Straumann increases its ownership position in Dental Wings to 55%

June 15, 2015

Dental Wings is proud to announce that Straumann has increased its ownership position in Dental Wings from 44% to 55%, with an option to increase to full ownership by 2020. Although Straumann is now the majority shareholder, the founders and executive management of Dental Wings will remain with the company and retain operational control. Financial […]

Release of DWOS 5.0

April 16, 2015

Dental Wings is pleased to release an upgrade of its DWOS CAD platform. Focusing on providing the user with a better overall experience, this version renews Dental Wings commitment to provide powerful design tools and versatile yet straightforward workflows. Here are a few examples of how we achieve this: Thanks to meshing optimization, DWOS 5 […]

Introduction of our revolutionary laser milling technology

March 4, 2015

Dental Wings is proud to announce the introduction of its revolutionary Laser Milling technology, DWLM, at IDS 2015.  With DWLM, Dental Wings establishes a new category of dental production technology based on laser ablation, thus bringing additional opportunities to dentists, laboratories, and production centers to create restorations from a range of proven materials with an […]

New line of desktop 3D scanners

February 9, 2015

Dental Wings® is very pleased to announce the introduction of its next generation of robust, high precision model and impression scanners for dental laboratories and dental practices. The new systems feature a completely new look, enhanced ease of use, and improved performance . As with prior generation 3Series, 7Series, and iSeries, the new systems provide […]

Introduction of our intraoral scanner

February 9, 2015

Montreal, Canada — Dental Wings is proud to announce that it will be demonstrating its new intraoral scanning system at the upcoming Chicago Midwinter Meeting, Chicago LMT LAB DAY, and IDS in Cologne, Germany. The DWIO (Dental Wings IntraOral) system will offer a number of innovations – among which the most impactful is the extremely small scanning […]