by a gunman at the Newtown, CT elementary school in December. "Straumann regularly drives charitable donations at its larger trade shows and, at LAB DAY, we wanted to honor the Sandy Hook tragedy and LMT's hometown," says Valerie Andren, Manager, Marketing Communications. This year's demos focus on the company's new CARES System 8.0 software. To participate, visit Straumann in the Sheraton 1 Ballroom, go to http://straumann.us/labday or call 978-747-2535 for more information.
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Straumann® CARES® System 7.0 is a leading open standard software platform: a major step for digital dentistry.
STRAUMANN's CARES (Computer Aided Restorative Solutions) Digital Solutions includes state-of-the-art guided surgery,...See more intra-oral scanning and CAD/CAM prosthetics. The complete package comes from a single provider, is designed for seamless connectivity to simplify workflows and links dental professionals for interdisciplinary care. The company's digital portfolio offers additional revenue-generating opportunities through in-lab surgical template fabrication and digital impression file integration with CAD design software and Cadent iTero.
Laboratory participants and Straumann employees gather at the company's Laboratory Customer Conference, held in...See more Dallas in October. The program featured two days of strategic business-building activities, best practice sharing, networking and a preview of 2013 product launches. Speakers included Andy Molnar, Straumann's EVP, Head of North America, on Straumann's Vision 2020 which outlined the company's commitment to digital dentistry for the laboratory; Dr. Brody Hildebrand on case presentations and photography tips for documenting cases; Dr. Russell Giordano on material science; and Chris May, CDT, on Straumann's materials and applications at work in the laboratory.
One-on-one interaction is a higher priority than ever before now that the economy has exacerbated the price-cutting phenomenon, according to LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey. To enhance customer relationships, respondents are offering more client education, joining study clubs and finding opportunities just to get more "face time" with their dentists.
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