CS 9600 CBCT System Recognized as a Best of Class Technology Award Winner for Second Year in a Row

ATLANTA—Carestream Dental is proud to announce that the CS 9600, its smartest and most advanced CBCT extraoral imaging system, has received a 2020 Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award —the system’s second in a row. This multi-modality machine combines 2D imaging, CBCT imaging, object scanning, 3D facial scanning and optional cephalometric imaging into one powerful platform designed to meet the needs of all oral healthcare providers. The 2020 Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award is selected by a panel of the most prominent technology leaders in dentistry: John Flucke, DDS, technology editor and chief dental editor for Dental Products Report, Marty Jablow, DMD, known as America ’s dental technology coach, Paul Feuerstein, technology editor for Dentistry Today, Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, DMD, chief editor of Dentistry IQ and editorial director of DACE, Chris Salierno, DDS, Chief Editor of Dental Economics, and Lou Shuman, DMD, CAGS, founder and creator of the Best of Class Technology Award with national columns on technology in Dental Economics, Dental Products Report and Canada’s Oral Health journals. What makes the CS 9600 a winner is its smart technology that aids in first-time-right positioning and leads to more confident diagnoses. Instead of lasers, video cameras are used to help users position patients. Then, interactive guides are projected onto the patient ’s face on the system’s integrated SmartPad touchscr...
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