Israeli Dental Tech Premieres at CDS 2017; Set to Re-Energize In-Office Teeth Whitening Business Across N. America

07:30 EST 8 Mar 2017 | PR Web

Mavrik Dental Systems™ revealed its new proprietary in-office teeth whitening treatment technology – Thera-Smile™ – at the recent 2017 Chicago Dental Society’s midwinter meeting.

(PRWEB) March 08, 2017

Thera-Smile treatments are delivered via Mavrik’s Thera-Oral™ system, which features a patented, first-in-man vacuum-sealed mouthpiece where delivery of medicaments is fully controlled in dosage and temperature. According to Mavrik, this promotes more immediate and dramatic whitening results, while also protecting against common tooth and gum sensitivity issues. The Thera-Oral system is user-friendly – enabling treatments by hygienist only.

According to Steve Paskin, CEO of Mavrik, “Thera-Smile finally innovates teeth whitening – the extremely popular cosmetic procedure that has seen little to no real advancements over the past two decades. We are very pleased with the high level of interest we received from dentists, hygienists, and industry media during our time at the CDS conference. We look forward to making a real, measurable clinical impact in the lives of patients and on the business success of our customers.”

Mavrik Dental Systems Ltd. is a privately held, U.S. company with proprietary technology developed in Israel. The company’s founders are Dr. Daniel Sanders and Dr. Morris Strauss, who together have decades of clinical experience. Mavrik is opening global operations in Southern California and will be initiating US-based field-testing this summer.

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