Ivoclar Vivadent: The Story

It all started with the production of artificial ceramic teeth. Today, Ivoclar Vivadent is a global company offering a comprehensive range of innovative products and systems for dentists and dental technicians.

What began in Zurich in 1923 with the production of artificial teeth has evolved into a leading international dental company with a comprehensive product and system range for dentists and dental technicians. Headquartered in Schaan, Principality of Liechtenstein, Ivoclar Vivadent AG has been a privately owned company since its inception. Products are shipped from here to 120 countries worldwide. As a global player, Ivoclar Vivadent has its own subsidiaries in 21 countries and with more than 2400 employees throughout the world.

Ivoclar Vivadent operates one of the largest Research & Development centres in the dental industry. A team of more than 130 experts is committed to developing integrated concepts and cooperating with renowned institutions and universities on a daily basis. Ivoclar Vivadent’s innovations are the result of the interplay of technical feasibility, market orientation and experience. Its developments have proven their worth in practical use.

Ongoing further education and training is one of the cornerstones of Ivoclar Vivadent. The International Center for Dental Education (ICDE) in Schaan is among the most modern course and training centres worldwide. Regional training centres around the globe complete the ICDE’s offerings and ensure a high level of technical knowledge and skill relating to Ivoclar Vivadent products and systems.

 

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