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Nobel Biocare and KaVo Kerr unveil DTX Studio™ – a single digital platform for all aspects of dental treatment

In a joint announcement at the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne, Germany, Nobel Biocare and KaVo Kerr will unveil DTX Studio, a single digital platform connecting diagnostics and treatment for dental patients.

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Due to launch in fall 2017, these two leading dental innovators developed DTX Studio to revolutionize connectivity across the entire treatment team. Clinicians, radiologists, operators, assistants, hygienists and dental technicians are all set to benefit from this single software solution. DTX Studio will be accessible from multiple rooms in a dental practice on both Mac® and Windows®

DTX Studio will be a modular solution, meaning users can select the diagnosis, design and treatment planning modules they need depending on their role and experience level.  

An open system, DTX Studio will connect to KaVo imaging devices, but will also allow import of images from any X-ray device, intraoral scanner or desktop scanner. A diagnostics module will offer a clear, clean interface with multiple work spaces to assist with accurate diagnosis. Tooth-position-based navigation will help the user to structure their findings.  

The DTX Studio implant module* will facilitate the visualization of critical information for precise implant planning according to the desired prosthetic outcome. Tools for enhanced collaboration with the dental technician will make it simple for the clinician to offer patients a CAD/CAM provisional restoration on the day of surgery. 

For dental laboratories, the design module combines powerful CAD tools with an intuitive interface. It will enable the quick and easy design of the desired restoration, whether tooth- or implant based. The current NobelDesign software will transition to become part of DTX Studio.  

DTX Studio will also make it simple for dental professionals to connect with their preferred production source. Options will include local production of models and provisional restorations with 3D printing and in-lab milling, with prosthetic frameworks, full-contour restorations and surgical templates available from a Nobel Biocare centralized production center.  

Dr. Pascal Kunz, Vice President Product Management Digital Dentistry, said: “By harnessing the combined expertise of Nobel Biocare and KaVo Kerr – two leading players within Danaher’s Dental Platform – DTX Studio will establish a new benchmark for connectivity in dentistry. Many dental companies claim to offer open, fully integrated workflows, but DTX Studio sets a new standard by truly connecting the various aspects of a modern dental professional’s daily work. While enhancing processes and access to high-quality products it also offers new possibilities and links to new technologies. It will make life easier and more efficient for the entire treatment team and, most importantly, support an enhanced treatment outcome for the patient.”  

For more information about DTX Studio visit DTXStudio.com or visit the KaVo Kerr and Nobel Biocare booth at IDS in Hall 10.1, H20/J29. 

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*At time of launch, implants can be planned in the NobelClinician software. The DTX Studio implant module will be available in 2018.

Nobel Biocare is a world leader in the field of innovative implant-based dental restorations. The company’s portfolio offers solutions from single tooth to fully edentulous indications with dental implant systems (including key brands NobelActive®, Brånemark System® and NobelReplace®), a comprehensive range of high-precision individualized prosthetics and CAD/CAM systems (NobelProcera®), diagnostics, treatment planning and guided surgery solutions (NobelClinician® and NobelGuide®) and biomaterials (creos™). Nobel Biocare supports its customers through all phases of professional development, offering world-class training and education along with practice support and patient information materials. The company is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Production takes place at six sites located in the United States, Sweden, Japan and Israel. Products and services are available in over 80 countries through subsidiaries and distributors.