Lake Success-based ProHealth Dental, a provider of oral health services, has announced a partnership with Colorado-based Renew, which aims to treat people with unstable dentures or missing or defective teeth.
With this partnership, ProHealth Dental patients will have access to Renew’s fixed extraction full-arch implants that the companies say can be completed in one day and more affordably.
The partnership “will give our innovative solution the opportunity to expand immediately in the Northeast, where an affordable solution is desperately needed,” Renew founder Dr. Don Miloni said in a statement. “We are committed to offering the most advanced dental implant technology possible, a superior patient experience and a lifetime guarantee, all for up to one-third of traditional costs.”
The partners aim to bring the technology to a growing base of people.
ProHealth Dental provides its services through clinical affiliation agreements with healthcare providers including large hospital systems and large medical groups. It currently serves 17 locations in the New York Tri-State area and aims to expand throughout the Northeast.
“Renew’s partnership with ProHealth Dental brings together two organizations that are at the forefront of the dental industry,” said Peter Abruzzo, president of Renew, in a statement. “We are dedicated to taking a holistic approach to keeping our communities healthier, and partnering with ProHealth Dental helps us foster this perspective through access to its extensive network of healthcare providers.”
“We are honored to work with Renew to improve the oral and general health of the many patients we serve,” Norton Travis, CEO of ProHealth Dental, said in a statement. “Renew’s vision aligns with ProHealth Dental’s mission and clinical goals and our dedication to patients is unwavering. This partnership reinforces our commitment to providing high-quality clinical care to keep our patients healthy and leading productive lives.”
Story3 Capital Partners, an alternative asset manager, has partnered with Renew to help finance the accelerated rollout of its surgical centers.