Henry Schein is showing off a lineup of new products at the 2022 Greater New York Dental Meeting with company experts to answer questions.
Visitors to the GNYDM can explore the company’s comprehensive portfolio of products, services, and solutions that help optimize every step of the practice workflow.
“We are excited to connect with the dental community and discuss exciting new trends during this year’s Greater New York Dental Meeting,” said Dave Steck, vice president and general manager, US dental group, Henry Schein. “Henry Schein continues to be laser-focused on providing the best possible customer experience, creating synergies with our supply chain, equipment sales and service, and other value-added solutions so our customers can leverage the combined value we offer.”
Throughout the meeting, Henry Schein will demonstrate the latest products and digital technology solutions, including lasers, scanners, and 3D printers.
Members of the Henry Schein Dental leadership team, along with representatives from 3Shape, ACTEON, A-dec, Convergent Dental, Digital Doc, enBio, Medit, Planmeca, and SprintRay, will be available to answer questions, suggest customized solutions, and demonstrate new products.
Visitors to Henry Schein One’s booth at GNYDM can explore the company’s portfolio of solutions, all designed to enhance the practice workflow, including:
- Dental Analytics: Jarvis Analytics
- Onsite Hardware: TechCentral
- Patient Communication: Lighthouse 360
- Practice Management: Dentrix, Dentrix Ascend, Dentrix Enterprise
- Patient Marketing: Officite, Sesame
Henry Schein One will also launch Dentrix Detect AI-powered and manufactured by VideaHealth, an AI-enabled X-ray analysis tool that provides real-time clinical decision support to dentists.
Its full integration into Dentrix allows it to work within existing Dentrix workflows and eliminates the need for dentists to import or export images to utilize AI analysis. The software automatically analyzes every image, helping dentists quickly evaluate radiographs and other images. As a result, dentists can provide greater transparency to patients, making treatment recommendations chairside and helping to improve case acceptance.