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Clinician’s Choice® Launches MPa Universal™

Posted on Monday, June 10, 2024

Clinician’s Choice is expanding their MPa family of adhesives with MPa Universal. MPa Universal offers a cost-effective and reliable solution for both direct and indirect bonding applications. It serves as a competitive alternative to existing universal adhesives, delivering efficiency and performance at an attractive price.

MPa Universal is a single-component, light-cure maximum performance adhesive developed for use with all etching techniques: self-etch, selective etch or total etch bonding methods.

Key attributes of MPa Universal include:

• Consistently High Bond Strengths: MPa Universal combines clinically proven chemistry of 10-MDP, HEMA, and ethanol as the solvent to generate high bond strength to dentin and enamel while providing a consistent dentin seal to reduce the chance of post-operative sensitivity.

• Low Film Thickness: The low film thickness of MPa Universal (< 10 microns) ensures ease of application without compromising the fit of indirect restorations.

• Efficient & Affordable: MPa Universal combines excellent clinical results, easy application with precision dispensing, and is value priced in a bottle or unit-dose.

“We’re thrilled to be adding MPa Universal to our MPa family of adhesives,” said Brian Allen, President, Clinician’s Choice. “MPa Universal offers a dependable solution that provides performance with cost efficiency for both direct and indirect restorations.”

MPa Universal marks the beginning of a number of new solution introductions over the coming months for Clinician’s Choice, delivering on the company’s commitment to provide dental professionals with innovative product solutions that help to deliver better patient outcomes. MPa Universal is available in the United States through Henry Schein Dental as well as Brasseler USA. In Canada, Clinician’s Choice products are sold by Clinical Research Dental.

To learn more about MPa Universal and other restorative dental solutions from Clinician's Choice, please visit: www.clinicianschoice.com.

About Clinician’s Choice Dental Products, Inc.

For three decades, Clinician’s Choice® has earned the trust of our customers by developing innovative products that solve clinical challenges and deliver consistent results, supported by education. With advanced knowledge of dentistry and dental techniques, we are committed to helping our clients achieve clinical excellence and improving their patient outcomes. Available in North America and in 28 countries worldwide, visit www.clinicianschoice.com to learn more about Clinician’s Choice.

 







CANDULOR Announces the Jury for the KZW Award 2025

Posted on Monday, June 10, 2024

This year, CANDULOR is once again staging its renowned dental technology “KunstZahnWerk” (KZW) Award. The KZW is almost an institution within the dental industry and offers talented dental technicians a unique platform to showcase their expertise and perfect craftsmanship. In this, the 14th edition of the competition, the aim is to solve a challenging patient case in the field of full denture prosthetics, which requires both dental technique, creativity in aesthetic realisation and a sound understanding of the functional relationships of the orofacial system. The international jury, is composed by Oliver Benz, Head of the Swiss School of Prosthetics by Candulor (SSOP), Daniel Weber, DMD, from the University of Marburg and Steven De Maesschalck, owner of the dental technology laboratory dtb Steven de Maesschalck in Ingelmunster.

The Jury

The jury for the KunstZahnWerk Award 2025 has again been made up of three renowned prosthetic experts: Oliver Benz (MDT) from the SSOP,  Daniel Weber, DMD, from the University of Marburg as well as Steven De Maesschalck, owner of the dental technology laboratory dtb Steven de Maesschalck in Ingelmunster. “We are delighted to welcome these three outstanding experts and practicing prosthodontists to our new jury," explains Alexander Ewert, Director Marketing & Education at CANDULOR. “Their expertise and passion for excellent solutions will help to make the KZW 2025 a very special showcase for full dentures."

According to a defined catalogue of criteria, the experts of the jury evaluate the submitted works. During this procedure, great importance is attached to a comprehensible model analysis, the set-up of the teeth as well as the characterization of the denture base. In addition, it will be analyzed whether the work meets the specific patient preferences. Above all, it is important to the jury that the participants learn from the case. After all, working on the patient's case is not only about practical experience, but in particular about the application of prosthetic expertise. By publishing at least one case study, participants can analyze and compare their own work for further improvement. It is also a way of sharing and transferring knowledge.

Expert knowledge at the highest level

Steven De Maesschalck studied dental technology at the Stella Maris Institute in Antwerp and graduated in 1997. Afterwards, he increasingly specialized in full dentures and perfected the GERBER technique with the help of his mentor, MDT Max Bosshart. Through him, being a close colleague of the late Prof. A. Gerber, he was able to acquire in-depth, comprehensive know-how about the GERBER system. In addition to running his own dental laboratory, he is a sought-after speaker and lecturer on GERBER set-ups and full dentures in the Benelux region and Canada.

