DTS 2018

18 & 19 May 2018
NEC Birmingham

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  • FREE clinical workshops on stand C25

    13 May 2017 by: Dentsply Sirona Dentsply Sirona

    At Dentsply Sirona, we work with dental professionals to envision what‘s possible, then provide innovative solutions to achieve it. Education and support help move each procedure forward, ensuring the benefits of our innovations are realised.

    Visit our stands C25-30 to discover how everything we do is about helping dental professionals deliver the best possible dental care, for the benefit of their patients and practices – today and for years to come. 

    Leading clinicians will be available on our stand to help you get the knowledge, skills and inspiration that you need to stay up-to-date as well as develop yourself and your practice.

    Reserve your place at a FREE workshop www.thedentistryshow.co.uk/dssirona

  • Flexible Partilas 

    Injection Fast® allows injecting a special cartridge (IPER) that can contain up to 45 grammes of any thermoplastic material. This is a unique feature of the Injection Fast® system, no other system currently offers what.

    The system obviously allows yourself to inject small amounts of materials, to achieve small or medium sized devices. The system in addition to the double flask can use the conventional single flask, thanks to our universal adaptor.

    To compliment the most advanced injection system, we also offer the high-performance polyamide with the 7 aesthetic colours, ultra-compact surface, that will not discolour.

    Come to our stand for special offers.

  • Heart patients could be screened in just 90 seconds using a wireless, hand-held device designed and developed by AME Group.

    Working closely with our client Rapid Rhythm, we employed a user-focused design process that identified a number of product innovations.

    The result is a user-friendly device that facilitates quicker heart screening tests and requires fewer training hours for medical professionals.

    More than half a million people in the UK suffer from atrial fibrillation (AF), which causes an irregular heart rate. AF results in 575,000 hospital admissions a year.

    The Rapid Rhythm device is held to a patient’s chest to diagnose AF and other major cardiac conditions. Data is relayed to a LCD touchscreen displaying a four-line ECG trace and wirelessly downloaded for further analysis by a doctor. It is compatible with existing ECG machines and can be used in many clinical settings.

    As part of our user-focused design process, we conducted on-site interviews at GP surgeries and heart wards to understand patients’ needs.

    This identified a number of unique product features that we explored across a range of design concepts. The chosen product was engineered in 3D CAD, with a number of test prototypes created using our in-house facilities.

    AME Group is on Stand C22

  • Versatile zirconium oxide to supplement the all-ceramic range

    IPS e.max is the flagship all-ceramic system from Ivoclar Vivadent. Since it was launched, the IPS e.max range has comprised lithium disilicate glass-ceramic materials (IPS e.max Press and IPS e.max CAD) and zirconium oxide (IPS e.max ZirCAD). Now the range will be extended to include zirconium oxide discs and blocks for the fabrication of natural looking restorations with optimized properties.

  • Renishaw will demonstrate the improved functionality of its new scanning equipment at the Dental Technology Showcase (DTS), taking place 12th – 13th May 2017 at the NEC Birmingham, UK. On stand H10 Renishaw will exhibit its innovative dental scanners and promote advances in digital partial dentures and promote its additively manufactured maxillofacial implants.

    As a well-established manufacturer with extensive knowledge of the dentistry industry, Renishaw will exhibit its range of new dental scanners, developed by Medit. The new scanners allow dental labs to provide a more efficient and cost effective service to their customers.

    Visitors to the stand will also be able to see Renishaw’s innovative metal 3D printed removable partial dentures (RPDs), known as LaserRPDTM. These additively manufactured dentures have strong flexible clasps to firmly hold the dentures in place whilst allowing for easy fit down. LaserRPDs can be quicker and cheaper to produce and create less waste than traditional methods.

    To show the benefits of a full digital workflow, Renishaw will have a specialist on hand to answer questions and aid best practice:

    James Cox of Intelligent Dental Design, an exocad expert, will be on-hand to offer scanning and CAD demonstrations as well as show the more advanced features available.

  • Bristol Cadcam

    27 Apr 2017 by: Jamie Brothers Bristol CAD/CAM and Upcera

    Bristol Cadcam stock and supply cadcam machinery, consumables exclusively for the dental industry.
     

  • Introducing: Asiga MAX™, the ultimate HD desktop 3D printer.

  • DETAX NEWS

    24 Apr 2017 by: post@detax.de Detax
    DETAX is one of the worldwide leading manufacturers of medical products and consumables for the dental industry; chair-side and lab-use. Come and see us at stand C-05 dts part for our IDS News: Hardes ...
  • Sagemax, America’s largest dental zirconia manufacturer and manufacturers of the NexxZr Brand, will be showing their revolutionary Ultra-Translucent zirconia NexxZr + as well as their new Ultra-Translucent 9-Layer zirconia NexxZr UTML, both. with 1,00 Mpa.

     

    Stop by and see for yourself the next generation of zirconia.

  • Visit us on Stand H12 for hourly live hands on demos

  • DFAB®: the waiting is over. Class IIa restorations within 20 minutes

  • IN-CEPTION COLD CURE HI-IMPACT

    10 Apr 2017 by: MR Dental MR. Dental

    This new self-cure material will allow dental labs to cope with high production while keeping energy costs and labour to a minimum by avoiding the additional equipment, increased labor, energy use and cure times associated with heat cured materials.

    MR. Dental's Hi-Impact Pourable is probably the first dental acrylics to achieve high strength and high impact resistance from a cold cure formulation, achieving a fracture toughness of at least 30% greater and a fracture work of at least 2.5 times higher than conventional cold cure denture base polymers. As a cold cure, it fulfils the requirements of standard EN ISO 20795-1:2013 for high-impact denture base polymers (Sections 5.2.10 & 5.2.11)

    MR. Dentals Hi-Impact Pourable is available as individual items in the following sizes:

    1000g Powder and 500ml and 1000ml Liquid.

    A trial pack 100g/50ml is also available.

     

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2018 Streams

DTS LECTURE THEATRE

Designed for dental technicians, clinical dental technicians and lab owners, The DTS lecture theatre has been programmed by the Dental Technicians Guild. Not to be missed!

 

DIGITAL & INNOVATION THEATRE

The Digital Dentistry Theatre brings together the latest technologies to hit the UK market, showcasing and exploring their uses in the lab. A must attend for Lab Owners and Technicians alike.

 

CDT CONFERENCE

The CDT conference is set to provide the best UK based education and training for Clinical Dental Technicians. The two day programme will deliver exciting sessions covering everything from skills development to gum characterisation. 

 

OTA SEMINARS

Building on the already successful OTA lectures & workshops, the orthodontic technician's stream will cover everything from Cleft Lip and Palate to client reviews, making this unique opportunity unmissable.

ON-STAND EDUCATION

On-Stand demonstrations, by the experts will guide delegates through practical applications for the latest products, and help delegates understand how they could put into practice in their labs. 

BUSINESS SKILLS WORKSHOPS

The Business Skills Workshop will host a varying two day programme, delivered by industry-renowned speakers,  perfect for Lab Technicians and Lab Owners. All sessions will be business themed, and will cover a variety of topics.

SPEAKERS

70

DENTAL TECHNICIANS

1,800

Educational Sessions

80

Exhibitors

100

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