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Henry Schein and E4D Technologies announce new agreement to roll out CAD CAM technology to Aspen Dental practices

US-based Henry Schein and medical device company E4D Technologies have announced a new agreement that will bring the latest in CAD CAM technology to select Aspen Dental practices across the US.

Under the new agreement, the E4D restorative system will help enhance the care that Aspen Dental providers deliver to patients.

The E4D system, created by E4D Technologies and exclusively distributed by Henry Schein, will provide the dentists who own and operate these Aspen Dental practices the ability to scan, design, and mill restorations right in the office with exceptional precision, speed and patient comfort.

Aspen Dental Management clinical support vice president Arwinder Judge noted CAD CAM technology is an integral component in today’s dental practice, and we believe the E4D System will excel at helping the dental practitioners at these Aspen practices deliver the highest quality patient care.

"We have partnered with Henry Schein for years to provide the dentists of Aspen Dental with the broadest selection of products and services, and believe they offer the best choices in technology-driven solutions, as well as the comprehensive support needed to optimize this technology in Aspen offices throughout the country," Judge added.

E4D Technologies DDS chief marketing officer Gary Severance noted the company is gratified that Aspen Dental chose the E4D system with its new NEVO scanning technology, intuitive design software, and proven robust milling.

"NEVO is the first scanner to use Blue Laser technology, which provides exceptional quality of data capture, 3-D video streaming and ease of use. We look forward to partnering with Aspen and Henry Schein in implementing this new capability in additional Aspen offices for many years to come," Severance added.