Senior physician Daniel Weber, DMD, studied dentistry at the Philipps University of Marburg from 1998-2003. He specialized in prosthetics at an early stage and worked as a research assistant in the Department of Orofacial Prosthetics and Functional Sciences at Giessen and Marburg University Hospital after completing his studies. He received his doctorate and was appointed senior physician in 2008. Since 2009, he has been head of the special consultancy for temporomandibular joint disorders and masticatory dysfunctions. In addition to treating patients and his scientific work, he is active as course manager of the Denture Science II course in the practical and theoretical training of students in the field of dental prosthetics as well as functional diagnostics and therapy. Weber is a certified specialist for prosthetics of the DGPro, an examiner of the DGPro and LZK (Dentists' Association) in Hesse as well as a board member of the DGFDT (German Society for Functional Diagnostics and Therapy). In 2019, he was awarded the “Prize for Outstanding Teaching 2019” by the Department of Medicine at Philipps-Universität Marburg for his teaching activities.

Oliver Benz successfully completed his training as a dental technician in 1990 and says of himself: “Being a dental technician was and is my dream job.” Following his interpretation of the old craftmanship tradition, he then embarked on his years of travel and gained extensive and, above all, very varied professional experience in German laboratories, culminating in his master's examination in 2001. After holding positions as laboratory manager and key account manager at renowned dental companies, his further career led him to CANDULOR and the Swiss School of Prosthetics, where he found his true calling: first as a teacher, and since 2019 as Head of Education and developer of this unique educational initiative. This is because he has always been strongly committed to preserving important know-how and sharing it on globally by communicating knowledge and skills in an appealing manner, bundling expertise and presenting it in a didactically inspiring way. Sharing this with like-minded and interested people has always been a “matter close to his heart”. The focus was on full dentures, which always interested him greatly and challenged him to come up with sophisticated solutions.

“As a member of this year's jury, I am looking forward to receiving many high quality entries and am very excited to see which "works of dental art" we will be judging this year. We are confident that many of the participating dental technicians will create prosthetic solutions that are highly functional and virtually indistinguishable from the natural original. In the combination of excellent know-how and refined craftsmanship, prosthetics becomes a form of art, as we will no doubt see again at the Awards,” says Oliver Benz, looking forward to the competition.

For further information and participation requirements for KunstZahnWerk 2025, please visit the website:

www.CANDULOR.com/de/kunstzahnwerk-wettbewerb-2025

 







Argen Launches ArgenMODEL Pro™

Posted on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

As a leading dental lab supplier and manufacturer, Argen relies extensively on 3D resin. Our dedication to quality has driven us to develop ArgenMODEL Pro™ Resins, designed to enhance productivity while maintaining precision.

ArgenMODEL Pro™ delivers fast and accurate results for dental models, including removable, crown & bridge, and orthodontic models. We’ve meticulously engineered ArgenMODEL Pro™ to optimize color shading, printing speed, and accuracy. It comes in two carefully selected colors, Neutral Grey and Sandstone, which seamlessly complement crowns, preserving their natural appearance while delivering impeccable model accuracy. ArgenMODEL Pro™ is compatible with multiple DLP printers and is available in 1kg bottles.

More information is available at https://argen.com/store/products/36970#/.

 







Forward Science Announces Annual Gold Award Winners Honoring Excellence in Oral Cancer Screening with OralID

Posted on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Forward Science is proud to announce the recipients of the annual Forward Science Gold Awards, recognizing outstanding dedication and commitment to oral cancer screening using OralID. This prestigious award celebrates one doctor and one hygienist who consistently go above and beyond the standard of care, embodying the spirit of innovation and compassion in their practice.

This year’s distinguished honorees are Dr. James Ki Lee and Gwen Duong, RDH. Through their unwavering efforts, they have made a profound difference in the lives of their patients by promoting early detection and enhancing oral health outcomes.

Gwen Duong, RDH, from McLean DDS, has been recognized for her outstanding efforts in patient education and oral cancer screening. Her office noted, “Gwen is an exemplary hygienist who goes above and beyond to educate our patients on oral cancer and the importance of the OralID screening. She is constantly giving out the OralID informational packets, so patients are aware of what the screening entails and the risk factors, especially HPV.”

