"L'ill Johnny" here. Taking a moment away from recklessly spending my trust fund/inheritance/ill-gotten gains/windfall/whatever to ask for some details on the competition. Can anyone tell me what the competition has to offer that functions like the Epic? That is, what is BIOL selling against and is the existing technology really inferior?
Maybe a dentists or two can weigh in with an explanation of what they currently use, why the Epic is superior and if a real lice dentist thinks it's time to buy an EPIC.
L'ill me assumes it's reasonable, and prudent, to ask what BIOL sells that will bury the competition, OR is BIOL offering a marginal improvement at premium prices.
BTW: Still waiting for results from the nationwide survey to determine dentists' intentions on going laser.
Alta Modular Laser System Wins 2013 iF Product Design Award
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
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Joining the ranks of the iPod and MacBook Air is the Alta Laser system from Dental Phontonics. The innovative laser has won the prestigous iF Product Design Award for 2013. There were over 3,000 entries for the jury to review this year, making their final selections in Hannover Germany.
The dental industry is no stranger to the award, with past winners including Sirona, Planmeca and J. Morita.
The Alta Laser System allows the dentist to expand the laser as their needs grow with different modules. The core of the unit remains the same, utilizing a 25 watt seminconducter laser for all applications.