TDSC’s partnership agreement with the dental equipment company Supply Doc gives TDSC shoppers access to up to 30% in savings on large equipment purchases.

The Dentists Supply Company (TDSC), the e-commerce dental supply site, is expanding its product offerings to include large equipment with its just announced partnership with dental equipment company Supply Doc Inc

TDSC provides members of organized dentistry with savings on dental supplies. According to the company, on average, members typically see savings of 20% off MSRP on a broad selection of supplies and small equipment. 

With this new partnership, TDSC shoppers will reportedly benefit from 20% to 30% savings compared to large national suppliers on their large equipment as well. 

“Both Supply Doc Inc and TDSC are focused on utilizing their positions in the market to bring more price transparency in the dental supply and equipment space, which has been largely controlled by a few suppliers,” said Amin Amirkhizi, chief executive officer of Supply Doc. “Technological innovation in dental equipment is ubiquitous and is forcing dental practitioners to make more significant capital purchases for their practices. Their choice of vendor up to this point has been restricted to a few providers with an extremely high associated cost. We are now able to use our respective platforms to reduce markups and provide substantial savings to our customers. We believe this is what our dental practitioners deserve, especially in these challenging times.”

Founded in 2015 as a subsidiary of the California Dental Association, TDSC is available to association members in 50 states. 

“Supply Doc Inc.’s dedication to delivering high-quality equipment from leading manufacturers at competitive prices aligns with our purpose of delivering value to independent dentists working hard to optimize their overhead cost,” said Jim Wiggett, chief executive officer at TDSC. “Now, dentists in California have the freedom to choose TDSC for their supplies without having to worry about how that will impact their large equipment pricing.”