Live WebinarPeriodontitis: A crash course in the context of the new World Workshop Classification, from diagnosis to treatment and maintenance
08 Mar 2021, 06:00 PM Berlin
Jonathan Du Toit MSc (Dent), MChD (OMP), FCD(SA) OMP, PhD
“We are excited to announce the release of exoplan 3.0 Galway and enthusiastic about the new possibilities it presents for guided surgery,” said Tillmann Steinbrecher, exocad CEO. “Exoplan 3.0 Galway will provide dental practices and laboratories with a digital workflow that offers maximum flexibility and builds on exocad’s mission to make CAD design as easy as using an app on a cell phone.”
Exoplan 3.0 Galway is a powerful, open, and efficient software package for virtual implant planning. Customised surgical guides can be designed using the Guide Creator software module and then produced on site—in a laboratory, a dental practice or an external production centre. The software comes with a new, modern user interface, inspired by the Google Material Design system.
With more than 40 new features as well as enhancements to over 60 existing functionalities, the Galway release represents a major expansion of capabilities in guided surgery and improved integration with DentalCAD, exocad’s dental CAD software.
Key highlights of exoplan 3.0 Galway include:
All exocad solutions are based on the same technical platform with an open architecture, ensuring the seamless functionality of the digital workflow: from virtual prosthesis-oriented implant planning with exoplan and designing surgical guides with Guide Creator to planning and producing the implant-supported temporary and final restorations with DentalCAD, exocad’s dental CAD software.
“As the world’s premier OEM supplier of dental CAD software, we provide the symbiosis of prosthetic and implant planning,” said Steinbrecher. “Users can achieve predictable results in a cost- and time-efficient manner, which can ultimately result in increased customer satisfaction.”
Exoplan 3.0 Galway is now available in the EU and other select markets. Exocad names its releases after current EU European Capitals of Culture and selected the Irish city of Galway for the name of this year’s release. Additional information is available here.