What are the benefits of Geomagic Piano for dental equipment manufacturers?
Tooth extraction aftercare is a joint surgery that many healthcare providers forget about. It can be just as painful as the original procedure, and patients may experience multiple issues aftercare, including infection and inflammation. You should clean and lubricate the area immediately after the extraction with ice packs and warm compresses. Follow your dentist’s instructions regarding pain medication for several days after the procedure. Using the cleaning floss every day will help prevent infection and preserve your veneers.
By leveraging Geomagic Piano technology and the Geomagic Agile Development Platform, dental equipment manufacturers can achieve a rapid development framework that shortens time-to-market and permits the integration of legacy systems with leading-edge technology. Geomagic Piano’s open platform enables immediate interoperability with imaging and manufacturing systems to provide a standardized software interface that reduces training times for distributors and end-users.
- Should I include the primary carrier’s explanation of benefits (EOB) when submitting a claim to Washington Dental Service if WDS is the secondary carrier?
- What if I have limited dental benefits available through my Federal Employee Health Benefit (FEHB) Plan? How does this affect my MetLife dental claims?
- Are there any special requirements to ensure compatibility of the DAC 64 with equipment made by other manufacturers?