ZimVie (Nasdaq:ZIMV) announced that it launched its RealGuide CAD and Full Suite modules for its digital dentistry software platform.
The Westminster, Colorado-based Zimmer Biomet spinoff plans to debut the offerings at LMT Lab Day in Chicago today.
ZimVie’s CAD (computer-aided design) module introduces software for restorative design and manufacturing. The company said this allows for detailed and sophisticated implant and tooth restoration. Full Suite ties the CAD module to RealGuide’s existing Plan, App and Guide modules. This creates a seamless workflow across the ZimVie digital dentistry platform, according to a news release.
The company plans to introduce the offerings to the European market next month at the International Dental Show in Germany.
ZimVie said its new CAD module simplifies its restorative digital workflows, providing solutions for all restorative indications in one software environment. The module guides users through its interface with intuitive icons and wizards. Combined with proprietary new free-form tools, users can visualize and modify a design in ways analogous to traditional dental tools.
RealGuide also has cloud licensing, eliminating the need for owning and managing physical software dongles.
“The release of our CAD module and its integration with our FULL SUITE marks a turning point for digital dentistry,” said Indraneel Kanaglekar, SVP and president of ZimVie Dental. “Our digital platform helps users streamline dental practices and labs of all sizes, which can help contribute to successful patient outcomes and provide the foundation for future digital workflow innovations in the ZimVie dental portfolio.”
ZimVie said this introduction follows the launch of its RealGuide Sandbox tool. Sandbox simplifies workflows and creates customized environments with individual protocols and libraries.