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SHOW PREVIEW news From left to right: Frank A. Schloße (sales executive at Telekom Healthcare), Mark Stephen Pace (Chairman of the Board of the Koelnmesse CEO Gerald Böse (right) pointed out that IDS, as the most important international business platform of the global Association of the German Dental Industry), Gundula Gause (television journalist) and Gerald Böse (CEO of Koelnmesse). dental industry, will offer companies and experts from all over the world outstanding opportunities. 1 Engel commented that, for him, it remains of the utmost importance to approach the topic of digitisation with careful consideration of its im- pact on the ethical principles of den- tal practice. “One can easily gain the impression that new technolo- gies are, by default, capable of re- placing established ones,” he said. Engel then pointed out the example of the essential doctor–patient re- lationship, which, he concluded, is unlikely to be replaced by digital technologies any time soon. While fully embracing the new advancements in dentistry, the event organisers made it clear that the subtle ties of dental practice will not be forgotten on the show ﬂ oor at IDS 2019. Summing up the discussion, Mark Stephen Pace, Chairman of the Board of the Association of the Ger- man Dental Industry, commented that “trade fairs bring people together. IDS is, as the worldwide leader in dental exhibitions, always a nose ahead.” Visitors to the show can also expect a focus on 3-D printing, which Pace called a “game changer that could make dentistry competitive once again.” The market for 3-D printed pro- ducts in dentistry is predicted to grow by between 13 and 23 per cent annually and reach a size of US$25.7 billion (€22.5 billion) by 2030, according to a recent Koeln- messe analysis. This development is expected to occur in two phases. The ﬁ rst, which revolves around the reinvention of existing products, will last until around 2020, at which point innovative materials and op- timised printing methods will allow the dental industry to take on a pio- neering role. Visitors and exhibitors can al- ready download the ofﬁ cial IDS app and begin to explore the halls be- fore arriving in Cologne. The app, which can be downloaded free from the App Store and Google Play, of- fers users an interactive view of the exhibition areas and a number of tools designed to help visitors make the most of their days at the event. With the app, users can calculate fast routes between booths and halls and utilise the messaging function to contact exhibitors be- fore and during show hours. Dental professionals can still easily register in advance for IDS on the IDS website. In addition to an e-ticket, trade visitors will receive a transport ticket for buses and trains that are part of the Rhein-Sieg trans- port network, allowing them to choose from attractive overnight accommo- dation in the outskirts of Cologne and throughout the entire Rhein- Ruhr metropolitan region and travel to IDS using public transport free of charge. Over the past 80 years, the As- sociation of the German Dental In- dustry through its Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Dental-Industrie, in partnership with Koelnmesse, has organised IDS, guiding its develop- ment as an indispensable marke ting tool for the international dental indus- try. As in previous years, the opening day of the fair (12 March) will be Dealers’ Day, giving exhibitors spe- cialising in dental trade, import and distribution a platform for intensive sales negotiations. Overall, IDS will again be an essential event for those seeking to ensure direct sa- les and to establish direct, effective and gaugeable customer contact. The event provides opportunity for new business achievements and to accurately estimate market proba- bility within the shortest time. For more information, please visit www.ids-cologne.de 20 years of today at IDS Most trusted source for news and views from the event and beyond is celebrating its 20th anniversary at the world’s largest dental show. By Dental Tribune International exclusive interviews. Free hard co- pies of today will be made available to IDS visitors every day and can also be accessed 24/7 online. Addi- tionally, over the course of the event, daily newsletters featuring the news- paper will be sent to over 200,000 recipients worldwide. Speaking about the publication at IDS, DTI CEO Torsten Oemus said he believes the paper has become so trusted because of the publisher’s years of experience in producing been the most read publication at IDS at all times owing to its relevant content and extensive distribution at the show and to 150 hotels in and around Cologne,” said Oemus. In addition to its paper at IDS, DTI publishes special today show dailies for more than 80 dental shows around the globe each year. Depending on the size of the event, up-to-the-minute issues covering the respective show are produced and distributed daily. On-site edito- “[…] today has been the most read publication at IDS at all times […]” With the International Dental Show (IDS) fast approaching, preparations are in full swing at Dental Tribune In- ternational (DTI). In collaboration with its German partner OEMUS MEDIA AG the publisher will be releasing an- other dedicated today show daily edi- tion for IDS for the tenth time. For two decades, the newspaper has been the trusted partner of exhibitors at IDS and the most comprehensive news source for visitors to the show. Over the course of the most im- portant trade show in the dental in- dustry, DTI and OEMUS MEDIA AG will be publishing a total of six daily today issues in English and German with a print run of 10,000 copies per day. The paper will be produced on- site to guarantee the most up-to-date news, product reference guides and quality bilingual content and because the today covers all major trade shows worldwide. Since the ﬁ rst today published at IDS in 1999, the paper has continually grown stronger. “Other show papers have come and gone, but today has rial teams provide a comprehensive recap of the previous day’s events. Additional content helps attendees make the most of their time, inclu- ding information on course offerings, exhibitor lists, ﬂ oor plans and social events. 4 38 th International Dental Show 2019
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SHOW PREVIEW news “We and the whole of Cologne are looking forward to IDS” Interview with Gerald Böse, CEO of Koelnmesse. By Dental Tribune International IDS 2019 is expected to be even bigger and more international than the previous event in 2017. As the dental world prepares to travel to the city of Cologne for the 12–16 March event, Gerald Böse, CEO of Koeln- messe, says new developments will provide an even better trade fair ex- perience. The year 2017 was a record-breaker for Koelnmesse, With more than 43,000 exhibitors and over 2.1 mil- lion visitors hosted at the company’s trade fairs worldwide. What role did IDS play in this success? Yes, that’s right, regarding trade fairs, 2017 was a totally successful year, in which we not only reached our ambitious growth targets, but actually even surpassed them. In 2017, we ultimately recorded a turnover of €357.9 million, hosted 43,000 exhib- iting companies from 119 countries, and received over 2.1 million visitors from 218 countries at our 82 trade fairs and exhibitions. As the indus- try’s leading international dentistry trade fair, IDS plays a very important role in our trade fair portfolio. With an increase of 12 per cent on 2015, IDS 2017 received more than 155,000 trade visitors. What are you expecting in terms of visitors for the approaching 38th edition of the show? The developments seen over the last several years and the responses to our visitor surveys indicate that we can expect a high increase in the number of visitors once again in 2019. We are optimistic that we will once again be able to top the result of over 155,000 international trade visitors in 2019. Have there been any changes to the halls, facilities or services that you’d like to share with our readers? With the integration of Hall 5, IDS has signiﬁ cantly expanded its ﬂ oor space again. The event will now span a total exhibition space of over 170,000 m². The integration of Hall 5 creates the necessary capacity for the high exhibitor and visitor demand. Here, among others, several large sup- pliers of consumer prophylaxis pro- ducts will be exhibiting. Hall 5 ﬁ ts in well with the natural ﬂ ow of the trade fair and is perfectly connected to the boulevard entrance between Hall 5 and 10. The boulevard entrance will be in use, as will the south, east and west entrances. In addition, the inte- gration of Hall 5 will further enhance the overall quality of stay for visitors to IDS: a food court can be found in Hall 5.1, while the wide aisles and light-ﬂ ooded passages will provide even better navigation and layout. Furthermore, the smooth, visitor- friendly access guarantees a more even distribution of visitors across all of the exhibition halls. IDS 2019 is offering a further service that facilitates travel to IDS for trade visitors and, what’s more, makes it less expensive for them. For the coming event, the IDS e-ticket includes a free transport ticket that allows holders to use public trans- port in the region of Cologne—for the very ﬁ rst time, holders can also travel throughout the entire Rhein- Ruhr metropolitan region. That means that trade visitors travelling from the metropolitan area of Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Mül - heim and Dortmund who have booked accommodation there or who are ﬂ ying into Düsseldorf can travel to the trade fair in Cologne using re- gional express trains and other lo- cal transport options free of charge. Visitors will appreciate that. Koeln- messe recently reported a signifi- cant increase in international IDS exhibitor numbers. What can you tell us about this trend? Over the expanded exhibition space, we are again expecting around 2,300 exhibitors from more than 60 countries, who will again be presen t- ing the current trends of the dental industry. Of these, over 300 compa- nies, all of which satisfy the demand- ing IDS participation criteria, will be taking part in the Cologne event for the ﬁ rst time. We—the VDDI/GFDI [Association of the German Dental Industry and Gesellschaft zur För- derung der Dental-Industrie] and Koelnmesse—place great value on the careful and healthy growth of IDS. The quality of the exhibitors and visi- 6 38 th International Dental Show 2019 Gerald Böse, CEO of Koelnmesse. tors, as well as the amount and topi- cality of innovations on display, make IDS the most comprehensive show- case and the liveliest and most signi- ﬁ cant marketplace of the dental world. IDS 2017 had a focus on digital pro- duction and diagnosis methods. Will we see another strong digital focus this year, and what other aspects of dentistry do you expect to come to the fore? Improved digital workﬂ ows and additive manufacturing are at the fore of international development be- ing seen in dentistry. Digitalisation is advancing at a dynamic pace. As such, innovation cycles are becom- ing increasingly shorter. The innova- tive power of the industry becomes particularly clear here, and digitali- sation is extending across all seg- ments of the dental world. In relation to the current trade fair mar- ket environment, what can IDS exhi- bitors expect, in terms of buyers and decision makers walking the halls? Over 155,000 visitors from 157 countries, with 60 per cent of visitors from abroad—the ﬁ gures from the last event clearly demonstrate where the strengths and KPIs [key perfor- mance indicators] of IDS lie: in the quality of the participants, on both the visitor and exhibitor front. IDS in Cologne is the global industry platform; this is where the dental world meets up. This status is sy- nonymous with an exceptionally strong presence of international de- cision makers. What are the long-term prospects of IDS, and what is necessary to keep building on a successful event? The development and success of IDS over the past several years per- mits us to look positively ahead to the future. However, nobody can af- ford to stand still in our industry. That is why shortly after IDS 2019 we will get together with the GFDI, the commercial enterprise of the VDDI, the organiser of IDS, and jointly work out how we have to align ourselves in order to ensure that we can continue this success on a sustainable basis. Lastly, IDS 2017 saw Cologne called the ﬁ ve-day global capital of den- tistry. With the dental world now about to arrive in the city, how would you describe what the host city has to offer? Even though business is the fo- cus at IDS, visitors and exhibitors will no doubt explore and enjoy the cathedral city. The heart of the me- tropolis, with over a million inhabi t- ants, lies in close vicinity to the fair- grounds, separated only by the Rhine—the lifeline of the people from Cologne—with its liberal, friendly and cosmopolitan citizens. In addi- tion to the cultural sights, which span the city’s long history of Roman settlement all the way to the present day, the Cologne lifestyle can best be experienced in the many restau- rants, breweries and pubs. We and the whole of Cologne are looking forward to IDS.
