At the 2017 Chicago Midwinter Meeting, Dentsply Sirona presented the integration of its Cavitron ultrasonic scaling technology with the Intego treatment centers.Dentsply Sirona has expanded its existing line of treatment centers with an integrated preventive care concept. This summer, the Cavitron built-in ultrasonic scaler will be available with the Intego line of treatment centers.
Intego supports a variety of treatment concepts through two different variants: Intego TS is a traditional, over-the-patient delivery system with hanging hoses. The dentist element has a wide range of movement, and the adjustable tray holder makes for a convenient work environment. Intego CS is a continental delivery system with whip arms, and it offers the widest range of treatment positions around the oral cavity for clinicians working alone or as a team.
Configuration of the Intego treatment centers is ergonomically and functionally adapted to preventive care treatments with features including a double-articulating headrest, external device connection, a multifunctional syringe, maintenance-free electric motors, LED operating lights, and (soon) the integration of Cavitron. The Intego Pro Ambidextrous model features an integrated infection prevention system and automated cleaning functions. Ergomotion provides a synchronized movement of the patient’s spine with no readjustment of the headrest. Changing from right-handed to left-handed operation can be easily done in 15 seconds between patients.
A network interface in the patient chair and USB connections in the doctor's element enable digital updates as well as the use of additional applications. New system solutions can be accessed and controlled via the comprehensive user interface on the EasyTouch touchscreen.
Intego is configurable with special packages and practical equipment options. For example, the unit can be equipped with a 22-inch full-HD monitor and an autofocus intraoral camera. The Carl or Hugo stools are also available as ergonomic add-ons.
Source: Dentsply Sirona press release, 22 February 2017