September 22, 2020
by Dental Wings
Dental Wings is proud to announce that its coDiagnostiX® EASY Mode is among this year’s winners of the coveted Red Dot design awards.
coDiagnostiX is a software for dental professionals to plan dental implant placement and design surgical guides which will then guide the instruments during surgery to achieve predictable results. The coDiagnostiX team succeeded in winning over the Red Dot jury with the outstanding design quality of the new coDiagnostiX EASY Mode.
“With the EASY Mode, we are offering a second user interface of coDiagnostiX software tailored towards coDiagnostiX beginners. The EASY Mode is intuitive, streamlined and has been reduced to the essential functions,” explains Frank Stockmann, VP Guided Surgery at Dental Wings and coDiagnostiX co-founder.
“This helps dental professionals who are new to coDiagnostiX to quickly learn the use of the software on their own and start planning standard cases.” It complements our tried and tested EXPERT Mode with enhanced functionality for more advanced users to support even complex cases.
coDiagnostiX software has been on the market for more than 20 years now and is being developed in the Dental Wings subsidiary in Chemnitz, Germany.
The Red Dot is an international design prize awarded to applicants who stand out with their creativity and the high design quality of their product. The coDiagnostiX team is proud to be amongst the winners of one of the most prestigious design prizes worldwide. In 2020, the international jury assessed a total of 6,992 creative projects and brands from more than 50 countries.
About Dental Wings
Dental Wings is a leading provider of digital dentistry solutions. The company is headquartered in Montreal (Canada) with additional offices in Chemnitz and Berlin (Germany) and Lyon (France). Dental Wings employs about 200 people and has been a fully-owned company of the Straumann Group since 2017. The products and solutions cover the full digital workflow from treatment planning to final restoration including intraoral scanning, implant planning, prosthesis design, and communication among dental professionals.