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Nobel Biocare announces NobelDesign – intuitive CAD software for dental restorations

February 23, 2016
by Oral Health

NobelDesign Software* combines powerful CAD tools with efficient and intuitive workflows.
Creating outstanding NobelProcera restorations has never been easier.
Annual NobelDesign software subscription avoids significant one-time payment upfront.

NobelBiocareZurich, Switzerland, Nobel Biocare today announces the introduction of NobelDesign: efficient and intuitive software for the computer-aided design of NobelProcera dental restorations. By combining advanced CAD tools with access to a wide range of NobelProcera restorations, NobelDesign will help dental professionals offer a greater range of superior prosthetic solutions to patients.

NobelDesign is one of a number of innovations to be exhibited at Nobel Biocare’s Global Symposium in New York, taking place June 23–26, 2016.*

Powerful CAD tools without complexity
NobelDesign incorporates intuitive exocad® CAD tools for the efficient design of both cemented and screw-retained restorations. Multiple cases are simple to manage in the easy-to-navigate virtual cockpit.

The software offers time-saving virtual tooth setup and mirroring features as well as a virtual articulator function that helps optimize occlusal contact points. These capabilities are particularly valuable in combination with NobelProcera’s range of translucent full-contour zirconia solutions.

NobelDesign also incorporates exocad® TruSmile technology that visualizes designs in a photo-realistic rendering, meaning the technician can assess how tooth shape and fissure design will appear in the patient’s mouth.

Other options include an angulated screw channel function for improved esthetics and accessibility, and partial cutback tools that aid in the design of veneering support. As the intuitive interface adapts to the user’s preferred way of working, efficiency increases over time.

Access to an increasing number of unrivaled restorations

NobelDesign users will access new NobelProcera innovations first, as new product releases will only be available in NobelDesign.

NobelDesign is accessible only in combination with the highly accurate NobelProcera 2G Scanner, and is available on an annual subscription basis.* This gives users added flexibility, and avoids a significant one-off payment upfront.

Hans Geiselhöringer, Nobel Biocare President, said: “The introduction of the NobelDesign Software is the latest step in Nobel Biocare’s extensive pipeline of digital innovations that increase efficiency for dental professionals and improve patient care.

“NobelDesign’s powerful and intuitive CAD tools will be appreciated by dental technicians, while the excellent results it enables will be valued by clinicians and patients alike.

“With Nobel Biocare’s seamlessly integrated treatment workflow, dental laboratories accessing NobelDesign using the NobelProcera 2G System open up business-building opportunities throughout the treatment process.”

Stay tuned to nobelbiocare.com for more updates.

*NobelDesign is available in regions outside the United States and Canada as of February 2016. In the United States and Canada NobelDesign is currently pending clearance from the respective health authorities.

exocad is a trademark of exocad GmbH

Nobel Biocare is a world leader in the field of innovative implant-based dental restorations. The company’s portfolio offers solutions from single tooth to fully edentulous indications with dental implant systems (including key brands NobelActive®, Brånemark System® and NobelReplace®), a comprehensive range of high-precision individualized prosthetics and CAD/CAM systems (NobelProcera®), diagnostics, treatment planning and guided surgery solutions (NobelClinician® and NobelGuide®) and biomaterials (creos™). Nobel Biocare supports its customers through all phases of professional development, offering world-class training and education along with practice support and patient information materials. The company is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Production takes place at six sites located in the United States, Sweden, Japan and Israel. Products and services are available in over 80 countries through subsidiaries and distributors.

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