Sirona Dental Systems reported fiscal second-quarter revenues of $257.3 million and income of $36 million.
For the quarter (end-March 31), revenue decreased $25.4 million or down 9% in U.S. dollars compared with the same period last year, with CAD/CAM Systems, Imaging Systems, Instruments, and Treatment Centers segments all reporting decreases ranging from 6.6% to 13.8%.
Net income for the second quarter was $36 million, compared with $37.3 million in the same period in 2014.
However, revenue growth increased in the U.S. by 8.6% on strong demand for the company's imaging products and continued growth in CAD/CAM new user sales, according to Sirona.
"The positive reaction to our new products and the market's clear evolution toward digital dentistry affirmed our outlook for a very strong back half of the fiscal year, reflecting broad-based growth across our portfolio," stated Jeffrey Slovin, president and CEO, in a press release.