Through the non-exclusive deal, Zfx will act as a sales agent for the company’s iTero Element intraoral scanners amongst its network of customers, including laboratories, milling centers and dental professionals.
“The addition of iTero intraoral scanners with the Zfx digital restorative platform exemplifies our shared commitment to provide digital restorative solutions and efficiency to dental professionals. Through this relationship clinicians and laboratory technicians will be further enabled to produce high-quality dental prosthetics for their patients,” Align Tech chief marketing officer Raphael Pascaud said in a prepared statement.
The iTero scanners will allow users in Zfx-supported regions to use Zfx’s preferred digital milling and laboratory services, Align Technology said.
“Zfx provides unparalleled flexibility in the digital manufacturing of dental prostheses with an extensive portfolio of CAD/CAM components and milling solutions. Our integration and sales agent representation of iTero Element intraoral scanners further diversifies this portfolio,” Zfx managing director Oliver Hill said in a press release.