We enjoyed a visit from our Saudi Arabian distributor, Amasi Altamaioz, with their dentists and dental prosthetic customers. It was a great opportunity for them to participate in a Digital Product and Workflow training session, and learn more about our products and prosthetic solutions, their design, and the manufacturing process.
DESS Dental has joined the Zero Co2 project of the Barberá del Vallés City Hall to help tackle climate change. Some of these objectives are the reduction of global emissions by 55% of 1990 levels, limiting global warming to 1.5˚C, and reaching 0% global emissions.
DESS Dental presents the new Catalog 2022/2 and the new Reference Guide 2022, where you will find new products and references. Thanks to the great team of professionals who work daily to find innovative solutions, we can facilitate the workflow of dentists and dental technicians.
Roger Terrats, CEO of DESS Dental, has conducted an interview for iSanidad, a specialized digital media for doctors and other healthcare professionals. The interview focused on the positive impact of digitalization in dentistry.
We are proud to announce the collaboration with our distributor Zahn Dental, the dental laboratory business of Henry Schein, Inc. in their program, “Giving Seniors a Smile”. The program is about ending hunger and supporting the oral health of senior citizens across the United States. Zahn Dental has committed $150 000 to Feeding America, the largest hunger organization in the United States with more than 38 million people under its care, including 5 million seniors.
From 24th to 26th February, DESS® Dental has been present at the largest dental laboratory event in the USA: LMT Lab Day Chicago 2022.
At DESS® Dental we recommend our new digital analogs for dental implant prosthetics, which can be used both on traditional plaster models and 3D printed models.
The ELLIPTIBase® system is the best dental solution for those clinics or dental laboratories that need to work on restorations in oral areas with limited interdental space.
WHO encourages the Member States to formulate oral health plans, policies and projects to achieve better oral health as part of the universal health coverage in line with agendas for 2030.