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Boston-based Armor Dental featured its Mouth-Mate — a dental healing aid to improve hygiene following dental procedures — at the Chicago Dental Society’s Midwinter Meeting, February 23 to February 25, 2017.
Armor Dental announces Mouth-Mate®, a new dental device to improve oral hygiene and healing, will be demonstrated at Chicago Dental Society’s Midwinter Meeting 2017
Armor Dental has launched a patented dental healing aid device for patients. The product, the Mouth•Mate, allows a patient who has had oral surgery and other dental procedures to brush their teeth without disturbing the surgical site.
Mouth•Mate is a home-care instrument for patients who have undergone many different types of dental surgical procedures. The shaft resembles a toothbrush, and, in fact, is used in conjunction with a toothbrush. Patients recovering from procedures ranging from implant placements to grafts will either avoid the treated area during due to pain, or will risk negatively influencing the intent of the surgery.
The 2017 Yankee Dental Congress was held Jan 25 to 29, and dental professionals gathered from throughout the Northeast to partake in a wide array of cutting-edge educational opportunities and to view the latest products and technology. On the exhibit hall floor, more than 450 companies and organizations were on hand, offering everything needed to run a successful practice.
Armor Dental, a privately held dental device company that is dedicated to modernizing patient care at home and improving outcomes, announced the launch of Mouth•Mate®, world’s first patented dental healing aid to improve oral health at home. Mouth•Mate enhances patient care following oral surgeries, periodontal procedures, and cosmetic dental procedures including implants, bone grafts, soft tissue grafting, tooth extractions, laser procedures and orthodontics.
Biofilm management is critical to the outcomes of implant therapy, but patient compliance with home care can be less than ideal due to the pain involved with brushing around the surgical site. In this article, Katherine A. Haltom, DMD, and Ivy H. Zellmer, RDH, BSDH, introduce Mouth-Mate, a new device that protects the surgical site to permit safe brushing without pain. – By Katherine A. Haltom, DMD, and Ivy H. Zellmer, RDH, BSDH – Dentistry iQ