W&H produces top Quality dental products as dental turbines, straight and contra-angle handpieces, piezo scalers for prophylactic treatment, products for oral surgery and sterilizers for dentistry. W&H products are used in dental practices, hospitals, laboratories and surgical units around the world and are known and respected by dentists and dental surgeons for their reliability, innovation, ease of use and lack of complexity, making treating patients easier. W&H became the first manufacturer in the world to integrate sterilizable LEDs into their dental handpieces and offer a full range of innovative couplings and powerful dental motors appropriate most treatment indications in dentistry.
The current product range of W&H includes rotating instruments for restoration and prosthetics (dental turbines, highspeed handpieces, lowspeed handpieces for preparation of crown abutments and cavities), products for the field of hygiene and maintenance (sterilizers, autoclaves and reprocessing devices), instruments for implantology (surgical devices, surgical handpieces and contra-angles) and prophylaxis (air scaler and piezo scaler), as well as instruments for dental laboratories. W&H products meet all technical standards and are widely acknowledge by users and partners alike to be reliable, with state-of-the-art design and excellent price performance ratio worldwide.The W&H Company
What makes a strong project team is a variety of skills, perspectives and talents. This is Harald Sighart’s point of view, as Director of Research and Development at W&H. In an interview, he explains what makes his project teams so special.
More often than not, the phrase ‘patient communication’ is used to refer to measures such as a practice flyer, patient information sheets or even clarification sheets. Is this also how you understood it? Then you should keep reading, because there is so much more to patient communication than that. The key words here are dialogue, activity and personal connection.
All first moments have a certain sense of magic about them – after all, they are truly unique and can never be recreated. This is true for all areas of our daily lives and thus, of course, also for our visits to the dentist. Once the patient has chosen your dental practice, you then face the challenge of making a positive first impression. And maintaining it.