Kulzer launches Ivory® ReLeafTM, dentistry’s best hands-free suction solution

South Bend, IN/2.9.2018. Kulzer announced today that it has launched its time-saving, patient-friendly, high volume Ivory ReLeaf hands-free HVE suction device.
Ivory ReLeaf assists with evacuation, retraction and maintaining a dry field during a wide array of dental and hygiene procedures. Unlike saliva ejectors, Ivory ReLeaf is not only a hands-free suction device, but a high volume suction device. It works in all four quadrants with ergonomic comfort and full view of oral cavity without the need to be moved around. This can save up to 15 minutes of time per patient, which can translate into hundreds of dollars in increased production throughout the day.
“The ingenious aspect of Ivory ReLeaf’s design is that its disposable leaves use the cheek and vestibule area for support, rather than relying on the shape of the arch or the orientation of the teeth,” said Lesley Melvin, Kulzer’s Director, Marketing & Product Management. “This provides 280 degrees of suction around the leaf to make time-saving uninterrupted suction throughout the oral cavity possible.” Ivory ReLeaf further contributes to practice efficiency by conveniently connecting to existing dental vacuum systems in less than 60 seconds.
Ivory ReLeaf is exceptionally patient-friendly. Patients are less likely to feel claustrophobic since the device does not obstruct the airway, and because Ivory ReLeaf does not reach the soft pallet, gag reflexes are rarely an issue. In addition, its universal mouthpiece, or “leaf,” is made of a custom blend of latex and BPA-free polymer that is both soft and comfortable. And because Ivory ReLeaf allows patients to move their heads left and right and up and down, they can communicate on a two-way basis with the clinician during the treatment.
According to Ms. Melvin, Ivory ReLeaf also provides peace of mind to patients and clinicians alike. According to the Center for Disease Control, when patients close their lips around low- volume saliva ejectors, backflow can occur when the pressure in the patient’s mouth is less than
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that in the evacuator. “This backflow, which can include previous patients’ waste material, colonized biofilm from the tubing, and chemicals from flushing the line, is simply not possible with Ivory ReLeaf,” said Ms. Melvin.
Dental practices may order a free sample of Ivory ReLeaf at mydental360.com/releaf. Learn more about Ivory ReLeaf and other Kulzer products at www.kulzerUS.com.
Kulzer, LLC
As one of the world’s leading dental companies, Kulzer has been a reliable partner for all dental professionals for more than 80 years. Whether aesthetic or digital dentistry, tooth preservation, prosthetics or periodontology – Kulzer stands for trusted and innovative dental products. With optimal solutions and services, Kulzer aims to support its customers in restoring their patients’ oral health in a safe, simple and efficient way. For this purpose, 1500 employees work in 26 locations in the field of research, manufacture and marketing.
Kulzer is part of the Mitsui Chemicals Group. The Japanese Mitsui Chemicals Inc. (MCI) based in Tokyo owns 131 affiliates with more than 13,400 employees in 27 countries. Its innovative and functional chemical products are as much in demand in the automotive, electronics and packaging industries as in environmental protection and healthcare.
Up to July 2017, Kulzer operated under the name of Heraeus Kulzer. By changing the name, Kulzer will focus on its strengths that have made it successful: loyal partnerships with users, distributors and universities, and, above all, highest quality materials, innovations and a spectrum of services that is unique in the market.
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