Red Dot Award: W&H scores highly with new Implantmed design
Each year, the “Red Dot Design Award” is presented to the most original and best examples of design and innovation. In early April 2017, after days of assessing thousands of products from all over the world, the highly qualified panel of judges, comprising 40 internationally renowned experts, decided to present W&H with the “Red Dot” award for the high design quality of one of its products.
Creative idea for interactive teeth cleaning
For the students of Salzburg, the Digital Innovation Days held at the Salzburg Chamber of Commerce from 10-12 May 2017, were a chance to delve into the practical side of commerce. By developing an innovative product concept for daily teeth cleaning, the young team of students called “bRight” managed to impress the judges and scoop the first prize of € 1,000.
The new W&H video channel
Available 24/7 and always open for business – the W&H video channel is the ultimate source for rapid information tailored precisely to users’ needs. It’s now easier than ever to gain a comprehensive overview of the W&H range, access helpful tips or discover handy information on clinical topics.
W&H – actively supporting the next generation of dentists
The European Dental Students Association (EDSA) provides European dental students with a valuable platform for exchanging information, sharing experiences and building on their specialist knowledge. It is the EDSA's aim to work in close collaboration with companies active in the industry to continually offer its members novel training and development opportunities.
W&H supports Nepalese school
Thanks to the generosity of W&H and various other Austrian donors, it was possible to help with the reconstruction work of a school for around 150 children in Gorakhani (Nepal). Mainly during a earthquake in May 2015, countless facilities in the area were severely damaged, including the school building, which now could be rebuilt, with the nonbureaucratic assistance and financial contribution.
Sterilization in record time
The future of dental practices is in automation and digitalization. Computer-assisted processes facilitate day-to-day tasks, offering reliability and efficiency at the same time. Devices such as Lisa and Assistina 3x3 help to create a balanced hygiene workflow which conserves resources. Seizing these opportunities allows dentists and practice teams to save valuable time, which they can then devote to their patients. (Authors: Jenny Hoffmann, Oemus Media AG)