Innovation requires the correct mixture
What makes a strong project team is a variety of skills, perspectives and talents. This is Harald Sighart’s point of view, as Director of Research and Development at W&H. In an interview, he explains what makes his project teams so special.
Synea – 4ever Young!
Synea is the clear winner of the innovation challenge – and has been for 20 years. The Synea turbine range and the Synea straight and contra-angle handpieces from W&H not only set the benchmark in their class – they are also a technical sensation. Unique in their function, design and reliability, Synea products inspire dentists’ day-to-day work and open up a lot of new treatment possibilities.
New LatchShort polishing system from W&H
In modern dental treatment, the professional, mechanical removal of plaque and biofilm is an integral part of the prophylaxis and periodontitis workflow. In the new Proxeo TWIST LatchShort polishing system, W&H is now presenting a system with a working height 4 mm shorter than standard latch systems.
W&H and Osstell at the EAO Congress
From 11 to 13 October 2018, implantology experts from all over the world will gather at the 26th Annual Scientific Congress of the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO) at the Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Centre in Vienna. The focus of the event will be on diagnostics, surgical treatment procedures and clinical aftercare. For W&H and Osstell, the focus of the EAO congress will be on technologies for optimised treatment planning.
A 20-year union with AZFK
How does innovation happen? Alongside recognised factors such as individual ideas, experiences and trials, cooperation are an integral part of the innovation process at W&H. That is why we maintain contact with dentists, technicians plus training and development organisations all over the world. In 2018, our partnership with the ‚Akademie für zahnärztliche Fortbildung Karlsruhe‘ (AZFK) - Academy for Advanced Dental Training celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Products donated to world’s highest situated dental clinic
The world’s highest situated dental clinic is based in the Nepalese mountain village of Namche Bazaar at an altitude of 3,440 m. Most of the local population can barely afford essential dental treatments. Either that or they are performed with very simple tools and methods. W&H Dentalwerk Bürmoos GmbH has once again supplied aid with donations of dental products.