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SHOW PREVIEW news New tech, bundling and commoditisation are affecting the future of restorative dentistry products By Graeme Fell & Jeffrey Wong, iData Research n The global market for restorative dentistry products is experiencing persistent growth despite an inter- esting and contradictory set of mar- ket factors. This growth is primarily being driven by the rising market penetration of dental implantsD as well as CAD/CAM-produced prosthe- ses and final abutments. While dis- count pricingD commoditisation and product bundling have limited reve- nuesD the growing acceptance of and demand for dental implants and new restorative products will sus- tain market growth. Strong growth trends for restorative dentistry perience strong growth over the next few yearsD even in more pene- trated markets such as Europe and the US. The market is growing in response to increasing demand from dentistsD particularly general dental practitionersD who are plac- ing implants in greater numbers. Consumer awareness of implant- supported restorations is also growing owing to effective market- ing and positive patient outcomes. In the USD marketing campaigns aimed directly at the patient are being run on a national basisD and implant-supported restorations are gaining recognition in emerging markets. The dental implant and final abutment market is expected to ex- TypicallyD final abutments fab- ricated using CAD/CAM technol- ogy have commanded a signifi- cantly higher price than have standard stock abutmentsD but sub- stantial price declines and stream- lined production methods have resulted in CAD/CAM products gaining an increasing share of the final abutment market. The aver- age selling price of a CAD/CAM abutment has notably declined in the US over the last two years alone. The efficiency of CAD/CAM technology is improving owing to major investments in equipment by the foremost implant compa- nies. These improvements will in- spire greater use of CAD/CAM technology and drive the market for these higher-priced final abut- ments. Growing implant technology markets Surgical guides for implant placement have attracted increased attention in recent yearsD resulting in high levels of market growth. The adoption rate of surgical guides is expected to growD and surgical guides will be used in a significant percentage of implant placementsD particularly in more developed den- tal markets. Markets for treatment planning software and dental im- plant instrument kits will also con- tinue to grow with the procedural volume increaseD but are limited by the number of complimentary units bundled with large implant pur- chases. The dental implant instru- ment kit market consists of special- ised products used to perform dental implant proceduresD such as drillsD reamersD ratchets and inserters/re- trievers. Instrument kits are bun- dled because they are important for successful implant proceduresD es- pecially for dental specialists who place hundreds of implants per year. GeographicallyD emerging mar- kets are continuing to adopt im- plants at an increasing rate. Dou- ble-digit growth in the Asia Pacific region can be found in China and In- diaD alongside encouraging accept- ance of digital dentistry. Commoditisation and other market limiters The dental implant market expe- rienced a shift towards more af- fordable products in 2018D with es- tablished premium brands facing increased competition from their low-cost counterparts. The growing demographic of general dental prac- titioners who place implants has prompted new consumer prefer- encesD such as less brand loyalty and more price sensitivity. ThereforeD im- plants in the value (mid-level) and discount (most affordable) pricing brackets are attracting new custom- ers who are less likely to differenti- ate between the numerous brands currently on the market. In emerg- ing marketsD greater value is being placed on affordabilityD thus speed- ing up this transition. In additionD lower-priced implants are more pop- ular in countries that are home to several discount and value implant producersD such as Israel and South Korea. The various product bundles of- fered by dental implant companies will apply additional downward pressure on revenues. Treatment planning software and dental instru- ment kits are not the only products being given away free. Regenerative products such as dental bone graft substitutes and barrier membranes are also being bundled with implant orders. MoreoverD the regenerative market itself is experiencing a strong commoditisation trend across allograftD xenograft and synthetic products. Despite regulatory pres- sure in some marketsD the global market for dental regenerative prod- ucts involves established competi- torsD small local suppliers and now nearly every major implant com- pany. The commoditisation of dental implants has applied negative pres- sure on revenues in recent yearsD and will continue to do so until 2025. The competitive landscape for dental implants in 2019 Established global premium im- plant companies such as Dentsply SironaD Nobel BiocareD Straumann and Zimmer Biomet have long been the dominant forces in the global den- tal implant and final abutment mar- kets. That being saidD the competitive landscape is becoming ever more crowded owing to the rise of value and discount implant brands. Value and discount competitors are espe- cially popular among the new wave of general dental practitioners prac- tising implantologyD who show less brand loyalty and are more likely to seek to minimise treatment costs. Premium companies have adapted to changes by pursuing acquisitions of companies that sell more afforda- ble implantsD thus maintaining their brand image while still expanding their market coverage into segments with high growth potential. Two ex- amples of this are Straumann’s ac- quisition of Neodent and Dentsply Sirona’s acquisition of MIS Implants. Under the Danaher umbrellaD Nobel Biocare operates alongside its mid- priced counterpartD Implant Direct. In July 2018D Danaher announced it would be spinning off its dental busi- ness into a publicly traded company in 2019. Other brands to watch out for include BioHorizonsD often re- garded as a somewhat more afforda- ble premium option in the USD and OSSTEM IMPLANT. Headquartered in South KoreaD OSSTEM IMPLANT has grown beyond its domestic com- petitors to gain a leading share of the Asia Pacific market and an ex- panding presence elsewhere. About the authors Graeme Fell is a research ana- lyst at iData Research and was the lead analyst for the Global Market Report Suite for Dental Implants 2018–MedSuite. His work has also included a number of other research projects in other medical device in- dustries. Jeffrey Wong is the Analyst Di- rector at iData Research. Through many years of analysisD he has been the lead on most of iData’s medicalD dental and pharmaceutical market research and now drives research strategyD product development and consulting research. About iData Research iData Research (idataresearch. com) is an international consulting and market research firm dedicated to providing the best in market in- telligence for the dentalD medical device and pharmaceutical indus- tries. 7 12 38 th International Dental Show 2019
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SHOW PREVIEW news Oral health means more than just good teeth By Dr Nigel Carter, OBE, Chair of the Platform for Better Oral Health in Europe and Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation The current state of the oral care system in Europe. and dental cafe acfoss EU countfies pave dfamatically incfeased in fe- cent yeafs, wpicp is unacce.table in tpe twenty-ﬁ fst centufy. Yeafs of austefity measufes and evef-gfow- ing .fessufes on pealtp and social cafe budgets pave pad a signiﬁ cant im.act on dental cafe systems in Eu- fo.e. Wpile some EU countfies pave im.lemented effective .fevention .olicies, otpefs afe still stfuggling to give ofal pealtp tpe .lace it desefves in tpeif .ublic pealtp .olicies. Ouf focus pas been to spowcase tpe evidence tpat ofal pealtp is a de- tefmining factof fof quality of life and essential fof well-being. As sucp, ofal pealtp is an integfal .aft of genefal pealtp. 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industry edelweiss aims at shaping the future of dentistry with function and aesthetics SHOW PREVIEW AD n The dental think-tank edelweiss dentistry is known to have pio- neered the only direct biomechani- cal veneering system that has over- come the disadvantages of organic fillers, which are commonly used in composite veneers. Using the laser- sintered concept, this technology has dramatically reduced the natural shortfalls of composite and thereby enhanced aesthetics and function. The product range varies from ultrathin anterior and occlusal enamel shells to root canal posts with build-ups and even a novelty in paediatric dentistry: integrating composite crowns instead of conven- tional metal crowns or zirconium crowns. This enables a safe and easy treatment, creating healthy smiles for children. Never before has it been feasi- ble to directly create the natural shape and youthful luminance of a tooth so easily and perfectly in only one appointment. Its versatile area of application, together with its time- and cost-saving procedure, makes edelweiss DIRECT SYSTEM a sound investment in the future with the best interests of the patient in mind. The philosophy of edelweiss dentistry is simple: making dental treatments easy and affordable for patients and dentists alike while following ethical aspects of modern treatments, which is achieved by re- specting the principles of biocom- patibility and bio-aesthetics. This all together allows minimally invasive treatments. Restoration and optimi- sation are carried out while consid- ering and preserving the healthy tooth structure. The function and aesthetics are reconstructed with a highly filled nano-hybrid com- posite very similar to the tooth substance—a concept that clearly speaks in favour of non-restorative or additive techniques. This makes the DIRECT SYSTEM from edelweiss the state-of-the-art for modern and minimally invasive aesthetic dentistry. The translucent VENEER and OCCLUSIONVD shells, as well as the PEDIATRIC CROWNs represent the anatomical basis for individual or complete dental reconstructions. Af- ter a successful splint therapy, the OCCLUSIONVD, where “VD” stands for vertical dimension, can be ad- justed individually and be used adhe- sively as non-prep Overlays to solve functional problems. The edelweiss POST & CORE sys- tem achieves in adhesive bonding with the tooth, from root to crown a biomechanical monobloc. The posts have a conical shape for better post space adaptation. The translucency of the fibre-free post, supported by the in the build-up integrated lens design, al- lows uninterrupted light transmission for complete polymerisation. Moreo- ver, the opaque build-up in dentine A1 comes in different anatomical forms. Like VENEER and OCCLUSIONVD shells, edelweiss PEDIATRIC CROWNs are made of a laser-sintered barium glass, rendering them both antibacte- rial and plaque-resistant. Unlike con- ventional pediatric crowns, edelweiss PEDIATRIC CROWNs have the same flexural modulus as natural teeth and that is why the antagonist teeth will not be damaged. The mesial and distal margins of the edelweiss PEDIATRIC CROWNs follow the natural gingival line of the primary teeth and imitate these teeth in both form and function. The prefabricated, bio-aesthetic mor- phology allows for a quick and safe treatment. You can achieve the maximum aesthetic results—that are also mini- mally invasive—in just one appoint- ment. No matter the dental situation, edelweiss has the right restauration for it. Try the edelweiss products at a hands-on station at the company’s booth and convince yourself. Learn more about edelweiss dentistry products at www.edelweiss- dentistry.com or visit the company’s booth at IDS (Hall 11.3, Booth D068–E069). 7 3D Solutions Minimally Invasive, Easy and Safe Hall 4.2 - Booth J29-G28 – Endo Training every hour 38 th International Dental Show 2019 www.fkg.ch/xpendo 15
