W&H produces top Quality dental products as dental turbines, straight and contra-angle handpieces, piezo scalers for prophylactic treatment, products for oral surgery and sterilizers for dentistry. W&H products are used in dental practices, hospitals, laboratories and surgical units around the world and are known and respected by dentists and dental surgeons for their reliability, innovation, ease of use and lack of complexity, making treating patients easier. W&H became the first manufacturer in the world to integrate sterilizable LEDs into their dental handpieces and offer a full range of innovative couplings and powerful dental motors appropriate most treatment indications in dentistry.
The current product range of W&H includes rotating instruments for restoration and prosthetics (dental turbines, highspeed handpieces, lowspeed handpieces for preparation of crown abutments and cavities), products for the field of hygiene and maintenance (sterilizers, autoclaves and reprocessing devices), instruments for implantology (surgical devices, surgical handpieces and contra-angles) and prophylaxis (air scaler and piezo scaler), as well as instruments for dental laboratories. W&H products meet all technical standards and are widely acknowledge by users and partners alike to be reliable, with state-of-the-art design and excellent price performance ratio worldwide.The W&H Company
We would like to thank you for yet another year of loyal cooperation. We wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas and a happy and healthy start to the new year.
Successful road show of W&H and Planmeca: Advanced dental technologies for the dental market in India were the focus of a series of events organized by W&H and Planmeca. From 8th to 14th November 2017 the cooperation partners stopped in six major Indian cities with exclusive road shows. Beside the latest W&H innovations in the field of Oral Surgery & Implantology, like the new Implantmed SI-10xx, also Planmeca solutions, like the Planmeca Emerald intraoral scanner, were at the front of each of the events.
The correct measurement of implant stability and osseointegration has always been a fundamental criterion for the success of the treatment. The explicit patient demand for streamlined treatment processes combined with an increasing number of patients with risk factors result in progressive and ambitious protocols in which conventional processes such as the torque or percussion test are being strained to their limits.