Thursday, April 13, 2023

MouthWatch Offers Comfort Soft™ by Armor Dental to Enhance its Teledentistry and Intraoral Imaging Solutions


MouthWatch, LLC, recognized as a dental industry leader in teledentistry and intraoral imaging solutions, is now offering the Comfort Soft™ under a new agreement with Armor Dental, the manufacturer of patented, soft-retraction dental instruments.

Comfort Soft is a dual-purpose soft tissue retractor designed to provide a clearer view of the patient’s mouth while delivering a more comfortable chairside patient experience. The product also offers patients easier access, visibility, and focus when brushing at home to help improve hygiene between visits. 

“Capturing clear, unobstructed images is essential to effective dental care,” says Brant Herman, Founder and CEO of MouthWatch and Dentistry.One. “Comfort Soft is an ideal aid for in-office intraoral imaging, virtual dental care visits, or post-procedure home hygiene care to help patients isolate teeth that require special attention. Comfort Soft can also be especially helpful for improving the oral health of physically compromised patients or other vulnerable populations.”

Comfort Soft is now available as an accessory for award-winning MouthWatch  intraoral cameras and teledentistry solutions.

“We couldn’t be more excited to collaborate with MouthWatch to strengthen the care connection between clinicians, caregivers, and patients,” said Cherie Le 

Penske, CEO, Armor Dental. “Comfort Soft, the newest instrument in our soft retraction portfolio, which is now being offered by MouthWatch, enables clinicians and caregivers to improve intraoral camera imaging, teledentistry exams and patients’ hygiene.”         

Clinicians using the MouthWatch Intraoral Camera in tandem with the ComfortSoft retraction device are reporting a positive experience. According to Dr. Brooke Fukuoka, who practices in Twin Falls, Idaho. "These products are game changers in special care and geriatrics. The quality of my in-person and TeleDent exams have improved significantly since our team started using the MouthWatch camera and the Comfort Soft retractor together. It’s amazing how much I can now see that I struggled to see before.” 

To purchase MouthWatch intraoral cameras, teledentistry solutions, and the Comfort Soft dual-purpose soft tissue retractor, visit 

About MouthWatch, LLC

MouthWatch, LLC, is a leader in developing digital technology solutions that drive success for dental professionals, improve oral health care, and enhance the overall patient experience. 

Headquartered in Metuchen, New Jersey, MouthWatch is widely known for its intraoral cameras that help engage patients in treatment planning through high quality, affordable imaging technology, and its TeleDent software that provides practices and organizations with a teledentistry option to engage patients with providers remotely. The company recently introduced Dentistry.One, LLC, a virtual-first care company.

MouthWatch hardware and software is in use at over 40,000 practices, over 30 leading Dental Service Organizations (DSOs), and over 100 dental schools. The company has been recognized three times in the Inc. 5000. For more information, visit

About Armor Dental Corporation
Armor Dental develops and manufactures a patented portfolio of soft-retraction dental instruments, which are revolutionizing both the provider and patient experience not only chairside but are also improving the connected health loop between clinicians and patients, so long-term oral health is maintained. Armor Dental has amassed a growing I.P. portfolio with 10 utility patents globally has developed the entirely new concept of soft retraction instruments in dentistry with Scan Mate®, Mouth Mate®, Tongue Guide™ and Comfort Soft™, which are available today through major global distribution partners. Armor Dental has also partnered with The Ohio State University and The Delta Dental Foundation Michigan to conduct studies and pilot programs, placing modern soft retraction instruments into the hands of our future clinicians, patients, and caregivers.

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