Ammerbuch/Hauppauge, August 22, 2019: vhf’s dental milling machine Z4 continues its march through all important dental trade shows in the U.S. Next stop: the annual meeting of the American Dental Association and the FDI World Dental Association in San Francisco from September 4–8.
vhf’s Z4 mill for same-day restorations will be showcased by Patterson Dental, who added the Z4 to their portfolio in February, at booth 1153. Since users widely benefit from the validation with established scanners and design software, visitors can experience the fully integrated workflow with the Z4 during the Patterson and 3Shape education session “Digital Future of Dentistry”. In addition, exocad’s ChairsideCAD and the Z4 can be experienced at booth 6363, where prefabricated titanium abutments will be live-milled.
vhf’s new distribution partner DentCore will display the Z4 at booth 6457. Pearson Dental Supply, another Z4 reseller, can be found at booth number 5370.
Dr. Nicolas Rohde, the CEO of vhf Inc. is delighted that the Z4 generates such great interest. “It’s wonderful to see that our partners pair the Z4 with great intra-oral scanners and CAD software, and successfully sell the Z4 as part of complete and very competitive CAD/CAM systems. We’re proud of the Z4, which definitely sets new standards in ultra HD milling and user convenience.”
The Z4 is a high-end milling and grinding machine that allows restorations to be fabricated from any block material within mere minutes. Currently, 38 block materials from 20 manufacturers and more than 190 titanium prefab abutments from 11 manufacturers can be processed, offering customers complete independence. In addition to restorations of glass ceramics, PMMA, zirconia and composites, also prefabricated titanium abutments can be finished with unreached precision.
Combined, the ADA and FDI represent one million doctors of oral health in 130 countries. This year, Oscar-nominated actor and producer Mark Wahlberg will be the keynote speaker of the ADA FDI 2019 Opening Ceremony and General Session at the Moscone Center.