COMPRESSED AIR | SUCTION | IMAGING | DENTAL CARE | H YGIENE New from Dürr Dental – a unique system for excellent drinking water quality for treatment units Find out more at IDS 2019 Hall 10.1 F30 – 40 G39 – 41 www.duerrdental.com/ids-en Unique combination of ﬁltration and electrolysis Optimum disinfecting eﬀect (< 100 CFU /ml) Easy use and handling Complies with the requirement for minimization as per the drinking water ordinance DVGW certiﬁcate W 540 This much can be revealed now: This new system is the easiest way to keep you on the safe side in the future. To ﬁnd out more about the new and unique system from Dürr Dental, please visit us at IDS in Hall 10.1, F 30 – 40, G 39 – 41. More at: www.duerrdental.com
industry SHOW PREVIEW We speak dental and digital! n Since its founding in 1961, MüllerOmicron has spoken and understood the lan guage of dental. A mediumsized company, it specialises in the de velopment, production and distri bution of dental materials for den tists and technicians. In more than 70 countries, users benefit from the outstanding ease of use and price– performance ratio of the products, which are made in Lindlar, Ger many. These include an extensive range of impression materials (A and Csilicones), bite registration materials, laboratory silicones and a completely new disinfection pro gramme, with a focus on wipe dis infection. All disinfectants meet the latest requirements of the VAH and all EN standards, including EN 16615. In order to keep up with the everincreasing digitalisation of the dental market, MüllerOmicron now also speaks digital. Through out the last two years, the company has been intensively involved in developing lightcuring resins for the additive manufacturing of den tal objects such as models, cast ob jects, occlusal splints and drilling templates. The result is the new material class of LCprint model, cast, tray and splint. All LCprint variants are suitable for all DLP printers. At IDS 2019 (Hall 4.2, Booth J090), LCprint and other news will be presented to trade professionals for the first time. “We are all excited about the response and look forward to a large number of visitors,” said the marketing and export manager of the company, Jens Günther. 7 XP-endo: 3-D solutions for root canal treatment XPendo Solutions is by far the most complete system available for 3D endodontics today, offering highly adaptive, less in vasive treatment solutions with fewer files: Endo Done! Learn more at www.fkg.ch/xpendo or visit the company’s booth (Hall 4.2, Booth J029–G028) at IDS. 7 AD n Having launched its first revo lutionary 3D instrument, the XP endo Finisher, four years ago, Swiss manufacturer of innovative, highquality endodontic solutions FKG Dentaire is now introducing the latest application expansion to its total therapy system: XPendo Solutions. XPendo Solutions consists of two different files: the XPendo Shaper and the XPendo Finisher. Both expand at body temperature to achieve safe and easy management of root canal therapy while preserv ing dentine. Together with the introduction at IDS 2019 of XPendo Retreatment, a new clinical sequence focused on more efficient retreatment solutions, XPendo Solutions delivers a com plete system to both practitioners and patients in initial treatment and retreatment management and requires fewer files. A complete system: the XPendo Shaper, with its snakelike shape, is primarily dedicated to canal shap ing. Thanks to its adaptive core and a 1 per cent taper associated with a guiding tip, the XPendo Shaper can shape all types of canals with greater safeguarding of the original shape of the root—from regular structures to the most complex. The XPendo Retreatment clinical se quence utilises the XPendo Shaper, which acts like a corkscrew, to re move filling material from the canal with extreme precision and effi ciency. The XPendo Finisher is de signed to provide optimal expansion properties through a minimalistic design that ensures smooth and ex traordinarily efficient cleaning of root canal walls. The XPendo Fin isher is available in two sizes: ISO 025 and ISO 030 (Finisher R), both with a 0 per cent taper. The Fin isher R (Reinforced) dedicated to re treatment cases and the smaller ver sion (Finisher) intended for initial treatment use. 38 th International Dental Show 2019 17
SUCCESS THANKS TO INNOVATION AND DEDICATION Visit us at the IDS Cologne and discover our products manufactured with the highest swiss tradition. IDS 2019, 12-16 March 2019, Koelnmesse - Cologne www.swissdentalindustry.ch 03.2 I D058 10.2 I P008 11.1 I C018 10.2 I N048 04.1 I A038 11.1 I C030 10.1 I H050 05.2 I C050 10.2 I L010 11.3 I A009 10.2 I L061 10.2 I R068 10.2 I N010 04.2 I J029 11.3 I F010 11.3 I E018 10.2 I V016 10.1 I F061 11.3 I C010 10.2 I S018 05.2 I A010 10.1 I H008 10.2 I N058 04.1 I B020 04.1 I D059 10.2 I V030 11.1 I E020
Partner with SS White We are looking for dealers to represent our 175 year old brand and our differentiated restorative and endodontic products. Dealer Contact Michael Schwartz Booth Number - Hall 4.2 Aisle L No: 098 simply better dentistry™ 1145 Towbin Avenue Lakewood, New Jersey 08701 Visit us on the web at www.sswhitedental.com
SHOW PREVIEW industry “anaxdent is at the forefront of the 3-D printing revolution” An interview with Andreas Kopietz, founder and CEO of German dental materials specialist anaxdent. Ahead of IDS 2019, Dental Tribune International met with Andreas Ko- pietz, CEO of German dental mate- rials specialist anaxdent. In this inter- view, Kopietz, who founded anaxdent in 1999, shares his opinion on the im- plications of 3-D printing technologies for dental laboratories and explains why his company is best positioned to guide customers in this development. Mr Kopietz, one of the focus areas of IDS 2019 will be 3-D printing, which is considered a game changer in dentistry, according to the event or- ganisers. What are your expecta- tions for the show in this regard? Yes, it will be a game changer and we are prepared. We share know- ledge and information with our cus- tomers on all aspects of 3-D printing and enable them to transition their businesses from an analogue to a di- gital workﬂ ow where it makes sense. That will result in more consistent de- livery of high-end dental appliances to the beneﬁ t of patients. It will also improve the proﬁ tability of their labo- ratories, which in turn enables sus- tainable dentistry in the long term. I want customers to leave in the knowledge that anaxdent is at the forefront of the 3-D printing revolu- tion and they can rely on us, as al- ways, to provide the best solutions and products for their laboratories. Your company has recently signed a distribution agreement with the Sili- con Valley-based digital 3-D manufac- turing company Carbon. Could you please brieﬂ y comment on this? Before we signed with Carbon, I travelled globally over the last three years to research and understand the best available 3-D printing options for our customers on which to base this decision. I see anaxdent and Carbon ﬁ tting with our ethos of best practi- ces, best products—like our pink com- posite anaxgum that sits well in the workﬂ ow for the production of printed dentures. We believe that together we are offering anaxdent customers AD By Dental Tribune International a 3-D printing solution using Carbon technology that is unrivalled. In dentistry, new additive manufac- turing technologies seem to be taking over from conventional milling tech- nologies. What are the main differ- ences between the two with regard to quality, price and application in den- tistry, and are both still needed? I believe there is a place for both technologies in the market, as no single technology has the capability of deli- vering custom-made medical devices across all dental indications. I foresee a hybrid approach in the future, in which laboratories will adopt new technolo- gies to the beneﬁ t of workﬂ ow, consis- tency and improved patient care, while maintaining the critical knowledge and experience of dental technicians in de- livering a unique, custom-made aes- thetic medical device. Even if you have the best equipment, you need the skills of analogue techniques and the expe- rience of a well-educated dental techni- cian to make it happen. We speak Dental Come and visit us IDS 2019, Hall 4.2, Aisle J 090 We are experts in: Disinfection Silicones Light Curing Resin We offer: High Quality Products Made in Lindlar, Germany Over 55 Years Dental-Experience Private Label Sole Agency Let us talk about New Opportunities! Müller-Omicron GmbH & Co. KG · Schlosserstraße 1 · D-51789 Lindlar, Germany Tel.: +49 (0) 2266 47420 · firstname.lastname@example.org · www.mueller-omicron.de Andreas Kopietz, founder and CEO of anaxdent. One of the major topics in 3-D prin - ting is printable material. How is anaxdent approaching this issue? We are working with our key part- ners in the development of ﬂ owable printable materials that will cover a number of indications, and anaxdent is best positioned to deliver these solu- tions to the market as soon as they be- come available. Come and see us at our booth at IDS, where we will be demon- strating the ﬁ rst steps in our concept. minilu’s tenth anniversary surprise minilu.de is celebrating its tenth anniversary with special offers and a competition with thousands of prizes. from minilu.de,” emphasised Gärtner. In doing so, minilu WaWi helps to avoid material bottlenecks, saving time and money. You can also use the minilu WaWi system to record articles from other suppliers. Online, thus always up to date As the system is fully integrated into the minilu shop, no software needs to be installed at the surgery. Material due for removal or transfer can easily be scanned via a mobile app. The whole process is online, so everything is always up to date. Prac- tical tutorials quickly teach users how to operate the system. This la- test ad dition to minilu.de’s services demonstrates again that the com- pany is deserving of its reputation as a friend of surgery and laboratory staff. “We identiﬁ ed the opportunities of online trading at an early stage, but wanted to be more than your run- of-the-mill online warehouse. We wanted to stand out from the crowd— with minilu and a special design in pink,” explained minilu.de CEO Veith Gärtner. “minilu soon found her way into the hearts of surgery and laboratory staff.” The concept, after all, was hard to resist: fast deli- very of products from brand manu- facturers at amazingly low prices. Wide selection and expert training Today, minilu.de offers one of the widest selections in a web shop. With more than 45,000 listed items, it serves customers in Germany, Aus- tria and the Netherlands. Besides its store offering, it provides live we- binars and video tutorials via the minilu Academy to enhance user ex- pertise in daily practice. Easy, faster ordering Unveiling the latest coup of minilu.de, Gärtner said, “We’re go- ing to roll out a user-friendly inven- tory control system, the minilu WaWi, in March 2019, which will make it easier to manage stock. It will let sur- geries and laboratories keep an eye on their stock and manage it effort- lessly.” minilu WaWi will simplify reordering as well, as the system uses consumption statistics to let users know when stock is low and suggests appro priate product or- ders. “Stocks can thus be replenished within the shor test space of time with the ease and speed customers expect
