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Dental Wings CAD/CAM Lasermill System Releases Its 2nd Generation


March 20, 2017
by Dental Wings

Dental Wings is pleased to announce that it will introduce the second generation Dental Wings Lasermill, a revolutionary dental CAD/CAM production technology, at the International Dental Show in Cologne, Germany, March 21-25.

The Dental Wings Lasermill establishes a new category of dental production technology, offering unprecedented opportunities for dental clinics, labs and production centers to create restorations, using a wide range of proven materials, for unsurpassed quality and ease-of-use.

“Dental Wings has continued to develop and refine the Lasermill technology to improve performance in all meaningful metrics. I am continuously impressed by the resolution, precision, and simplicity of our Lasermill. We are starting to change the game and look forward to even bigger leaps in capability in the future.”
– Mike Rynerson, CEO Dental Wings

The extremely small laser spot size allows a resolution more than 10X higher than traditional CNC mills, resulting in extremely life-like restorations.

The Dental Wings Lasermill reduces the cost and variability of in-office production of high-quality restorations by eliminating cutting tools, coolants, and complex setups. Moreover, the Lasermill has an integrated 3D scanner to perform in-process quality control, unlike traditional CNC mills which require downstream manual quality control measurements.

A complete chairside solution with the Dental Wings Intraoral Scanner, DWOS Chairside and Lasermill offers unprecedented capabilities and simplicity for the dental practice.  As an open system, the Dental Wings Lasermill can also be connected with other open scanning and design solutions.

Other composite and ceramic materials such as fully crystallized lithium disilicate can be processed with the Dental Wings Lasermill. Information on these materials will be provided as it becomes available.


About Dental Wings
Dental Wings is a leading provider of digital dentistry technologies. Its solutions, distributed in over 50 countries around the world, involve dental scanning, implant planning, prosthesis design, manufacturing integration and communication systems to connect dental professionals. Dental Wings is headquartered in Montreal, Canada and has grown to over 150 employees. Dental Wings has international offices in Berlin and Chemnitz, Germany, in Lyon, France, and in Shenzhen, China.


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