Dr. James Ki Lee, from Campus Smiles SMU, has demonstrated exceptional leadership and skill in oral cancer screening. His office praises his commitment, stating, “Dr. Lee pushes all patients to receive an OralID oral cancer screening. Not only does he inform the patient, but he also takes the time to educate the importance of the screenings with the latest technology of OralID.”

“Dr. Lee and Gwen Duong truly embody the mission of Forward Science and the spirit of the Golden OralID Awards,” said Robert J. Whitman, CEO of Forward Science. “Their dedication to early discovery and patient education is instrumental in our mission to change lives.”

About Forward Science

Forward Science is a privately held MedTech company based in Houston, Texas. Forward Science was founded in 2012 by two biomedical engineers with the goal of innovating technology to change more lives. Forward Science’s flagship product, OralID, is an award-winning oral cancer screening device that allows clinicians to visualize abnormalities that may not be seen under traditional examinations. With the success of OralID, Forward Science continued to focus on moving science forward in the oral healthcare industry by launching advance products to help patients reach their optimal oral health: SalivaMAX, BioStōm, TheraStōm and OxiStōm. Phone: 855.696.7254

Being completely vertically integrated, Forward Science designs, develops, manufactures, commercializes, and supports their products in-house, ensuring the highest quality of standards coupled with superior service. Forward Science has quickly evolved into the industry leader for providing oral healthcare products worldwide. Join Forward Science’s goal to change lives! For more information, follow us on social media, visit http://www.ForwardScience.com, or call 855.696.7254.

 







Directa USA Announces Ceramir Pediatric Crowns – "We Care for Our Children’s Health"

Posted on Monday, June 3, 2024

Directa USA, the North American subsidiary of Directa Dental Group, a renowned Swedish dental manufacturing company, is thrilled to announce the introduction of Ceramir Pediatric Crowns, a groundbreaking advancement in pediatric dentistry.

Pioneering Innovation in Pediatric Dentistry

Ceramir Pediatric Crowns set a new standard in restorative dentistry for children. Utilizing patented laser sintering technology, these crowns feature a homogeneous glass-like structure, providing natural translucency and a high-gloss surface. The crowns mimic the anatomy of primary teeth in both color and shape, ensuring a natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance.

The advanced technology used in Ceramir Pediatric Crowns allows for the creation of crowns with very thin walls. These crowns can be easily repaired chairside with additional composite material, enabling minimally invasive procedures and preserving as much tooth structure as possible.

Commitment to Pediatric Dental Care

The introduction of Ceramir Pediatric Crowns underscores Directa’s dedication to innovation and excellence in pediatric dental care. By leveraging cutting-edge technology, Directa offers dental professionals a superior solution for pediatric restorative dentistry, ultimately enhancing oral health for children globally.

Ceramir Pediatric Crowns are brought to you by Directa USA, the North American subsidiary of Directa Dental Group, a respected Swedish dental manufacturing company.

For more information, please visit www.directausa.com.

 

Pictured: Ceramir Pediatric Crown.







Introducing Tetric EvoCeram Aligner

Posted on Monday, June 3, 2024

Tetric EvoCeram Aligner from Ivoclar is a sculptable, fluorescent composite specially formulated for creating strong, durable composite attachments to support complex clear orthodontic aligner therapy. Optimized chemistry of the composite makes it easily visible under UV light for precise initial placement and easy removal post therapy. The 76% filler content by weight of Tetric EvoCeram Aligner creates long-lasting solutions that are stable and abrasion resistant for the duration of the aligner treatment process.

To support patients’ demands for minimal visibility and dentists’ needs to keep inventory at minimum, Tetric EvoCeram Aligner is available in a single universal T shade that exhibits high 15% translucency to ensure attachments blend with surrounding tooth structure. Also suitable for the fixation of lingual retainers, Tetric EvoCeram Aligner comes in a 3-gram syringe and .20g cavifil deliveries.

About the Ivoclar Group

The Ivoclar Group, headquartered in Schaan, Liechtenstein, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of integrated solutions for high-quality dental applications. For over a century, the company has been shaping the dental industry, enabling people to achieve the best oral health and enjoy a beautiful smile. The company’s success is based on a comprehensive portfolio of products, systems and services, strong research and development capabilities and a clear commitment to training and further education. The group of companies, which sells its products to around 130 countries, has 56 subsidiaries and branch offices and employs roughly 3,600 people worldwide. More information about the Ivoclar Group is available at ivoclar.com.