DIRECT SYSTEM V EN E E R OCC L U S ION VD PO S T & CO R E P ED I AT R IC C ROWN COM PO S I T E SH A P ING TH E F U T U R E O F D EN T I S T R Y W I TH F UNC T ION & E S TH E T IC S VENEERs & OCCLUSIONVDs MA XILLA MANDIBULA NEW - PEDIATRIC CROWNs NEW - POST & CORE ANTERIOR PREMOL AR MOL AR UP UP UP & LOW MA XILLA MANDIBULA UNIVERSAL POST (WHEN TOOTH WALLS REMAINING) ANTERIOR PREMOL AR MOL AR LOW LOW UP & LOW Convince yourself and tr y our products at a live hands-on station at the edelweiss booth. We are happy to welcome you at Hall 11.3, Stand D068 – E069. www.edelweiss-dentistr y.com
SHOW PREVIEW industry TBR—A game-changing implant manufacturer Focus on demanding materials and high quality n Since its establishment in 1925, German company EVE Ernst Vetter has developed into one of the leading providers of rotary polishing instru- ments. With over 100 employees, EVE offers both dentists and dental technicians a comprehensive range of grinding and polishing instruments with particular emphasis on high quality. These include demanding materials such as composites, cera- mics, zirconia and lithium disilicate. In collaboration with leading material manufacturers, its range is under continual development. Under the slo- gan “Perfect surfaces”, EVE aims to further optimise the areas in which it has already excelled and to tap into new industrial segments. In addition, the company operates a certified quality management system for the development, production and sale of medical and industrial products. EVE products are available world- wide and are distributed via a net- work of experienced trade partners. For more information, visit EVE at IDS (Hall 4.1, Booth A099) or www.eve-rotary.com 7 n The TBR Group is an interna- tional company with headquarters in Toulouse in France, the Euro- pean capital for astronautics. We have specialised in the design, manufacture and marketing of unique dental implant, aesthetic and equipment solutions for over 30 years. We aim to become an ir- replaceable partner to dental pro- fessionals around the world and share the same ambitions—to offer patients the best possible func- tional and aesthetic restorations— and are here to support your services with high-quality prod- ucts. Providing dentists with the unique technology of the Z1 im- plant, we concentrate our effort on being the right partner for dentists, boosting their practices thanks to innovative products with unique benefits for their patients. dence in the quality of their implant services. Z1—The unique tissue level implant with a zirconia collar The philosophy of the Z1 is clear: it was specifically designed to suit the anatomy of every patient. It is the only tissue level implant that adapts selected materials— zirconia and titanium—to the sur- rounding tissue. Several genera- tions of Z1 implants have succeeded each other with the same goal: to bring our users the highest-level technology, surgical protocols, cli- nical outcomes and cost-effective- ness. United around this incom- parable game-changing technology, Z1 users can rapidly learn how to benefit from its advantages, ensur- ing peace of mind and total confi- Unlike other dental implants, which often involve several surgeries, the Z1 implant combines these two no- ble and biocompatible mate rials for better healing and long-term success of the treatment. The Z1 implant is placed in one procedure in the dental practice, thus protecting the patient’s gingivae. Only the Z1 offers an aes- thetic, protective and long-lasting solu- tion thanks to the ceramic at tissue level, which mimics the colour of the patient’s teeth—a benefit that patients understand and love! For all these reasons, the Z1 is as unique as each patient’s smile! Dentists can obtain more infor- mation at www.tbr.dental or during IDS in Hall 4.1, Booth A58. 7 AD 25th company anniversary and new product highlights is coming to Prague 21–24 May 2020 Prague, Czech Republic www.ROOTS-SUMMIT.com n This year, material specialist Eisen bacher Dentalwaren ED is celebra ting its 25th anniversary and is highly motivated with re- gard to the future. The company is well known for its large selection of biocompa tible non-precious metal alloys and product variants such as casting alloys, milling discs and cobalt–chromium powder. At IDS 2019, Eisenbacher will be present- ing interesting new products in Hall 3.2 at Booth A030—C039, such as the zirconia Kera Zr-Disc prod- uct line, which consists of five dif- ferent zirconia types, from opaque to aesthetic multilayer discs, and is complemented by matching col- ouring liquids in 16 harmonious shades for dipping frameworks and matching stains. Eisenbacher will be presenting a new soft milling cobalt–chromium sintered metal, Kera Soft-Disc, which has been spe- cially designed for desktop milling machines and for use in stan- dard sintered metal systems. Eisen- bacher is a complete ma terial sup- plier for CAD/CAM systems and traditional dental techno logy seg- ments. More information: www.eisen- bacher.de 7
Citrox: A closer look at Perio Plus+’ secret ingredient AD UTheU uniqueU formulationU ofU CURAPROX’sU newU PerioU Plus+U seriesU isUlargelyUthanksUtoUtheUworkUofUtwoU men:U ChristophU Fiolka,U aU chemistU UspecialisedUinUoralUcareUproducts,UandU HowardUThomas,UaUproliﬁUcUmicrobio- logistUwithUaUpassionUforUnaturalUhealthU products,UwhoUsadlyUpassedUawayUthisU pastUOctober.UTheUchlorhexidine-basedU formulaU ofU theU series’U mouthwash,U toothpasteU andU gelU wasU improvedU withU aU naturalU supplementU toU opti- miseUtreatmentUresults.UTheUnewUfor- mulation’sUsecretUingredient?UCitrox. “WeU wereU lookingU forU aU naturalU antibacterialU toU useU inU dentalU prod- ucts,”U saysU RichardU Thomas,U mana- gingU directorU ofU CuraproxU UKU andU HowardU Thomas’sU son.U “ThereU wereU onlyU threeU mainU existingU onesU thatU wereU veryU oldU andU theyU allU hadU aU numberUofUnegativeUaspects.UInU2004,U IUcameUacrossUtheUsubstanceUweUnowU callUCitrox,UandUimmediatelyUstartedU thinkingU aboutU itsU beneﬁUtsU fromU aU dentalUpointUofUview.” HowardU spentU theU followingU thirteenU yearsU tryingU toU understandU exactlyU howU theU bioﬂUavonoidU reactsU andU whatU exactlyU makesU itU suchU aU potentU antibacterial.U TheU ﬁUrstU Citrox-U basedU mouthwashesU followedU shortlyU afterwardsU andU provedU toU workU amazinglyU well.U ShortlyU beforeU hisU death,U HowardU updatedU theU CitroxU formulationU andU presentedU itU toU Christoph,UwhoUperfectedUitUandUde- velopedU theU PerioU Plus+U productU Useries.U Howard’s legacy “DuringU theU PerioU Plus+U project,U IU mostlyU workedU withU Howard.U IU al- waysU experiencedU theU collaborationU asUveryUexciting,UinstructiveUandUcon- structive,”UChristophUsays.U“HowardU hadUalreadyU studiedU aU varietyU ofU Cit- rox’U featuresU andU applications,U soU UneedlessUtoUsay,UheUhadUanUincredibleU wealthUofUexperience.UIUreceivedUthreeU basicUformulationsUforUtheUmouthwash,U theU gelU andU theU toothpasteU fromU him,U whichU IU thenU expandedU toU aU totalU ofU sixU recipesU andU adaptedU toU meetU ourU needs,U suchU asU creatingU aU moreU UpleasantU taste.U Also,U theU combinationU ofUCitroxUandUpolylysine,UanotherUna- turalU antibacUterial,U keepsU CitroxU inU theUmouthUforUaUlongerUperiodUofUtimeU andU activelyU preventsU irritationU andU toothU discolouration,U twoU commonU sideU effectsU ofU purelyU chlorhexidine-U basedUproducts.UThereUisUstillUaUlotUofU Howard’sU approachU inU theU formula,U ifUnotUmostlyUhis,UandUhisUformulationsU areUtheUbasisUforUtheUentireUPerioUPlus+U range.” A natural alternative WithUaUmoveUtowardsUmoreUnatu- ralUproductsUinUtheUmarket,UCitroxUsetsU aUnewUgoldUstandard.U“TheUsubstanceU isUsourcedUfromUbitterUoranges,UwhichU peopleU haveU beenU usingU asU foodU forU centuries,”U ChristophU explains.U “ThisU meansU thatU peopleU haveU alreadyU got- tenUusedUtoUtheUingredientsUandUnoUsideU effectsUareUexpected.”UAsUsubsequentU cytotoxicityUstudiesUhaveUshown,UthisU UChristophUFiolka,UdeveloperUofUtheUﬁUnalUformulationUofUtheUPerioUPlus+UproductUseries. isUexactlyUtheUcase.UWhat’sUmore,UthereU seemsUtoUbeUnoUresistanceUtoUtheUprod- uctU range,U whichU makesU theU intro- ductionU ofU CitroxU evenU moreU exciting,U asUitUcouldUtheoreticallyUlimitUtheUuseU ofU antibioticsU andU theU rampantU prob- lemUofUantibioticUresistance. “Citrox ticks all the boxes” “ApartU fromU beingU all-natural,U or- ganicUandUhypoallergenic,UtheUbeautyU ofUCitroxUisUthatUitUisUveryUeffectiveUatU killingU bacteriaU atU veryU lowU levels,”U RichardU says.U “CitroxU ticksU allU theU boxes.U MostU importantly,U itU hasU theU amazingUabilityUtoUbreakUdownUbioﬁUlm,U theUbeginningUofUallUoralUdisease.”UAsU aUresult,UCitrox,UcombinedUwithUchlor- hexidine,UisUmoreUeffectiveUthanUchlor- hexidineU onU itsU own.U TakeU plaqueU forU example—bacteriaU hideU inU plaque.U UCitroxU breaksU downU theU bioﬁUlmU andU theU remainingU bacteriaU areU leftU ex- posedU toU theU chlorhexidine,U whichU isU whyUPerioUPlus+UisUmoreUeffectiveUthanU anyU otherU antisepticU thatU onlyU usesU chlorhexidine.U OrU asU RichardU con- cludes:U“It’sUaUdoubleUwhammy.” VisitU CuradenU duringU IDSU inU HallU5.2UatUBoothUC050–F059UtoUlearn,U experienceUandUtasteUmore.U 38 th International Dental Show 2019 25
