MELVILLE, N.Y., July 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dental professionals in the U.S. recently got a sneak peak of the new E4D® NEVO™ Scanner and Design Center, created by D4D Technologies, LLC, and exclusively distributed by Henry Schein, Inc. (NASDAQ:HSIC). The product, unveiled last month at Henry Schein Dental's National Sales Meeting, received rave reviews by dental professionals using the system for the first time.
Gary Kaye, DDS, FAGD, founder and principal dentist of New York City-based Kaye Dentistry, recently hosted a hands-on demonstration of NEVO for leading dental professionals.
"The technology that E4D has developed, particularly the scanner, is just incredible," said Dr. Kaye. "Scanning inside the mouth with most systems is very difficult to do. With NEVO, one of my associates used the new wand, and after just a few minutes was immediately getting outstanding and accurate results."
That new associate, Sarah Jafari-Namin, DMD, MS, Prosthodontics, offered the following assessment:"The system was very easy to use," said Dr. Jafari-Namin. "The hand piece is much lighter than before, which made it easier for the patient and me, and the speed of the NEVO E4D system is outstanding." "The early reviews of E4D NEVO are terrific, and we at Henry Schein Dental are very proud to be exclusively offering this new solution to our customers," said Tim Sullivan, President, Henry Schein North America Dental Group. "The introduction of E4D NEVO requires the support of a knowledgeable team working together to ensure that dental teams across the United States see and understand the product's considerable benefits to patients. We look forward to bringing E4D NEVO into our customers' practices." Among the other professionals who enjoyed a sneak preview were: Dr. Bryan Couch, DDS, from Complete Smiles Dentistry, TX; Dr. Curtis Jansen, DDS, from CEJ Dentistry, CA; Dr. Alex Schaap, DDS, from Kaye Dentistry, NY; and Dr. Edmond Suh, DDS, from Supremia Dentistry, NC. "How can dentists treat their patients better? Well, this is one CAD/CAM technology that they should be looking at," Dr. Couch said. The new NEVO system is "very fast, very forgiving, and the erase feature is over the top," said Dr. Jansen.