Pictured: Tetric EvoCeram Aligner from Ivoclar is a sculptable fluorescent composite for creating attachments to support clear orthodontic aligner therapy.

 







Imagine a future where every brushing is effective

Posted on Friday, May 31, 2024

An innovative solution to pediatric preventative oral care was unveiled at the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) annual meeting, held in Toronto May 23-26, 2024, that promises effective plaque removal for every child.

Introducing the NEW Willo AutoFlo+, a fully automated toothbrushing system, designed to give all children more consistent toothbrushing results.

Manual plaque removal is the mainstay of oral health, but children struggle to brush their teeth effectively, due to:

• Lack of dexterity - young children particularly may lack the motor skill development to ensure consistency

• Limited patience and focus – children can get distracted

• A lack of understanding of proper techniques

The NEW Willo AutoFlo+ toothbrush with OptiClean brush head addresses the challenges of childhood toothbrushing to deliver effective brushing through automation.

Consistent bristle positioning - for effective cleaning of facial, lingual and interproximal surfaces

Consistent brushing motion – bristles gently sweep side to side to effectively remove plaque

Consistent duration – 2-minute timer takes the guesswork out of brushing time

Manual or powered toothbrushes need to be properly positioned and are manually moved around the mouth, which can result in missing hard-to-reach areas. The new Willo OptiClean brush head ensures bristles are in contact with each tooth for the full duration of the brushing cycle, meaning every tooth surface is covered.

The plaque removal power of automation

A randomized, examiner-blinded study, showed that the Willo automated toothbrush demonstrated significant plaque removal during a single use compared to an ADA approved manual toothbrush in children aged 5-13. (p<0.001, N=63)1

• Reduction in plaque measurement ~60% after brushing with Willo compared to 20-25% with a manual toothbrush1

• Willo was superior in all areas of the mouth with up to 7.1 times more plaque removal vs the control toothbrush in the posterior lingual region1

To discover more about how pediatric toothbrushing is being transformed through the power of automation, visit www.willo.com

Reference:

1. Willo Data on File. Plaque Study 2024

 







CDOCS Introduces “Practice to Patient Blueprint for Clear Aligner Success” Hands-On Workshop

Posted on Wednesday, May 29, 2024

With clear aligner patient demand continuing to rise, CDOCS is taking a distinct approach to clear aligner hands-on training to help digital dentists on their journey to clinical excellence and economic success.

“We’ve seen workshops that tackle the business side of clear aligners. We’ve seen workshops tackle the clinical side. We are exceptionally positioned to provide expert training on both in one workshop,” said CDOCS Faculty Chair Dr. Dan Butterman. “Clear aligner therapy is a digital experience. No one has trained and supported more digital dentists successfully than CDOCS.”

Taught by Dr. Vishal Sharma and Dr. Ankur Gupta, CDOCS introduces its Practice to Patient Blueprint for Clear Aligner Success hands-on workshop. Utilizing a practice-to-patient approach over the two days of learning, this workshop uniquely combines both the integration and implementation of clear aligner protocols into the whole practice and the clinical essentials needed to deliver predictable, aesthetic results.

What Will You Learn?

On day one, attendees can expect to learn best practices and strategies for marketing, billing, team engagement, and patient acquisition.

Participants will also receive the proven “Clear Aligners Success Guide: Team Scripts to Boost Case Acceptance,” highlighting practical scenarios encountered in practices and providing detailed guidance on how different team members should respond.

On day two, the focus shifts to clinical essentials needed to deliver predictable, aesthetic results efficiently and effectively every time, including attachment placement and IPR. These methods were developed to build confidence in a dentist’s ability to do more cases and make seamless “when to treat, when to refer” decisions by implementing straightforward clinical protocols that simplify case selection, delivery, and follow-up.

“Dr. Sharma and I are practicing dentists, so we know the issues our peers face,” Dr. Gupta said. “We know it’s hard to not sound sales-y when talking clear aligners with your patients. We know case selection can be difficult. We know attachment placement and IPR can seem daunting. Well, Dr. Sharma and I have learned the strategies that have created some of the world’s most successful clear aligner practices and are ready to share them with you to address all your questions in a relatable manner.”

Who is the Ideal Attendee?

This workshop is ideal for ALL clear aligner systems and all general dentists and their team members, no matter where they are in their clear aligner journey.

