DentiMax Donates $19k of Digital X-ray Equipment to Samoan Clinics

David Arnett, co-founder and president of DentiMax, recently traveled to Samoa, where he donated DentiMax sensors, laptops, and software to the Samoan government and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Arnett learned about the need for equipment in Samoa when speaking to Brad Smith, former dean of the Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Arizona.

“He told me there was a need and I asked him what I could do to help,” Arnett said.

Samoa’s dental clinics are dwindling as dentists move to nearby islands like New Zealand for better pay and equipment. Today, only a handful of dental offices are left on the island, including the government clinic and the Church’s clinic. With Samoa’s limited resources, access to proper dental care is challenging. The clinic’s new DentiMax equipment will not only allow these dental professionals to see more patients but also allow them to diagnose and treat patients more effectively.

Source: DentiMax Donates $19k of Digital X-ray Equipment to Samoan Clinics / Dentistry Today

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