SHOW PREVIEW industry Miglionico—dental units of exceptional Phasor composite quality made in Italy! heating system This patent-pending device is the ﬁ rst of its kind, using near-infrared technology to rapidly warm compo- site compules. At the touch of a but- ton, Phasor is able to heat any com- posite material to 65.6 °C in under one minute, and sustain a constant temperature throughout the en- tire procedure, unlike conventional war mers. Materials remain highly sculptable, non-sticky and easily shaped. Dentists are continually looking for innovations that improve patient outcomes while shortening chair time. Phasor addresses both of these. Firstly, heat signiﬁ cantly lowers the material viscosity, thereby impro v- ing adaptation and polymerisation, and reducing voids, microleakage and the risk of secondary caries. Secondly, improved depth of cure al- lows for larger incremental layers to be placed, providing higher degrees of enhanced procedural efﬁ ciency, including easier and quicker bulk ﬁ lls and reduced curing times, sa v- ing valuable time overall. The lowered material viscosity also greatly re- duces the hand pressure needed to ex- trude composite material, resulting in faster, ergonomic delivery. Find out more by visiting us at IDS (Hall 11.3, Booth K029) or www.vista-dental.com, calling +1 877 418 4782 or e-mailing info@ vista-dental.com PULPDENT ® DENTAL INNOVATION SINCE 1947 The ﬁ rst manufacturer of dental units in southern Italy, Miglionico, was founded in 2000. Today, we sell dental units in over 40 countries worldwide. We work with high-qual- ity materials such as polyurethane, glass, ceramic and stainless steel for maximum hygiene and durabil- ity. The units are made in Italy and the entire production process takes place within the company itself. We aim to always find the best technological solutions in order to offer innovative products. Our NICE GLASS dental unit embodies the brand’s values of technology, safety and quality. The control keypads al- low for the intuitive and safe han- dling of the unit. The operating space can easily be adjusted to indi- vidual needs, owing to the self-bal- ancing arms with automatic lock- ing and the possibility of choosing the type of back-rest. The ceramic cuspidor is removable and autoclav- able and can be rotated 180° with a smart hydro case that slides com- fortably open and closed. The unit is available in four conﬁ gurations. For further information, visit us in Hall 10.2 at Booth V032 at IDS 2019. Learn more at www.miglionico.eu AD Success Every Time BioACTIVE Means Better Patient Outcomes • Seals out microleakage – A major cause of caries under crowns. • Perfect for all substrates. Proven for Zirconia and e.max. • Shock absorbent. Removes stress from bonded surfaces. • Resists wash out. Helps prevent open margins. #ACTIVABioACTIVE Learn more at www.pulpdent.com/activacement 26 38 th International Dental Show 2019 PULPDENT ® Corporation 80 Oakland St. Watertown, MA USA 02472 T: (617)926-6666 /F: (617) 926-6262/ email@example.com/ www.pulpdent.com
Highest precision is not the objective. It’s the precondition. Chris V., CDT Visit us: hall 10.1, booth E-040 If you aim for perfection, look out for the new R5, a milling and grinding machine which inspires even the most experienced dental technicians. Highly automated with a ten-fold blank material while combining high precision with maximum speed – all on a minimal footprint. Find out more: vhf.de/R5-en
SHOW PREVIEW industry Produits Dentaires to introduce new irrigation needle at IDS 2019 An interview with Marketing and Communication Director Alexandre Vieira about IrriFlex, a new-generation irrigation needle. By Dental Tribune International Produits Dentaires (PD), a family- owned company that has built a strong international brand synonymous with Swiss quality, will be launching new products and introducing its new digi- tal corporate identity at IDS 2019. Ac- cording to Marketing and Communi- cation Director Alexandre Vieira, the event will mark the beginning of a new era for the company. One of the products that will be launched is IrriFlex, a new-generation irrigation needle that Vieira says performs po- werful and complete irrigation of the root canal. Produits Dentaires will be launching a number of products at IDS. The com- pany’s R & D departments must have been busy leading up to the event. Indeed, the team that has worked on these projects did a fantastic job. We are proud to announce that IDS will see the global unveiling and launch of ﬁ ve new products from PD. We will be introducing a new PD MTA White formula, a new range of PD paper points, a new range of PD gutta- percha points, EssenSeal, an exclusive root canal obturation sealer featuring tea tree essential oil (melaleuca), and IrriFlex, an innovative irrigation needle that will set a new standard in root canal irrigation. AD Let’s focus on the IrriFlex needle. Let’s focus on the IrriFlex needle. Can you tell us about its design? Can you tell us about its design? IrriFlex is a new generation of irri- IrriFlex is a new generation of irri- gation needles designed to enable gation needles designed to enable more effective cleaning and disinfec- more effective cleaning and disinfec- tion in root canal therapy owing to its tion in root canal therapy owing to its unique ﬂ exibility and exceptional unique ﬂ exibility and exceptional irrigation capabilities. irrigation capabilities. What is different about Irri- What is different about Irri- Flex? Flex? The IrriFlex needle solves The IrriFlex needle solves a common problem for dentists: a common problem for dentists: how to irrigate complex root ca- how to irrigate complex root ca- nal systems completely and ef- nal systems completely and ef- ﬁ ciently. Combining a soft ﬁ ciently. Combining a soft polypropylene polypropylene body body with a unique lateral solu- with a unique lateral solu- tion delivery, PD has designed a tion delivery, PD has designed a closed-ended 30 gauge needle that can closed-ended 30 gauge needle that can easily adapt to the canal anatomy, irri- easily adapt to the canal anatomy, irri- gate effortlessly and clean areas pre- gate effortlessly and clean areas pre- viously impossible to reach. The result viously impossible to reach. The result is enhanced cleaning and irrigation is enhanced cleaning and irrigation for a more efﬁ cient and comfortable treatment compared with conven- tional metal needles. How does the needle perform in cleaning and irrigation, and what treatment beneﬁ ts does it offer? moval of residue—such as debris, smear layer and bioﬁ lm—in areas im- possible to reach with conventional metal needles. The needles are made in Switzerland, produced in a clean room certiﬁ ed ISO 7, and delivered in individually sealed pouches designed for single-patient use, thus maximising safety. With this new needle, PD helps general dentists and specialists to per- form root canal irrigation more efﬁ - ciently, comfortably and safely. What does IrriFlex tell us about the company’s growing portfolio? IrriFlex is the cornerstone of our expansion strategy in the dental irri- gation segment. Our expertise in the design and manufacture of plastic in- jection moulded parts has opened doors to new opportunities in R & D. We are exploring new concepts to- wards improved removal of hard and soft deposits from root canals. IDS is now just around the corner. What else can readers expect to see at the PD booth? IDS is an excellent opportunity for PD to meet with dental professionals and introduce new treatment con- cepts. We are delighted to offer free courses, provided by two experts, directly at our booth. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Dr Riccardo Tonini of Italy and Dr Lucia Zaugg of Switzerland will be providing ﬁ ve daily lectures under the theme “Irri- gation to obturation and beyond—both clinical application and hands-on”. It will be an excellent opportunity for all participants to familiarise them- selves with our new products and the MAP System, which is a big plus for professional obturation and repair therapies. Participants can register by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Alexandre Vieira, PD. PD’s patented needle design PD’s patented needle design encompasses two side encompasses two side vents, positioned back vents, positioned back to back at the tip for to back at the tip for powerful lateral ir- powerful lateral ir- rigation, and the rigation, and the design has a tape red shape to design has a tape red shape to match root canal prepa ration, un- match root canal prepa ration, un- like metal needles. The four per cent like metal needles. The four per cent tapered design maxi mises the shear stress along the root canal walls to improve mechanical cleaning efﬁ - cacy. The IrriFlex needle safely per- forms powerful and complete irriga- tion of the root canal to improve re- Secure and effective for dentist and patient. With DENTILINE you can offer your patients beautiful smiles by using invisible and effective aligners. 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industry D A Vector celebrates its 20th anniversary The key factor in the development of periodontal disease is the presence of periodontal pathogens in the gingi- val pocket or in the peri-implant sul- cus. A central element in the treat- ment of this disease, for which there are many different causes, is the sub- gingival removal of bioﬁ lm and cal- culus with simultaneous preservation lation, conventional sonic and ultra- sonic instruments produce vibrations in removing deposits. This leads to irritation and loss of substance on the root surface. The introduction of the Vector principle by Dürr Dental in 1999 represented a real breakthrough and revolutionised pe riodontal ther- apy. The high standards of the three tem. Another advantage of the Vector method is that it gives therapists the option of using a polishing suspen- sion with the rinsing ﬂ uid. The addi- tion of this hydroxyapatite- based po- lishing suspension aids the removal of subgingival bioﬁ lm and smooths the root surface. The Vector Fluid po lish specially developed for this purpose of regene- of regene- rative tissue. rative tissue. For de cades, For de cades, For de cades, cleaning the perio- cleaning the perio- dontal pockets with hand instru- ments was regarded as the method of choice. This was often associated with great time and effort for the therapist, and the procedure was often painful for the patient. However, over time, an increasing number of dentists concluded that the invasive removal of calculus and inﬂ amed tissue may actually hinder regenera- tion. This prompted the world of den- tistry to seek alternative solutions. Sonic and ultrasonic in struments established themselves as an alterna- tive to the classic hand instruments for gentler cleaning of the root surface without sharp instruments. The pur- pose was to achieve effective cleaning while preserving regenerative tissue. Depending on the direction of oscil- units available today (Vector Paro with Paro handpiece, Vector Scaler with Scaler handpiece and Vector Paro Pro with both handpieces) are the result of a unique history of deve- lopment by Dürr Dental as a pioneer in the ﬁ eld of linear vibration deﬂ ection both in the past and in the future. Thanks to the 90° deﬂ ection of the ultrasonic vibrations, the instruments in the Vector series only move axially parallel to the root surface, which enables vibration-free and minimally invasive treatment. This allows clini- cally efﬁ cient and atraumatic treat- ment using ultrasonic energy. The linear direction of movement and the large selection of individually shaped instruments make it easier to work even in anatomically difﬁ cult-to-access areas. The tooth substance is pre- served and the bioﬁ lm and hard de- posits are removed thoroughly yet more gently than with any other sys- by Dürr Dental optimises the po- lishing and reduces hypersensitivity after the treatment by sealing the dentinal tubules, thus minimising the transmission of sti muli. In recent years, the Vector system has gained a ﬁ rm place in pe riodontal mainte- nance. The unique technology is a reﬂ ection of Dürr Dental’s system- based approach, evident in all the divisions of the company, in keeping with its motto: “The best, by design”. The major anniversary of the Vector system this year not only stands for 20 years of successful periodontal the- rapy with a unique complete system for subgin gival and supragingival ap- plications, it is also a milestone for the further development of the system. Learn more at www.duerrdental. com or visit the company’s booth (Hall 10.1, Booth E030–F039, F030–G039, F040–G041) at IDS. PRINT EVENTS EDUCATION SERVICES DIGITAL The World's Dental Marketplace Hall 4.1 Booth D060/F061 www.dental-tribune.com
