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Learn more about Planmeca. In this section, you can find the latest news and press releases from the company.

Planmeca—finding the human connection in Morocco

October 01, 2019 | Advertorial

TANGIER, Morocco: Planmeca devices are a common sight in modern Moroccan dental offices. Since entering the country’s dental market, Planmeca has rapidly grown and become an industry leader in the country. But what makes the company’s products such a success in the region? “It’s the people,” according to Dr Anass Benkirane.

Digital dentistry in Prague, city of a hundred spires

September 18, 2019 | Advertorial

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Put simply, Lukáš Kocman is a busy man. He currently owns and manages two dental clinics in Prague, and is planning to expand to another location. Kocman’s clinics use a wide range of Planmeca equipment—dental units, imaging units and CAD/CAM equipment.

Planmeca Romexis: 800 users, 1.3 million patients, 30 million images

August 30, 2019 | Advertorial

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: Dental care generates enormous amounts of patient data over time. A case in point is the public healthcare district of the Stockholm county council in Sweden, which serves approximately 2.3 million citizens spread across 26 municipalities. It is also the single largest Planmeca Romexis customer, housing a centralised Romexis database with dental images accessed by around 800 simultaneous users across the organisation.

In dentistry, image is everything

August 19, 2019 | Advertorial

HELSINKI, Finland: Three-dimensional dental imaging technology and software continue to make great strides when it comes to improving image quality. However, despite the progress made in the last decade, some challenges remain. So how do you achieve a great image? Planmeca’s Product Development Manager of Imaging Algorithms, Mikko Lilja, says it is a combination of three C’s: contrast, crispness and correcting artefacts.

Digital dentistry has revolutionized dental surgery

July 22, 2019 | Advertorial

HELSINKI, Finland: Dr. Zachary Evans is a periodontist and assistant professor in the Department of Stomatology at the College of Dental Medicine of the Medical University of South Carolina. After starting out by performing dental surgery freehand, he switched to surgical guides and has not looked back. He now uses the Planmeca Romexis 3D Implant Guide software daily and says he could not live without it.

Working with Planmeca solutions

June 28, 2019 | Advertorial

HELSINKI, Finland: A safe and modern clinic is a priority for Dr Zoran Vlahović, who runs a dental practice in Montenegro. In order to achieve this goal, Vlahović has equipped his clinic with Planmeca dental chairs and CBCT units and he involves his patients in treatment planning using Planmeca Romexis. Now, Vlahović plans to expand the services of his clinic to include intra-oral scanning and 3-D printing.

“The future of dentistry will be driven by data”

May 17, 2019 | Advertorial

HELSINKI, Finland: Digital dentistry has been talked about as the future of the industry for nearly two decades, but as digital dental technology gradually shifts from new to normal in the dental clinic, where is dentistry heading next? The answer is likely to be found in one small four-letter word: data.

Interview: “We have some very ambitious goals for the U.S.”

April 19, 2019 | Interviews

With several decades of experience with numerous companies in the dental industry, Ed McDonough already has a great career behind him. Recently, McDonough brought his talents to Planmeca USA, of which he is now president. In this interview, he speaks about his history in the dental industry and what the future looks like for Planmeca.

Planmeca announces partnership with Navigate Surgical Technologies

March 28, 2019 | Advertorial, News

HELSINKI, Finland: Dental manufacturer Planmeca and Navigate Surgical Technologies (NST), a provider of real-time surgical navigation solutions, have announced their cooperation. According to Planmeca, the partnership aims to provide dental implant surgeons with technological innovations that will deliver enhanced patient outcomes through improved accuracy and precision, as well as through simplified digital workflows.

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