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Envista says dental markets are recovering

August 6, 2020 | Business

BREA, Calif., U.S.: Dental practices are struggling during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and so too are the companies that supply them with equipment and consumables. Envista Holdings cut its operating costs by more than $100 million (€84 million) between April and June and still posted an operating loss of close to $108 million. Staggering drops in earnings are the current reality for Envista and its competitors, but the dental giant said that recovery in dental markets is picking up pace.

W&H and Planmeca approach the Indian market together

December 1, 2016 | Business

BANGALORE, India: European dental manufacturers W&H Dentalwerk and Planmeca have joined forces on the dental market in India. Comprising a shared office centre in Bangalore and a specialised customer service network, the collaboration between the two companies is aimed at exploiting synergies in offering a comprehensive and unique product portfolio to dental professionals in the country.

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CDE: Restorative workshop tour with Dr.Walter Dias

November 29, 2016 | Business

Dentsply-Sirona concluded a Restorative workshop Tour with Dr Walter Dias from 4th- 6th November 2016 in the cities of Bengaluru, Mumbai & New Delhi. Dr Walter Dias is a Prosthodontist with focus on adhesive & composite dentistry. He has a vast clinical experience with over 40 publications & research abstracts, more than 300 presentations in around 50 countries on themes as diverse as direct and indirect composite dentistry, impression material techniques, dental anatomy, photography and presentation skills.

The future is here: New dental fillings that will repair tooth decay

November 7, 2016 | Business

The first data on dental fillings that can actively repair tooth decay as presented by Professor Robert Hill, who is the Chair of Physical Sciences at the Institute of Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London and the co-founder and director of research at BioMin Technologies, UK.

UK’s Biomin Technologies partners with Group Pharmaceutiacls to launch a new toothpaste in India

November 7, 2016 | Business

New toothpaste, the first product in India to incorporate BioMinF as its active ingredient, is being launched in India. Elsenz, which puts back the lost minerals from tooth enamel, helps prevent decay and treat sensitivity while you sleep, will be available in pharmacies throughout India. The product is the result of an exclusive licencing agreement between BioMin Technologies of London and Group Pharmaceuticals whereby Group Pharmaceuticals will manufacture Elsenz toothpaste at its facility near Bangalore and bring the product to the Indian market.  

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