SHOW PREVIEW industry Check out the newest intraoral scanners, including 3DISC’s Heron IOS, at IDS n In March, IDS opens its doors to exhibitors and dental professionals from all over the world. Dentists at tending to gain an overview of the market for intraoral scanning and digital dentistry will experience a complete showcase of scanners. With this amount of diversity, how can a dentist navigate this rapidly deve loping marketplace? To help with this, 3DISC provides, from our experience, the top five selection criteria to keep in mind: 1. Technical features: Open ar chitecture and the ability to scan in OBJ, STL and PLY offer the flexibility to work with any openplatform soft ware. Overall accuracy and digital scan quality should also be consid ered. 2. The weight, size and ergonom- ics of the scanner impact its daily use. 3. The learning curve and ease of use are relevant for both time in vested in each scan and training staff to operate the scanner. 4. The range of restorations your practice needs, and whether this re quires an advanced or less advanced model should be considered. 5. The price model is key, as some solutions come with an addi tional data plan and ongoing costs, such as licence fees. With a onetime affordable payment, you can in effect redirect the cost for impression mate AD rial to pay off part of your intraoral scanner investment. Another way to gain more knowl edge is to look for independent re search in the field. Industry players often work with scientific teams who provide valuable independent re search to both dentists and manufac turers. 3DISC recently joined a study in digital dentistry at Aarhus Univer sity to contribute to the research and gain important knowledge and feed back for the future development of our Heron IOS. The purpose and re sult of the study is to help general practitioners navigate in this field, by providing independent scientific research. “We cooperate with many manu facturers of scanning devices, and we put all scanners through a standard test protocol, investigating different aspects of digital dentistry in prostho dontics,” Dr Yasser Haddadi of Aarhus University’s Department of Dentistry and Oral Health told 3DISC. “By test ing the scanners clinically, as well as in laboratory settings, we gain and share that knowledge with manufac turers to improve and expand the dig ital field.” 3DISC then asked Haddadi to give his take on the current situation of the competitive landscape: “The intraoral scanning field is very competitive and dynamic and has been for some years. Previously, there was a huge gap between the field leaders and the newer scanners, but I believe the new players are ra pidly catching up,” he said. So, don’t miss out on the new scan ner solutions on display at IDS—there’s sure to be the right solution for you. At IDS, 3DISC is showcasing Heron IOS, one of the newest in traoral scanners on the market. A compact colour scanner weighing only 150 g, it is easy to use, ergo nomic and available at a onetime affordable payment with no addi tional costs. If a reasonable price, ergonomics and simplicity in daily use form part of your selection cri teria for an intraoral scanning solu tion, come by 3DISC’s booth at IDS for a demonstration and try the scanner yourself. The 3DISC team is standing ready to help you at Booth B010–C019 in Hall 2.1. 7 ® C L I C K The ﬁrst and only post-hygiene teeth whitening TYPICAL IMPROVEMENT 4-5 SHADES* VITA CLASSIC** IN JUST 10 MINUTES WITHOUT GUM PROTECTION COSTS ONLY 10 E Carbamide Peroxide 16% (5,6% HP) 10 minutes with light activation *based on 3.638 treatments registered with BlancOne PRO app **Color scale for bleaching VISIT US 38TH International Dental Show Cologne, 12- 16 March 2019 Hall 05.2 - Space A38-B39 LIVE DEMO IDS S.p.a. - Via Valletta San Cristoforo, 28/10 17100 Savona - Italia - Tel. 019 862080 - Fax 019 2304865 email: firstname.lastname@example.org - www.idsdental.it www.blancone.eu/pro
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SHOW PREVIEW science & practice Direct stratiﬁcation composite veneers By Dr Jordi Manauta, Italy Introduction n In the past, the most frequent concerns related to dentistry were healthy teeth and an attractive smile. The demand for aesthetic and conser vative dentistry has increa sed signifi cantly in the last decade owing to pa tient desires. Nowadays, aesthetics matters—perfect smiles are a must, and it has been proved that they in fluence the patient’s selfesteem and psychosocial well being.1 Based on scientific statistics and clinical data, direct stratifi cation composite veneers offer a valid solution for aesthetic reha bilitation in the anterior region. Less expensive than a traditional ceramic solution, direct stratifi cation composite veneers can be per for med in a single treatment session and can be modified during the stratification process to meet the patient’s needs. AD Additionally, the evolution of standard and nanofilled compos ites has led to improved mecha n ical properties and wear resis tance.2, 3 A recent metaanalysis of prospective studies on anterior composite restorations showed a median overall estimated survival rate of 84.6 % after five years of clinical service.3 Most common complications re lated to direct stratification com posite veneers are fracturing, caries, staining, colour deterioration and change in surface roughness.3, 4, 5, 6, 7 However, the easy repair properties of composite materials may solve these complications. Furthermore, direct restorations do not need enamel roughening, as etching with phosphoric acid is enough to im prove bond strength. Technique Direct stratification composite veneers entail the direct application of one or more layers of composite resin directly to the tooth structure. The composite is then sculpted to the desired colour and shape, allow ing aesthetic restoration to be ge n erally accomplished in a single appointment.8 Different tools can be used to re store the correct shape and the emer gence profiles of anterior teeth. Pre viously, the most common procedure for restoration using direct stratifi cation composite veneers entailed the restoration of interproximal and cervical margins in two different steps, using two posterior matrices for the interproximal margins and a matrix band cut to a specific shape for the restoration of the cervical area, respectively. In the case we report on in this article, we opted for the new Unica anterior matrix from Polydentia, as it simplifies the procedure, allow ing the dentist to directly restore the emergence profile and cervical and interproximal margins in a single step. Employing this new matrix, the tooth’s surfaces are first prepared and cleaned to ac commodate the composite veneer. The matrix is then positioned on the teeth and fixed in place. Usu ally, plastic or wooden wedges can be used to ensure a proper fixing of the matrix. As an alternative, for example in the case of wide Class III restorations where the wedge placement could compro mise the interproximal profile by collapsing the matrix into the ca vity, a liquid dam (e.g. myCustom Resin, Polydentia) can be used to hold the matrix in place. Composite stratification is then performed. First of all, the emer gence profile is restored followed by mo delling of the palatal walls. A rough tooth morphology is then reconstructed with the application of one or more layers of composite and sculptured with one or more layers of composite. The final shape of the tooth is then contoured using burs, abrasive discs and polishing appliances.
science & practice SHOW PREVIEW Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 1: The initial clinical situation showing the maxillary anterior teeth with unsatisfactory ana tomy and the fractured tooth #11. We decided to proceed with a comprehensive aesthetic rehabilitation of the anterior teeth through direct stratification composite veneers. Fig. 2: The isolated field after cleaning, disinfection and polishing of the tooth surfaces. Different methodologies can be used to restore the emergence profiles of anterior teeth. We used the Unica anterior matrix. Fig. 3: Unica anterior matrices placed on central incisors. In this case, the intrinsic rigidity of the steel matrices and the presence of intact contact points ensured good stability and fixed the matrices without the need for wedges and resin. In addition, the convex shape of the matri ces makes it possible to position the rubber dam more effectively in the cer vical area, guaranteeing better iso lation of the operating field. Case report The patient, a 52yearold wo man, came to our attention dissatis fied with her smile. She presented with maxillary anterior teeth with an inadequate anatomy and a frac ture of tooth #11. The clinical exa mination revealed cariesfree teeth and satisfactory oral hygiene. After the anamnesis and clinical exa m ination, we decided to proceed with four direct composite veneers on all central and lateral incisors using a fully adhesive and additive technique with minimal prepara tion. The following images of this case illustrate the direct composite veneering procedure using the new Unica anterior matrix. AD 11.1 D10 Fig. 4 Fig. 4: A view of the central incisors highlighting the surface preparation. Comfort for you, too. The difference is in the details. The A-dec 500 chair is engineered for better dentistry. The pressure-mapped upholstery comforts the patient, while the thin graceful backrest optimizes ergonomics and brings you in close. Lasting innovation. True comfort. For you and your patient. Fig. 5 Fig. 5: The clinical situation after buildup of the proximal walls of tooth #21. First, a universal system adhesive was used to increase the bond strength to the enamel before proceeding with the direct stratifi cation of both the mesial and distal proximal walls using enamel composite. The same procedure was then repeated on the second central incisor. Visit a-dec.com/thedifference to find out how every detail behind an A-dec solution furthers the health of your practice.
