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Forward Science is a privately held MedTech company that focuses on changing the lives of those affected by cancer. Forward Science’s flagship product, OralID, is an oral cancer screening device that aids in visualization of oral mucosal abnormalities, such as cancer and pre-cancer. In efforts to increase education for offices, Forward Science is partnering with Hygiene Mastery coaches. Forward Science recently hosted the Hygiene Mastery team at its world headquarters in Houston. (Photo: Forward Science)

Forward Science and Hygiene Mastery partner to strengthen industry support

By Dental Tribune USA
June 27, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas, USA: Forward Science and Hygiene Mastery have recently partnered in efforts to provide enhanced support and education for the dental industry. Forward Science is a privately held MedTech company focused on oral healthcare solutions.

Forward Science products are potentially life-changing, which warrants a greater understanding of how to use them in a clinical setting. “Anytime you have advanced technology, education is key to success,” said Forward Science Co-Founder and CEO Robert J. Whitman. “In efforts to increase our education for offices, we are excited to partner with the Hygiene Mastery coaches and team to add another layer of support for even more offices.”

Hygiene Mastery is a company focused on hygiene training and support by hygienists. Hygiene Mastery has coaches throughout the United States that perform ongoing hands-on training and support for your hygiene department. Shannon Richkowski, founder and director of Hygiene Mastery, stated this about the new partnership: “We are excited to have partnered with Forward Science to provide the latest technology for our dental teams. We always look for advanced products and services to provide for our offices, and Forward Science has some of the best.”

Forward Science recently hosted the Hygiene Mastery team at their world headquarters in Houston. The Forward Science team shared its story of how the company started, in addition to performing product training and providing a sneak peek of what is in the future product pipeline.

“We believe it is important to not only partner with a company because of their products, but just as significant is the belief in the company itself,” Whitman said. “Both companies share the goal of advanced healthcare through advanced technology and support for our offices.”

(Source: Forward Science)

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