How exocad License Expiration Works

This page provides information regarding exocad license expiration. Not paying the exocad update fee in the due time will cause your license to be expired. Payment due date for all exocad licenses are 45 days prior to the actual contract expiry date. If the end user does not make the payment for the license update or respond to the notification emails by the payment due date, it will be considered that the end user is opting out of updating their exocad license. An expired exocad license will have several consequences, depending your license type. If an exocad license expires, For Perpetual license users: - Users CAN continue to use the license as-is - Users CANNOT update to the latest update - Users CANNOT add new modules - Users CANNOT transfer the license to another reseller - In order to update an expired license, the user must pay the Refresh Program [...]

2020-01-14T14:48:30-05:00August 28th, 2019|

Ideal dental implants—key steps to creating a perfect match

April 27, 2016 By DentistryIQ Editors Experienced Fox Dental Services expert shares best practices to help dentists improve their results. Implants are a growing and lucrative component of a dental practice, and the importance of the pre-op work cannot be underestimated. Fox Dental Services in Glastdentistryiq.com/…q/en/authors/diq-editorsonbury, Connecticut, is a full service dental lab that has helped hundreds of dentists perfect their implant procedures for better patient results and reduced chair time. “An implant requires precise planning to get it right the first time,” said Brian Fox, owner of Fox Dental Services. “I look at the planning as a team effort. When building a house, it takes months of planning and making sure all the details are worked out before you really start the building process. The implant analysis is the time when all of the details are worked out, so there are no surprises at the end. Everybody gets what they [...]

2020-01-14T17:55:23-05:00May 23rd, 2016|

BioMin Technologies commercializes remineralizing toothpaste technology developed by British researchers

April 18, 2016 Posted by DentistryIQ Editors, Apex360 Editors BioMinF, a new remineralizing toothpaste developed by researchers from Queen Mary University of London and Imperial College London and commercialized by BioMin Technologies, contains a patented repair technology that helps to remineralize enamel, prevent decay, and treat sensitivity while the user sleeps. BioMinF features a new remineralizing toothpaste technology designed to prevent tooth decay and sensitivity. Toothpastes containing the patented BioMinF technology slowly release calcium, phosphate, and fluoride ions over an 8- to 12-hour timeframe to form fluorapatite and rebuild, strengthen, and protect tooth structure. "Using remineralizing toothpaste makes teeth far more resistant to attack from acidic soft drinks like fruit juices and sodas," said Professor Robert Hill, BSc, MsC, PhD, DIC, the chair of dental physical sciences at Queen Mary, University of London, who led the team that developed BioMin and won the 2013 Armourers and Brasiers Materials Science Venture [...]

2020-01-14T17:56:44-05:00May 23rd, 2016|

Straumann Becomes Majority Shareholder in Dental Wings

Straumann Becomes Majority Shareholder in Dental Wings Dental Wings announced that straumann has increased its ownership position in the company from 44% to 55% with an option to increase to full ownership by 2020. The founders an executive management of Dental Wings will remain with the company and retain operational control. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.  

2020-01-15T12:02:47-05:00September 14th, 2015|

Ivoclar Vivadent Donates $100k in Nepal Aid

Ivoclar Vivadent Donates $100k in Nepal Aid As an expression of solidarity and contribution to helping the people left destitute by the earthquake in Nepal, Ivoclar Vivadent pledged $100,000 for immediate aid to the Red Cross, which is helping the survivors at the disaster Scene.  

2020-01-15T12:03:41-05:00September 13th, 2015|

Research Indicates Further Decrease in Laboratory Numbers by 2017

Research Indicates Further Decrease in Laboratory Numbers by 2017 A report released in June 2015 predicted that the number of dental laboratories to continue to drop over the next 2years. NADL(national Association of Dental Laboratories ) released a market research study predicting that the percentage of dental lab business in the US will have decreased by 39percent from 2006 to 2017. The research was compiled by Valmont Research and the US department of Labor; Bureau of Labor Statistics. In 2006 there were 12,250 Dental Lab all 1-person or more laboratories with a payroll. Between 2006 and 2014 that number decreased to 7,732 indicating a 36.9% Decrease.  

2020-01-15T12:04:28-05:00September 12th, 2015|


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