SHOW PREVIEW science & practice Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 Fig. 6: After buildup of the proximal walls, the palatal walls were modelled in order to imitate the angulation of the tooth, using a small amount of enamel composite placed on the finger. The enamel composite was then pressed on to the palatal sur face and the pre viously modelled proximal guides and lightcured. Fig. 7: Composite veneer stratification: first, a layer of dentine was placed. Fig. 8: A second layer of enamel was placed to mimic the shades of the tooth and modelled to the final shape using a spatula and brushes. The image shows the composite veneers on the central incisors before contouring and prefinishing and then reconstructing the next tooth. Fig. 9: After contouring the central incisors using the same methodo logy described before, we proceeded with the direct stratification of the composite veneers on the lateral incisors. AD Be a part of something extraordinary. Fig. 10 Fig. 10: Emergence profile build up on tooth #22. Once the material had been photopolymerised, the matrix was separated and pulled off for a better view. Fig. 11 Fig. 11: The image shows the composite veneers on teeth #12 and 22 before proceeding with the contouring, finishing and polishing. The contouring and finishing were performed with a low speed diamond bur. The low speed allows the dentist to achieve better control of the movement and improve the surface smoothness, even in the case of a coarse grit size. Prepolishing was then performed using a brown spiral wheel (3M) and polishing paste (Diamond Twist SCL, Premier Den tal). Extragloss finishing can be achieved using a buff wheel. Conclusion Thanks to the evolution of com posite materials, direct stratification composite veneers are nowadays a valid, quick and less ex pensive solution for aesthetic rehabilitation in the anterior region. Successful aesthetic and functional results are nevertheless strongly dependent on the operator’s understanding of ad hesive processes and his or her sculpting ability. Different tools and procedures can help the clinician to properly restore the emergence profile. Among these, the new Unica anterior ma trix stands out because of its sim plicity and versatility, allowing the dentist to quickly and easily restore both cervical and interproximal profiles at the same time, greatly reducing the chair time and bringing aesthetic restorations within every one’s reach. 4–8 September 2019 Moscone Convention Center 3 DAYS OF EXHIBITION SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME 5–7 SEPTEMBER 2 HALF DAYS (4, 8 SEPT) & 3 FULL DAYS (5-7 SEPT) MORE THAN 1,300 STANDS 200 WORLDWIDE SPEAKERS 40,000 M2 OF EXHIBITION SPACE MORE THAN 30,000 PARTICIPANTS Abstract submission deadline 1 April 2019 Early-bird registration deadline 30 April 2019 www.world-dental-congress.org
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SHOW PREVIEW science & practice Fig. 12 Fig. 13 Fig. 14 Fig. 15 Fig. 12: The immediate outcome after rubber dam removal. Fig. 13: The clinical situation after final polishing and texturisation of the restoration. This image was taken at the 30day checkup after the restoration. Fig. 14: The clinical situation after final polishing and texturisation of the restoration. This image was taken at the 30day checkup after the restoration. Fig. 15: Clinical situation three months after the restoration. AD About the author and is frequently invited to lecture on these topics. Manauta runs a pri vate practice. Learn more at: www.polydentia.com 7 Editorial note: A complete list of refe- rences can be obtained from the publisher. Dr Jordi Manauta was born in Mexico City in Mexico, where he graduated cum laude in dentistry from the Universidad Tecnológica de México and was apprenticed to Dr Miguel Angel Tamés (Mexico) and Dr Walter Devoto (Italy). Manauta continued his studies with a master’s degree in operative and aesthe tic dentistry at the Uni ver sitat Inter nacional de Catalunya in Barcelona in Spain. He is a visiting lectu rer at the Siena and Seville univer sities in Italy and Spain, respec tively. He has deve loped va rious mate rials and instruments for aesthetic dentistry and photography in col la boration with inter national companies. Dr Manauta is the author of the book Layers: An Atlas of Composite Resin Stratifi ca tion (Quint essence, 2012). He is a scientific con sultant for two Euro pean journals, and au thor and co author of many publications in international journals Dr Jordi Manauta, Mexico.
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SHOW PREVIEW industry Handy Surgery: OXY Implant Fixo line Beyond the simple dental unit In recent years, the importance of dental clinics spe- cialisinv in sur- vical treatments, and maxillofacial survery in par- in- ticular, has creased. However, the equipment that was available on the market was unable to keep up with this ris- inv trend. With the Handy Survery product line, Tecnomed Italia was able to rep- licate the most important characteris- tics of a real operatinv room, produc- inv products inspired by a dental unit, but with more advanced func- tions. Made entirely in Italy and de- sivned to meet all the needs of a pol- yclinic, this product ranve is ideal for AD specialised medical clinics that offer a wide ranve of services, includinv dental, cosmetic, dermatolovical, vy- naecolovical and otolarynveal treat- ments. Handy Survery is synonymous with: – Versatility—the equipment and ac- cessories can be adapted to the in- dividual needs of each clinic. – Linearity—the minimal desivn and materials that are used vive the en- tire ranve a professional and streamlined visual look, sendinv a messave of cleanliness and safety to patients. – Exclusivity—the entire line has two patents that certify its uniqueness and level of innovation for profes- sional orthodontic treatments and more. The main feature of the product line is the Morpheus dental chair. Due to its four motors, it can easily be transformed into a survical bed, adaptinv itself to a dental profes- sional’s every need. Aspirol and Maycart, the water vroup and the quiver, respectively, both with a cart, represent maximum versatility and can be approached or moved away from the intervention area. Thanks to the Quadriled lamp, the area of inter- vention is hivhly illuminated and free of shadows, plus, it is as handy as a dental lamp. Would you like to become a dis- tributor of the Handy Survery line? To request an appointment at IDS (Hall 3.2, Booth G070), complete the form at http://bit.ly/app-hs-riv. More information can be found at www.dentalsurveryunit.com The Fixo line con- sists of one-stave im- plants, ideal for the surveon planninv an immediate loadinv procedure. The one- piece body intevrates a multi-unit abutment with an anvu- lation of 0°, 17° or 30°, in order to re- solve the lack of parallelism conse- quent to the insertion of implants with different inclinations. In con- sequence, Fixo is safe, as the absence of a connection between the implant and the abutment helps avoid prob- lems resultinv from bacterial inﬁ l- trations and micro-movements. The chamfer is of a considerably reduced size. In the morpholovically worst case (17° anvulation of the multi- unit abutment platform and 2.0 mm with the consequent safevuard of the bone quantity. The connection between the prosthe- sis and Fixo is realised with an M1.8 screw, which is 2.5 mm in lenvth and can be tivhtened to a torque of 30 Ncm. In this way, the problem of the possible breakave of the small M1.4 screws conventionally used for screwed pros- theses, owinv to the considerable mas- ticatory loads, is prevented. Considerinv the perfect co- axiality of the multi-unit abutment and implant monobloc and the re- duced diameter of the chamfer, Fixo is easy to use with the most popular vuided survery systems. With these characteristics, durinv its insertion, collar), in rotatinv Fixo around the ver- tical axis its outermost point is on a 4.8 mm diameter circle , compared with the 7.0 mm diameter obtained in the same way with a conventional multi-unit abutment and implant sys- tem. This means that, even in the most unfavourable situation, Fixo can be in- serted without the use of bone mills, there is no interference with the vui- dinv sleeves positioned in the survi- cal vuide. The template is easily re- moved at the end of the intervention. Fixo is available in diameters of 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 mm and lenvths of 10.0, 11.5, 13.0, 15.0 and 17.0 mm. More information can be found at www.oxyimplant.com Ultimate patient comfort Your practice revolves around your dental chair, with every pa- tient sittinv there whether for a check-up or an implant. If your dental chair is desivned to suit the space and workﬂ ow of your prac- tice, it can make a sivniﬁ cant dif- ference to the efﬁ ciency and level of service that your patients receive. This is particularly important for dentists with a larve number of restor- ative cases, where the patient may be in the chair for a prolonved period. Advanced and comfort-focused dental equipment, such as the A-dec 500, can help keep patients comfortable and re- laxed, even durinv lonv procedures. The A-dec 500 has a pressure- mapped, contoured back-rest—with- out thick upholstery—for superior pa- tient comfort and shoulder and elbow support provided by armrests that pivot forward, ensurinv you have un- compromised access to the oral cavity. A-dec’s award-winninv A-dec 500 LED dental livht, with its brivht day- livht-balanced livht temperature and unique cure-safe mode for workinv with composites, contributes to an er- vonomic workinv environment. The broad spread of livht and innovative stadium effect from the overlappinv LEDs minimises shadowinv, and the softly feathered livht pattern reduces eye fativue. If you are lookinv to invest in new dental equipment this year, make sure to stop by the A-dec Booth D010 at IDS, located in Hall 11.1, to discuss the most ervonomic options for your practice. 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SHOW PREVIEW travel What else Cologne has to offer Are you a night owl? Do you enjoy ﬁ ne art? Do you have a sweet tooth or crave fried foods? A detour into the heart of Cologne can fulﬁ ll these and many other desires. The trendy bar Zum scheuen Reh is located next to the Köln West train station and is perfect for starting the evening: get to know some Cologne locals while enjoying a couple of long drinks and the live music on offer in the bar’s outdoor area (www.zum- scheuen-reh.de). Every Thursday is Gin & Tonic day and glasses are served for only €2—different brands of gin can be tried for an extra €1. Afterwards, you can hit Bu- mann & SOHN, which is close to the Ehrenfeld train station. It is here that beer garden atmosphere meets urban industrial vibes, and where the dynamic, alternative ﬂ air of the young district can be felt best (www.bumannundsohn.de). Coming early pays off! The next destination is STAPEL. BAR, which is located within walking distance from Bumann & SOHN at the heart of the Helios district. At STAPEL.BAR, you can buy freshly bre- wed Gaffel Kölsch from the barrel and experience a colourful music pro- gramme, including DJs, live acts and local artists (www.stapel.bar). Are you intrigued by the original steel dart- board? Then this is also the place for a casual round of darts. If you are in the mood for dancing, you can spend the rest of the night in the northern part of Cologne between Ehrenfeld and Nippes, at the Odonien nightclub to be exact. Apart from concerts, plays, ﬂ ea markets and open-air ﬁ lm showings, you can dance to predomi- nantly electronic club music in the midst of obscure metal sculptures and impressive ﬁ reworks. Arts and culture As far as arts and culture are con- cerned, Cologne has a great deal to offer. In the special exhibition “Andy Warhol—Pop goes art”, the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln is pre- senting a private collection not pre- viously shown to the public. The ex- hibition features sketches and drafts and almost every record cover de- signed, conceptualised and produced by the artist. Moreover, the Wallraf- Richartz-Museum is showing 130 loaned works from well-known col- lections and museums in the US and Europe. The survey exhibition “Once upon a time in America” features pieces from over 300 years of Ameri- can art, including works by Edward Hopper, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. In addition, the “Under the magnifying glass” exhibition at the Museum Schnütgen is highly recom- mended, as is the anniversary