DALLAS, Texas--D4D Technologies has unveiled a new dental satellite design station, E4D Studio.
The studio gives E4D clinical operators or E4D Labworks technicians the option to send scanned restorative data to an onsite design station within a practice's or laboratory's existing network.
While one operator scans chairside or in the lab, another operator or technician can take the hand-off to finish designing the case. This allows more procedures to be completed simultaneously.
The proprietary transfer of data to a remote workstation allows nonstop scanning between patients at the dental office or cases in the laboratory, and offers practices with the E4D Dentist and laboratories with either E4D Labworks or E4D Studio greater efficiency and productivity.
"By utilizing the E4D Dentist cart mainly for scanning, the rest of the design process can then be completed on E4D Studio, allowing the operator to immediately scan on the next patient," said Justin Chi, clinical educator at E4D University.
"And in the lab, technicians have an easy-to-use digital solution to increase their overall level of productivity by using the E4D Labworks system for scanning, in conjunction with E4D Studio to complete the design."
E4D Studio consists of an integrated design center computer, DentaLogic software, keyboard, wireless mouse and 3-D navigation E4D Skyball.
The E4D Studio system is available exclusively through Henry Schein/Zahn Dental.
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