It is an all too common feeling that that goes along with a trip to the dentist: sitting nervously in the treatment chair waiting for everything to be over. Your dentist bends over you and mumbles a bunch of numbers that his assistance diligently records. He unexpectedly turns off his head-worn loupes. He assures you that everything is fine while you’re wondering why it all went so fast. On your way out the door, you notice the small blue logo on his loupes: a product from Carl Zeiss.
It enables your dentist to recognize even the tiniest structures and thus increase the quality of treatment. Dentistry is only one discipline in which medical systems from Carl Zeiss are used. The small blue logo can be found at your eye doctor, at the ENT specialist, in the operating room and, of course, in the lab. Ambitious research in medical technology has one objective: to development tools that make the diagnosis more efficient and the treatments more effective, thus supporting doctors in their daily work.
Innovative medical devices and systems enable doctors to provide better treatment conditions for their patients. The quality of the treatments improves, and doctors can more quickly find the causes of diseases –
a solid foundation to help you get better faster.
September 23, 2008