MALSCH, Germany: A concern regarding digitalisation is that it is linked to the risk of important professional disciplines losing significance in the public perception. The daily routine of a dentist is characterised by a variety of different challenges and tasks. From initial diagnosis to therapy planning, the concrete realisation still remains in the hands of the dentist. In the face of the omnipresent issue of digitalisation, the necessary manual dexterity is increasingly pushed to the background, and yet, it is among the most vital prerequisites for quality and sustainable dental care. In dental practice, there are some key areas that are gaining increasing importance: periodontics, implant dentistry, functional therapy, aesthetic dentistry, holistic dentistry, sports dentistry, the list goes on.
COLOGNE, Germany: Don’t miss it: During IDS, participants can attend lectures given by established experts on the latest application technologies and current trends, every hour from 11:00 at the DETAX booth. In addition to speakers sharing their knowledge of the new generation of 3-D high-performance polymers with 30 printing materials for the practice and laboratory, the company is hosting talks by experienced users on digital manufacturing processes and their applications in the daily work of the laboratory.