DynaFlex Announces Acquisition of Gold’n Braces
DynaFlex recently acquired Gold’n Braces, a company best known for gold-plated
orthodontic brackets, wires and auxiliary items. Current and new customers can
expect to receive the same pricing, products and quality with DynaFlex service.
Items can still be ordered online at goldnbraces.com or dynaflex.com, or by calling
the customer care team at 866-346-5665. All Gold’n Braces orders will be processed,
billed and shipped from Dynaflex headquarters in Lake St. Louis, Missouri.
For more information, email Lori Beckmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aligner Company Candid
Shifts Focus to Dentist
Candid, a clear aligner company,
has closed its direct-to-consumer
business and its 45 Candid Studios.
The company will now focus on
growing its network of CandidPro
dentists by partnering with dental
practices and DSOs to offer telehealth
clear aligner therapy.
Most patients Candid have treated
expressed interest in starting their
remote clear aligner treatment in the
care of a dental professional, and the
company responded by focusing on its
hybrid remote/in-office model.
By the end of 2022, CandidPro plans
to have more than 1,000 offices and a
presence in all 50 states.
Great Lakes President and CEO Kunkemoeller To Retire in October
Great Lakes recently shared that James R. Kunkemoeller, the company’s president and CEO, will retire Oct. 31. The search for
Kunkemoeller’s replacement will include the evaluation of candidates from both within and outside the company.
Kunkemoeller will continue in his role as chairman of Great Lakes’ board of directors. He joined Great Lakes in 1986 and previously held
executive vice president, vice president of sales and marketing, and sales and marketing manager positions.
The company has undergone significant development and progress during Kunkemoeller’s tenure. Great Lakes completed a $5 million
building expansion and capital improvement project in 2002, expanded digital technology and manufacturing beginning in 2007, enhanced
automation and computer-aided design for digital appliance fabrication, and underwent a major brand transformation when the company
changed its name from Great Lakes Orthodontics to Great Lakes Dental Technologies in 2018.