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VITA Introduces The New EasyShade Advance 4.0

May 3, 2013
by Vident

Building on the popular VITA Easyshade digital shade matching system, VITA is pleased to introduce the fourth generation of Easyshade technology with the new VITA Easyshade Advance 4.0. Optimal shade determination is now easier than ever, thanks to new functions for automatic measurement. With cutting edge measurement technology and durable LED components, VITA Easyshade Advance 4.0 offers precision that is twice as effective as that of the human eye.

A new “average” mode in the Easyshade Advance 4.0 allows users to measure up to 30 shades on a single tooth and arrive at an overall average shade, making the determination of a base shade on tricky anteriors, even simpler. And the user no longer has to worry about placing the probe tip precisely perpendicular to the tooth surface. The shade measure button can be depressed prior to placement and the Easyshade Advance 4.0 will automatically measure when proper placement is achieved. VITA Easyshade Advance 4.0 will be available in June 2013.

Using Bluetooth, the measurement data can be wirelessly transferred to the VITA Assist communication software on operatory computers. The results are displayed in both international shade standards for VITA classical A1-D4 and VITA 3D-MASTER. VITABLOCS shades can also be specified. The data for the exact display of bleaching effects can also be displayed in accordance with the internationally recommended scale from the American Dental Association.

Vident has been a provider of innovative dental products since 1985 and is the North American subsidiary of VITA, manufacturer of the internationally recognized Classical Shade Guide, 3D-Master Shade System, Easyshade Compact, VITA ENAMIC and other quality VITA restorative materials. For information on VITA Easyshade Advance 4.0 and other quality products, call 800-828-3839 or visit Vident’s website at www.vident.com.

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