Technology4Medicine formed

March 2008
Proofs;Mar2008, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p68
Trade Publication
The article reports that former senior executives of Biolase Technologies Inc. have formed a new company in 2008, the technology4Medicine LLC. The new company consists of two divisions, the Lasers4Dentistry for its dental laser division, and the Technology4Therapy for its laser therapy division. The company was formed to address the advanced technological, clinical, training and business needs of the dental, medical, veterinary, and physiotherapy communities.


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