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Power of improved diagnostic capabilities and early caries treatment will deliver measurably better insights and patient care.

vVARDIS, the revolutionary oral health company leading a transformation in oral care and dentistry and VideaHealth, the leading dental artificial intelligence company, announced their unique and pioneering partnership in dentistry. Together vVARDIS and VideaHealth will enable dental clinicians to bring better preventative care to millions more patients by developing enhancements within VideaAI, VideaHealth’s dental AI platform, for the detection of early carious lesions that may be treated with Curodont™ Repair Fluoride Plus, a non-invasive enamel remineralizing technology. Both companies are working uniquely with Henry Schein, Inc., to accelerate the adoption of AI and preventative care for the benefit of dental practices and patients.

“We are excited to collaborate with VideaHealth,” said Dr. Haley and Dr. Goly Abivardi, DMDs, Founders and Chief Executive Officers of vVARDIS. “Our innovative technology has shown notable efficacy in treating incipient lesions, preserving teeth and promoting long-term dental health. VideaHealth has achieved both impressive clinical results and is the dental AI partner of choice for industry leaders, such as Heartland Dental, 42 North, and many others. This collaboration further strengthens vVARDIS’ mission to provide solutions that deliver a positive impact on dental practices and patients overall health and experience.”

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Leading dental service organizations (DSOs) and independent practices across the country have standardized on VideaHealth’s dental AI, with more than 30,000 clinicians leveraging the company’s dental AI every day, for millions of patients. vVARDIS technology has been peer-reviewed in more than 230 publications and is the product of choice for thousands of practices, with a current 20% month over month increase in sales. In the last four months alone over 100,000 teeth have been treated in the US with Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus. Dental professionals who use VideaAI or Henry Schein One’s Dentrix Detect AI powered by VideaHealth to support their clinical diagnosis, followed by Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus non-invasive enamel remineralizing technology, may help to effectively treat “watch areas” before greater disease progression occurs.

Florian Hillen, CEO of VideaHealth said, “Detection is critically important, as we know firsthand, and so is early treatment. We are fortunate to have such a unique partnership with Henry Schein, the world’s largest provider of health care solutions to office-based dental and medical practitioners. Adding vVARDIS, who is also uniquely partnered with Henry Schein, to our partner ecosystem is very exciting.”

“Thousands of dental practices and those supported by the most innovative DSOs in the country use Henry Schein One’s Dentrix Detect AI and VideaAI every day.” Hillen continued. “We are pleased to be working side-by-side with vVARDIS to bring improved preventative care to practices across the country and have a transformative impact on patient care right now. Together, our technologies will enable dental clinicians to deliver care at a level that was just not possible in the past, to millions of patients across the country.”

Source: PRWeb


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