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PlusDental expands into Sweden

April 6, 2021 | Business | News

BERLIN, Germany: The orthodontics start-up PlusDental is now offering clear aligner treatment at dental practices in Sweden. According to the company, its new Swedish operations will initially include working with 30 partner clinics, opening pop-up stores across major cities and establishing new regional headquarters.

TePe aims for carbon-neutral products and packaging by 2022

November 11, 2020 | Business

MALMÖ, Sweden: Sustainability at TePe means ensuring environmental, economic and social well-being for today and tomorrow, according to the company. This is why the internationally renowned manufacturer of interdental brushes, toothbrushes and dental picks has now committed to climate action by setting a carbon dioxide neutrality goal.

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The Humble Co. collaborates with investor to further reduce plastic waste in dental products

August 31, 2018 | Business

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: After experiencing the negative environmental impact of plastic waste while performing voluntary work in Jamaica, Dr Noel Abdayem decided to found an environmentally friendly business called The Humble Co. His idea to sell eco-friendly toothbrushes made from bamboo proved to be a success. Now, The Humble Co. is bringing on board a new investor in Verdane to accelerate the company’s expansion in the global market.

Norwegian Planmeca subsidiary opens CAD/CAM training centre

February 17, 2014 | Business

OSLO, Norway: Norsk Dental Depot, a Norwegian supplier of equipment, consumables and services to the dentists and dental laboratories owned by dental equipment manufacturer Planmeca, has moved to new premises in Oslo. The new facility features a high-technology centre offering 3-D and CAD/CAM training for dental professionals in Norway.

Neoss expands into tapered implant market

October 12, 2012 | Business

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: After having secured a £1 million working-capital facility from the Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest last year, implant company Neoss recently launched its first tapered implant on dental markets in Europe and North America. The new implant offers a simplified drilling system for greater flexibility and increased primary stability, particularly in compromised cases.

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