Dental Implants Made Easier With ZeusTech!

GANGWON-DO, KOREA, February 16, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Introduced nearly 50 years ago, dental implants have become a popular alternative to dentures and bridges to replace unhealthy or missing teeth since the 1970s. However, only 6% of Americans currently use implants, but that number is projected to grow to 23% by 2026 (Journal of Dental Research, 2018).

ZeusTech, a company that specializes in development of medical devices, 5-axis tooth processing machines, and EMS using linear motor technology proudly introduced the 5-axis dental implant machine to make dental operations more efficient and accurate.

To provide a better experience and environment for your patients during operations, a 5-axis machine relies on a tool moving in five different directions, X, Y, Z, and A and B, around which the tool rotates. A 5-axis dental machine allows the operator to approach the part from any direction in a single pass, eliminating the need to manually reposition the workpiece between passes, making the procedure quicker and efficient.

ZeusTech developed a 5-axis dental implant processing machine that can process zirconia and titanium simultaneously with a single device and can perform high-precision positioning using an AI algorithm.

The machine aims to improve the dentist productivity by increasing the usability of existing CAD/CAM equipment and reducing the need for physical/human resources to reduce costs. By improving the CAD/CAM equipment used, ZeusTech aims to develop general-purpose equipment that can process all kinds of materials with a single equipment, regardless of shape or material. In order to achieve these core goals, it is important to develop methods to improve machine accuracy by controlling transfer accuracy, assembly accuracy, and vibration caused by high output of the assembled spindle.

In 2017, ZeusTech entered the overseas market and the 5-axis dental implant machine became popular, widely used by dentists, dental technicians, and implant manufacturers.

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