Summary: Biolux Technology has launched OrthoPulse 2.0 in the US, offering an improved non-invasive tooth movement solution that uses photobiomodulation for faster and more comfortable orthodontic treatment.

Key Takeaways:

  • OrthoPulse 2.0 enhances the orthodontic experience with improved reliability and efficiency, benefiting both practitioners and patients.
  • Michael Hendricks’ appointment as chief business officer for North America underscores Biolux Technology’s commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction in the US market.

Biolux Technology announced the US launch of an updated version of its flagship non-invasive tooth movement product and platform, OrthoPulse, which the company says is an improved and more reliable version.

Enhanced Practitioner and Patient Experience

OrthoPulse 2.0 devices offer a modern experience for both practitioners and patients, according to Biolux. OrthoPulse uses low levels of light energy called photobiomodulation to stimulate the bone surrounding the roots of teeth and facilitate efficient tooth movement for aligner and bracket patients. The non-invasive treatment option is designed to facilitate faster, more predictable, and more comfortable orthodontic treatment.

New Leadership for US Market

Leading this new chapter for OrthoPulse in the US is Michael Hendricks, who was appointed as the company’s chief business officer for North America. The company intends Hendricks’ appointment to signal a renewed commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.

“We are thrilled to bring OrthoPulse 2.0 to the US market,” said Hendricks. “Our improved product, combined with robust clinical evidence, positions us to better serve our partner doctors and advance the field of orthodontics. We look forward to establishing our presence and building strong relationships with our clinicians.”