SmartPractice Announces Acquisition of the Save-a-Tooth Tooth Preservation Product

SmartPractice, a global manufacturer and distributor of products that focus on improving world health, announced its agreement to acquire the Save-a-Tooth brand from Phoenix-Lazarus.

From consumers to coaches, Save-A-Tooth has been a popular ADA accepted option for more than 20 years for saving knocked-out teeth. The unique design of the container along with the Hanks Balanced Salt Solution keeps the traumatically avulsed tooth alive for 24 hours until a dentist can replant the tooth. It also rinses and carries the tooth safely.

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According to Dr. Curt Hamann, CEO of SmartPractice, “A missing tooth impacts the quality of life and creates long-term, costly oral health issues. By providing a wide selection of products, including Save-a-Tooth, our goal is to make it easier for a dentist to treat their patients which supports our company’s mission of improving world health.”

Availability of Save-a-Tooth through healthcare, school, and sports distributors, as well as Amazon, will remain consistent during this change.

SmartPractice is a family-owned company serving dental, veterinary, dermatology, allergy, and healthcare professionals globally with patient communications, practice marketing, patch testing/medical supplies, and exam gloves. Since 1969, the Phoenix, AZ-based company has been driven by its mission to improve world health through healthier practices and healthier patients. The company has received consecutive national awards for its innovative glove solutions, print manufacturing excellence, corporate philanthropy, and employee wellness programs.

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