About CDOCS

CDOCS, a Spear company, is the world’s largest community of digital dentists and the leading provider of digital dentistry education, equipping dental professionals with the clinical training and resources to achieve modern dental excellence. Since 2006, CDOCS has empowered members through specialized educational tracks, hands-on workshops led by experienced faculty, and supported by the world’s largest community of modern dentists. Whether new to digital workflows or a seasoned practitioner, CDOCS offers membership tiers to support continuous skill development and practice growth. As the premier destination for modern dental technology education, CDOCS is committed to helping members thrive in the digital age. For more, visit CDOCS.com.

Pictured: Dr. Ankur Gupta (left) and Dr. Vishal Sharma will be teaching “Practice to Patient Blueprint for Clear Aligner Success” Hands-On Workshop.

 







Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back & Entrepreneur Emmitt Smith to Keynote at the Productive Dentist Academy Conference

Posted on Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Productive Dentist Academy (PDA), the leading dental consulting and marketing firm in the nation, is thrilled to announce that Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back Emmitt Smith will be the keynote speaker at the Productive Dentist Academy Conference, which will be held September 12-14, 2024, at the Hyatt Regency in Frisco, Texas. This year’s conference is especially significant as it marks the 20th anniversary of PDA, celebrating two decades of excellence in dental productivity, practice growth, and creating Investment Grade Practices™ around the nation.

“We are leveling up our speakers and content this year, and inviting Emmitt Smith — an icon of perseverance and excellence — as our keynote speaker is a testament to that,” says PDA Co-founder & CEO Dr. Victoria Peterson. “To celebrate our 20th year, PDA is committed to providing an unparalleled experience for our attendees, ensuring they leave empowered and equipped to transform their practices and earn the lives they deserve to live.”

Emmitt Smith’s illustrious professional football career spanned 15 seasons, during which he set records for most career rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. His achievements include three championship rings, eight Pro Bowls, and induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Beyond football, Smith is a philanthropist, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker, which makes him the perfect keynote speaker for the PDA Conference.

“I am truly excited to present the keynote address at the Productive Dentist Academy Conference,” says Smith. “I look forward to sharing my journey and insights with productive dental professionals who are all dedicated to excellence and continuous improvement.”

The PDA Conference promises a comprehensive, full-immersion experience designed to help dental professionals increase production, decrease stress, and elevate the patient experience. Attendees will benefit from tailored learning tracks, including:

Productivity: For first-time attendees, focusing on unlocking peak productivity through scheduling, patient advocacy, team alignment, comprehensive diagnosis, financial access, and authentic marketing.

Clinical Calibration: Enhancing co-diagnosis, periodontal care, risk assessment methods, and patient communication.

Investment Grade Practice™: Aimed at maximizing practice value and positioning for long-term success, with a focus on business acumen, market messaging, and attracting high-quality employees.

“This year’s conference is designed to immediately boost productivity and well-being for our attendees,” says PDA Chief Communications Officer Regan Robertson. “With hands-on workshops and expert-led sessions, we’re excited to provide an environment where dental professionals can align their team systems, reclaim their time, and achieve their personal and professional goals.”

For more information about Productive Dentist Academy or to register for the PDA Conference, please visit http://www.productivedentist.com.

About Productive Dentist Academy:

Productive Dentist Academy (PDA) is an award-winning dental business and marketing consulting firm based in Anacortes, WA. At PDA, we know independent dentists are uncertain about the future of private practice and are concerned there may be no other option than to sell to a dental service organization (DSO). That's why PDA built the Investment Grade Practice™ platform to be the advocate and level the playing field so independent dentists can optimize profitability, improve patient experience, and align teams to the dentist's core vision. Founded in 2004, employee-owned PDA empowers thousands of dentists internationally so they can make confident decisions as a leader, re-engage their passion, and achieve financial and personal satisfaction. For more information, call 800-757-6077, email info@productivedentist.com, or visit http://www.productivedentist.com.

Pictured above: Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back & Entrepreneur Emmitt Smith

 







America’s ToothFairy Set to Exceed $20 Million in Donated Products for Safety-Net Dental Clinics

Posted on Tuesday, May 28, 2024

When Edward* brought his family to their local food pantry in Summit, New Jersey, to pick up fresh produce, his children had more than hungry bellies. Sadly, his four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son had learned to live with dental pain. Everything changed for them that day when Edward learned that the KinderSmile Oral Health Program would be visiting the food pantry to connect families with essential dental services.

Upon examination, the KinderSmile team discovered 12 cavities and the need for multiple root canals, deep fillings, and extractions for Edward’s daughter, and eight cavities in her little brother’s mouth. It was a predicament KinderSmile is all too familiar with; delayed treatment turning minor tooth decay into an urgent dental crisis.