exhibi- tion “All under heaven”, which cele- brates 40 years of the Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst Köln. However, an insider tip is to visit the Museum Ludwig at the Cologne Heinrich-Böll-Platz. The gallery, which resembles the Tate Modern in Lon- don in terms of its artistic content, is exhibiting works from British art- ists David Hockney and Richard Hamilton until April 2019. Further in- formation on the exhibition sche dule can be found online (www.museum- ludwig.de). In addition, if you enjoy watching historical retrospectives, previews or premieres of independent ﬁ lm pro- ductions, then the Filmforum NRW is for you. The entrance is situated on the south side of the museum (www. ﬁ lmforumnrw.de). Another highlight for cineastes is the ODEON: the cosy, retro-style movie theatre often shows interesting European art-house pro- ductions (www.odeon-koeln.de). Theatre-goers can attend the pre- miere of Werther by Johann Wolf- gang von Goethe at the Freies Werk- statt Theater Köln on 15 March (www. fwt-koeln.de). And music lovers can enjoy concerts by the talented Elec- tronica musician RY X in the Carls- werk Victoria on 13 March and Man- fred Mann’s Earth Band in the Kantine on 16 March. Food and drinks Whether you are interested in music, literature or history, Cologne and its peculiarities are best explored with a full tummy. For quite some time now, an unofﬁ cial institution of the city has been the falafel. Usually, it is freshly made with coriander or parsley (either Lebanese or Syrian style) and fried to perfection. In Co- logne, these spicy chickpea balls taste like nowhere else in Germany— preferably with a giant spoon full of tahini. Try it yourself: take a stroll down Venloer Street in the young, vi- brant district of Ehrenfeld and see how long you can resist the smell of the various oriental bistros and cafés. The best falafel can be found at the traditional Habibi (www.habibi-koeln. de), in doughnut shape at Vegan Food Revolution (www.vegan-food-revolu- tion.de), at Beirut while enjoying a beautiful view over the Rhine (www. beirut-restaurant.de) or at the au- thentic Libanon Restaurant (libanon- restaurant.metro.bar). In case, however, your tastes are more carnivorous, then you should pay Karl Hermann’s a visit. Also lo- cated on Venloer Street, here you will ﬁ nd high-quality burgers with freshly minced and succulently grilled meat patties—free from anti- biotics—in a ﬂ uffy brioche bun (www. karl hermanns.de). If you still have some room left afterwards, you can hit Frittenwerk Köln for some deli- cious homemade fries (www.fritten- werk.com/koeln). Enjoy ones made from regular or sweet potatoes with chive-and-cheese topping. Whatever you choose, make sure to also try the lemon aioli and the homemade gua- camole. Naturally, humans are no goats and these large amounts of salt need to be counteracted some- how, which is why a visit to one of the Kölsch-serving traditional res- taurants is a necessity. Enjoy a chilled Kölsch beer like a true local at Bierhaus en d’r Salzgass or Wein- haus Vogel, where not only simple, authentic Cologne food is served, but the spirit of the city can be ex- perienced. Heinrich Böll, Jacques Offenbach, Konrad Adenauer and Anne Will— their stories could not be more differ- ent and yet they all share one thing: their birthplace. Cologne, which is considered to be the stronghold of both the German carnival tradition as well as the art trade, has some- thing for everyone. With all of the cultural and culinary offerings that characterise this always-laughing city, you will certainly get your money’s worth once the IDS halls close each day. Read on for tips and suggestions for fulﬁ lling your thirst for urban ad- venture! is definitely worth spending an evening at one of these. During IDS, you should also con- sider taking a break, every once in a while, to rest your feet. And what better way to do so than by enjoying a piece of homemade pie and a cup of hot cof- fee? Visit the cosy and slightly hidden Kaffeebud Ehrenfeld (www.kaffeebud. net) to ﬁ nd out what a “third wave” cof- fee is. If you’re looking for something a little less fancy, you might prefer Cafecafe Ehrenfeld (www.cafecafe.de). With coffee close to its heart, this café offers refuge from the hustle and bustle of the Rhine metropolis in the form of Cologne in the day Yes, the landmark of the Rhine city might be the Cologne Cathe- dral, but Cologne has so much more to offer. For instance, a trip to the Heinzelmännchen fountain, the city hall, or the Melaten cemetery is highly recommended. The last cov- ers an area of over 435,000 m2 and features many impressive memo- rials and tombs. If you want to get to know Cologne from a completely different perspective, however, then the “So wor et fröher” district tour could be something for you. The tour explores Cologne’s red-light district as it was during the sixties and seventies in the area between Eigelstein and Friesenviertel. The Kölner Lachexpedition, in contrast, could be considered quite the oppo- site to this lascivious trip into the city’s past (www.lachexpedition.de/ touren / koelner -lachexpedition). The sightseeing tour, initially de- veloped by Klaus-Jürgen “Knacki” Deuser, among others, offers a uni- que mix of informative anecdotes and entertaining comedy. Lastly, you can experience the traditional brewhouse culture of Cologne ﬁ rst- hand in a 2-hour tour that includes all kinds of local breweries—both well-known ones and local secrets (www.koeln-brauhaustouren.de). In terms of both history and taste, it creamy lattes and authentic New York- style cheesecake—also not to be over- looked is the breakfast, which includes homemade spreads that come highly recommended. Just a couple of blocks down the street is a locale that will appeal to you if you have a predisposition to nostalgia: Café Schwesterherz offers a quaint coffee-house vibe and a fa- miliar living room atmosphere (www. schwesterherz-koeln.de). If you are longing for a holiday feel, however, a visit to Sabor ’ermoso is just the ticket: between surfboards hanging on the walls and little Spanish deli- cacies, the cappuccino in this café tastes almost twice as good. Loca- ted in the south of Cologne, Sabor ’ermoso is the perfect place to un- wind and recharge your batteries after a busy day of dental business in the halls (saborermoso.com). Cologne at night Enjoy your stay at Cologne even after the doors of the IDS trade fair have closed. After all, you will be in one of Germany’s most vibrant and charming cities. As the sun goes down, Cologne reawakens in a dif- ferent light: after hitting a “Büdchen” kiosk for a beer—or two—to go, locals will make their way to their favourite Kölsch-serving bar, so why not join them? 44 38 th International Dental Show 2019
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SHOW PREVIEW service Useful information and travel tips Day ticket for students (valid upon presentation of ID): €7.50 Visitors who purchase tickets on- line are eligible for limited free travel to and from the exhibition venue. See the event website for more informa- tion: www.ids-cologne.de Admission on site Day ticket: €17.00 Two-day ticket: €21.50 Season ticket: €27.00 Day ticket for students (valid upon presentation of ID): €8.50 IDS app With an exhibitor search func- tion and a detailed hall and product directory, the IDS app can help visi- tors to make the most of their trip to the trade fair. The app also provides information about travelling to and from the event, and access to Match- making365, a service for sending en- quiries to and making appointments with exhibitors before and during the show. The app can be downloaded free from the App Store and Google Play. Organisers Koelnmesse and the Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Dental-Industrie (GFDI), the commercial enterprise of the Associa- tion of the German Dental Industry (VDDI) Venue Koelnmesse, Messeplatz 1, 50679 Cologne, Germany Exhibition opening hours Daily from 9:00 to 18:00 for visitors Daily from 8:00 to 19:00 for ex- hi bitors Admission online Day ticket: €13.00 Two-day ticket: €17.00 Season ticket: €21.00 AD Press and media Free copies of today, the inde- pendent, bilingual trade show news- paper, will be distributed on-site to provide visitors with the latest infor- mation from IDS 2019, including new product launches and tips on what to do in Cologne. Daily news updates, photographs and videos will also be available online during the show at www.dental-tribune.com. Internet Wi-Fi is available free of charge via the WLAN network #hotspot. koeln messe after registering on the portal site. Passport and Visa Schengen regulations mean EU nationals do not require a visa to enter the Federal Republic of Ger- many. Additionally, passport hold- ers of 62 other nations may enter the country without a visa for busi- ness and travel purposes and re- main for up to 90 days. All other for- eign nationals must hold a valid visa to visit the country. Visit the website of the Federal Foreign Of- ﬁ ce for the most current informa- tion: www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en Getting to Cologne Travellers from around Europe and further aﬁ eld can get to Cologne by air, rail or car. Cologne Bonn Air- port is served by most European and international airlines and is located just outside of the city. Düsseldorf Airport is 65 km from Koelnmesse and the European aviation hub of Frankfurt Airport is located around 180 km from the fairground. Travellers arriving by air can take advantage of special prices be- ing offered by the IDS ofﬁ cial air- line, the Lufthansa Group, and those travelling by rail can make use of dis- counted fares offered by the German train service, Deutsche Bahn. See the IDS site for comprehensive travel information: www.ids-cologne.de Airport transfer The IDS organisers recommend that visitors use rail services to reach Cologne and Koeln- messe from the Cologne Bonn, Düsseldorf and Frankfurt air- ports. Cologne Bonn Airport has its own train station, and Line 13 on the suburban railway or the Re- gional Express will bring visitors to the Köln Messe/Deutz train sta- tion in around 12 minutes. Taxis depart from the airport at Termi- nal 2, and a fare to the city costs between €25 and €30. A rail jour- ney from Düsseldorf Airport to Cologne will take about an hour, and the Cologne main station (Köln Hauptbahnhof) can be reached from Frankfurt Airport in just over 50 minutes using Germany’s high- speed ICE trains. See the IDS travel link already given for detailed in- formation. Banking and currency Germany uses the euro as legal tender and the exchange rates as at 17 January were €0.87 to US$1, €1.12 to £1 and €0.00807 to ¥1. Buy local currency at reputable ex- change ofﬁ ces, located at airports and most train stations, or banks. Credit card usage in Germany is not as prevalent as in other countries and is limited to larger department stores, hotels, petrol stations and some restaurants. Debit cards are more widely accepted, but some businesses and restaurants only ac- cept cash. Ask at the counter before being seated. Banks are generally open during business hours on weekdays. Medical insurance Germany has a high standard of medical care, but emergency treat- ment for non-EU citizens can be costly. A health insurance policy for IDS visitors and exhibitors from abroad is highly recommended. Tourism links www.germany.travel/en www.lonelyplanet.com/germany www.cologne-tourism.com Editorial/Administrative Ofﬁ ce ARGE IDS today GBR Dental Tribune International GmbH OEMUS MEDIA AG Holbeinstraße 29 04229 Leipzig Germany Phone +49 341 48474-302 Fax +49 341 48474-173 German e-paper issue www.zwp-online.info International e-paper issue www.dental-tribune.com Publisher Torsten Oemus About the publisher Representative, DTI GmbH Torsten Oemus Representatives, OEMUS MEDIA AG Ingolf Döbbecke, Lutz Hiller, Jürgen Isbaner Managing Editors Jeremy Booth (V.i.S.d.P.), Claudia Duschek Production Executive Gernot Meyer Production Max Böhme, Alexander Jahn, Nora Sommer today will appear in advance of the 38th International Dental Show in Cologne, 12–16 March 2019. The news- paper and all articles and illustrations therein are protected by copyright. Any utilisation without prior consent from the editor or publisher is inadmissible and liable to prosecu- tion. No responsibility shall be assumed for information published about associations, companies and commercial markets. General terms and conditions apply; legal venue is Leipzig, Germany. 46 38 th International Dental Show 2019
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