July 24th (Fri) 21:10 - 22:40 Entrepreneur Pitch 4
Name /Dent X
Address /No.7, Chung-Shan South Rd, Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100225, Taiwan
Name /Theodore Kao
Telephone /(Work) +886-978-618562
We're an entrepreneur team based in Taiwan.
With the idea & core value of “Bio-Design”, we designed a whole new set medical devices, aiming to change the intra-oral X ray taking methods; also with the help of our newly invented software system, oral diseases could be diagnosed and emphasized more among the population.
Our team members are experts from different fields, including practicing dentists, professor, engineer, product manager, sales, and entrepreneurs.
Based on our clinical practices, we’re dedicating to identify clinical problems, invent new medical devices & solutions, and finally implement in the daily practices.
Our new intraoral X ray taking devices are made of silicone-based soft material, flexible and user friendly. It creates more comfortable experiences with minimizing mouth opening during X ray taking procedure. Additionally, they were designed based on the structures in the oral cavity, hence they are accurate when positioning, and physiologically more adaptable.
With different combinations of the newly designed film sheaths & film holders, multiple choices were available for different positions and different patients. Consequently, taking periapical X rays turned out to be a more individualized process.
Besides, with the help of our image software, some popular oral diseases are able to be diagnosed much earlier and more easily. Also, evidence-based treatment plans that were recognized by worldwide experts could be made more thoroughly by just taking intraoral photos or X rays. Therefore, relationship and mutual trust between doctors & patients could be improved by using our system. More importantly, people who might suffer from poor periodontal health, prosthodontic needs, and children preventive care could gain much awareness and have great progress by simply using the system. Consequently, early diagnosis and exact clinical interventions could be made, enhancing disease prognosis, and improving oral healthcare over the population nationwide.
Name /Theodore Kao