Ready for the future with Implantmed Plus
Digitally always up to date: W&H is constantly rolling out software updates and new product features for the Implantmed Plus. This gives users unique perspectives when treating their patients and for their individual implantology and surgical workflows.
For more than 20 years, Implantmed from W&H has been helping clinics and dental practices ensure that their work processes are safe and efficient. Now, Implantmed software updates are opening up even more opportunities for users, whether they are using a brand-new device, or one that’s five years old. These updates are available for all Implantmed Plus devices, and users can continue to look forward to new features in the future.
W&H is a digital pioneer
W&H has been providing software updates for its Implantmed products for many years now, an approach that sets it apart from other manufacturers. The medical technology company also follows sustainable business practices, and takes into account key factors such as repairability, durability and upgradeability when developing its products. This helps to extend the service life of these products and conserve resources in the process.
W&H stands for sustainable product and service solutions. Implantmed software updates ensure users always have a state-of-the-art device at their disposal. The upgradeability helps to conserve resources and reduce costs for the customer at the same time. This approach helps keep devices in service for longer and ensures safe and effective treatment thanks to new technical features and unrivalled reliability.
Piezo technology as a simple add-on for Implantmed
The launch of the Piezomed module – which can be combined with the Implantmed Plus as a simple add-on solution – was a highlight for W&H last year. This, coupled with the implant stability measurement and documentation feature, now makes W&H the first manufacturer to cover the entire surgical workflow. “This way of thinking is exactly what we need moving forward, i.e. modular devices with a range of integrated features. And it shows that W&H’s thinking has extended way beyond the drill itself,” explains Dr Dennis Rohner. The Implantmed software updates were a key component of this innovative technology and provided the optimal conditions for easily combining the devices with each other.
Ready for the future
But it doesn’t stop there. W&H is working on further upgrades, the aim being to ensure that Implantmed Plus users are ready for the future at all times. As well as the option of combining the Implantmed with the Osstell Beacon and implementing the Zygoma handpiece, the number of drilling steps that can be selected has also been expanded. There is further information on the latest software updates available at wh.com or through authorised W&H service partners, who support W&H customers with the Implantmed software updates.
W&H will be attending IDS in Cologne from 14 to 18 March 2023, where you will be able to learn all about the Implantmed software updates as well as other products from the W&H portfolio.
The W&H team will be on hand to provide comprehensive, qualified advice and a personal exchange in hall 10.1.