Discover the world of Planmeca Group’s veterinary solutions

Discover the world of Planmeca Group’s veterinary solutions

We offer a wide range of high-quality equipment for veterinary professionals. Designed with the collaboration of veterinarians, our dental care solutions are optimally suited for the daily workflow of veterinary clinics.

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Veterinary dental care

We offer sharpen-free hand instruments, lighting, and seating options for the dental suite.

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Veterinary imaging

From 3D scanning to 2D intraoral imaging, we have a state-of-the-art solution to fit every veterinary radiography need.


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Veterinary imaging software

Our advanced and easy-to-use Planmeca Romexis software provides veterinarians a complete set of tools for 2D and 3D diagnosis and treatment planning – all in one software.

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Planmed launches Planmed Verity® VET – a high-resolution CT scanner for veterinary 3D imaging

16.09.2020



Planmed is proud to introduce Planmed Verity® VET, a stand-alone cone beam CT scanner specifically designed for veterinary imaging. It provides highly accurate submillimeter-resolution 3D images of the animal’s bony structures, such as the teeth, skull and extremities. Its detailed volumetric images enable accurate diagnosis and treatment planning every time.

Interview with Dr. Buelow: More than meets the eye

08.09.2020



Fabio, a young pug, was experiencing extreme swelling and discharge from his eye. Dr. Buelow, a board-certified veterinary dentist, saw symptoms that led her to believe that the case was more than it seemed on the surface. Our interview with Dr. Buelow explains how the more detailed dental anatomy taken on a Planmed Verity® CBCT can lead to a precise diagnosis.

Case report: Polar bear’s unique dental operation in Finland

10.12.2019



In the early autumn 2019, the Ranua Wildlife Park’s dedicated staff suspected one or more of the resident female polar bear's teeth might be causing pain for the sow. Veterinary professionals from across the Nordic countries quickly assembled in Ranua to perform a unique dental treatment with the assistance of the Planmeca Group.