For families like Edward’s, dental care is a luxury that is often out of reach for many reasons. 

In communities with high poverty rates or a shortage of affordable dental care providers, safety-net clinics like KinderSmile can struggle to keep up with demand. Children who live in these communities often wait a year or longer to get an appointment, leading to more costly treatment.

“Dental insurance, transportation, inconvenient hours for working parents, and lack of professionals who are willing to spend the extra time and resources to treat patients who are very young, those who may have behavioral problems, or those who need more time because of a disability, are some of the barriers that underserved communities typically face,” KinderSmile’s Founder and CEO, Dr. Nicole McGrath-Barnes, said.

In recent years the organization has seen an increase in the cost of infection control and clinical supplies required to maintain the health and safety of their staff and patients. Although their monthly supply expenses have nearly doubled, they are not seeking any additional fees from patients to close the gap and provide access to oral health education and dental care regardless of insurance status.

“We rely on donated supplies to maintain the high standard of care and volume of children that we are able to serve,” McGrath-Barnes added. “We are proud to provide dental homes with the feel of private dental offices, where patients are treated with dignity, respect, and cultural sensitivity.”

As a member of the Dental Resource Program of America’s ToothFairy, KinderSmile qualifies for free resources including donated dental supplies and equipment to help them stretch their budget and serve more children. 

KinderSmile was one of 31 nonprofit dental care providers that recently received donated dental burrs from SS White Dental, which donated more than 1.2 million dollars’ worth of carbide and diamond burrs to America’s ToothFairy. Now in their 19th year, the nationwide nonprofit organization will reach more than 20 million dollars in distributed dental supplies and equipment to their Dental ResourceProgram (DRP) members this year.

“We believe that nonprofit dental clinics are the best way to ensure that all families can access the dental home their children need to treat dental disease and prevent tooth decay from happening in the first place,” said Jill Malmgren, executive director of America’s ToothFairy. “Safety-net clinics can break the cycle of poor oral health in low-income and underserved areas with support from the dental community.”

To increase access to dental care, America’s ToothFairy leverages its partnerships with major dental companies to provide donated supplies so that nonprofit dental clinics can stretch their budgets and serve more kids than they could alone. Since 2006 DRP members have provided oral health services in under-resourced communities across the United States, serving more than 10 million kids and caregivers, including Edward’s family.

Since his encounter with KinderSmile, Edward has been bringing his children regularly for comprehensive care. After several visits the kids have been receptive to treatment, and their mouths are nearly fully restored. They will be able to start school free of pain and infection, better equipped to eat, speak, sleep, play, and learn, with better confidence and self-esteem.

“We are so thankful to have SS White as a partner to help more kids get the dental care they need to be healthy,” Malmgren added. “Our program members count on the generosity of others to expand care to the kids that need it most. Donated supplies free up resources to help our members serve more children and shorten wait times.”

“We strive to change the shape of dentistry every day. It’s critical to us that kids receive dental care and resources to improve their oral health,” said Tom Gallop, CEO of SS White. “We are proud to support America’s ToothFairy and their mission to increase access to dental care for children and teens living in underserved communities.”

Other recently donated products include an assortment from Cosmedent, GC America, and Tokuyama, toothbrushes and toothpaste from Crest and Oral-B, and dental puppets and toothbrushes from SmileMakers.

For more information about donating dental products and equipment or office supplies to the nonprofit dental care providers served by America’s ToothFairy, visit AmericasToothFairy.org/donate-a-product.

About SS White

As a dental manufacturer, SS White has always strived to bring high quality dental products to market, to enable practitioners to work more accurately and precisely, and to maximize comfort and quality for each and every patient who enters a dental office. The company proudly bears the name of its founder and continually maintains its original objective: better products for better dentistry. Learn more at www.sswhitedental.com.

About America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health Foundation 

As a resource provider, America’s ToothFairy increases access to oral health care by supporting nonprofit clinics and community partners delivering education, prevention, and treatment services for underserved children. Since its inception in 2006, America’s ToothFairy has distributed more than $23 million in donated products, educational materials, and financial grants to improve oral health outcomes for children and youth in need. For more information, visit AmericasToothFairy.org.

*Name has been changed.

 

Pictured above: Staff at Dental Health Arlington in Arlington, Texas, share their thanks after receiving donated dental burrs. To date, 31 nonprofit clinics have received dental burs from a recent donation from America’s ToothFairy and SS White Dental worth more than $1.2 million.







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