Periowave Launches New National Sales Force – “It Starts With Us”

Bye, bye, 2011! The New Year always evokes feelings of new beginnings and provides an opportunity for change. The same is true for PeriowaveTM in 2012. As we look ahead to 2012, I can’t help but be excited. This year marks definitive change for Periowave Dental Technologies Inc. and photodisinfection technology.

Over the last couple of years, PeriowaveTM has been relatively quiet in the marketplace. This year we are changing that. We have heard from our customers that although they like our technology, we need to get better. We need to get better at educating, training, promoting, and supporting not only our current customers, but those interested in offering this unique technology to their patients. Well, we have listened and we are doing something about it! I am very pleased to announce that as of January, we will be launching a brand new PeriowaveTM direct sales force. There are six dynamic and committed members of our sales team, all focused on raising the bar for PeriowaveTM and on our most important asset: our customers. Our mandate will be to provide exceptional service to our current customers as well as promote PeriowaveTM to future ones. I am confident that the changes we are embracing will translate into tangible benefits for all of you. We are looking forward to working hard in achieving that goal. It with great pleasure that I take this opportunity to introduce our team: Read More

Having Teeth Professionally Cleaned May Reduce the Risk of Heart Attacks or Strokes

The findings of two new studies were recently presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions in Orlando, Florida and reinforce the links between periodontal disease and the risk for cardiovascular disease and strokes.

Researchers have found that patients who had their teeth professionally cleaned and scaled at regular intervals were at a reduced risk of heart attacks and strokes. The research was based on a nationwide study which took place over a seven-year period. Dr Emily Chen and Dr Hsin-Bang Leu examined data on 51,000 adults who had their teeth professionally cleaned on at least one occasion against a similar sized group who had never had their teeth professionally cleaned. Neither group had a history of heart attacks or strokes. The study showed those participants whose teeth were professionally cleaned at regular intervals had a 24% lower risk of heart attack and a 13% lower risk of stroke compared to those people who did not have their teeth professionally cleaned.

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