August 13, 2011
Spectra looks to be a remarkable device re; patient presentation and case acceptance. I am familiar with the Diagnodent, however a numerical display won’t impact the same as the visual display of the Spectra Unit.
MELVILLE, New York— August 8, 2011–Air Techniques, Inc., a
leading dental equipment manufacturer and developers of Spectra Caries
Detection Aid, has been recognized as one of 16 companies to receive the Pride
Institute’s Best of Class Technology Award for 2011. Air Techniques’ Spectra
was an honoree in the Clinical/Diagnostic category for Caries Detection, and
was one of two companies to win this award two years in a row.
“We are extremely happy that our Spectra Caries Detection
Aid has won such a prestigious award–two years in a row,” said Joe Zekoski,Vice President, Product Management at Air Techniques. “It is a great honor to
have our product recognized by the Pride Institute and top experts within the
dental field.” Spectra offer’s a simple, non-invasive approach to detecting
caries while providing both visual and quantitative data.
A panel of dental technology experts, organized by the Pride
Institute, a dental practice management consulting firm based in Novato,
California, selected this year’s winning products through an unbiased, rigorous
assessment selection process. The winning technologies were selected by
majority vote and divided into four categories: Foundational, Diagnostic,
Therapeutic, and Emerging.