Convergent Dental Partners with Darby Dental Supply, LLC.



Convergent Dental Inc., a privately held dental equipment and technology company, today announced it has entered a distribution partnership with Darby Dental Supply, LLC, the largest all-telesales national distributor of dental merchandise. The power of Solea, the first FDA-approved, CO2 9.3 micron dental laser for hard and soft tissue ablation, is now just a phone call away for practitioners. The dental distributor fulfills over one million shipments from leading dental product and equipment manufacturers per year and is a strong partner to help more practitioners increase their efficiency, decrease chair time and grow their revenues with Solea.

“We are proud to expand our product line with Convergent Dental’s cutting-edge Solea dental laser,” said Darby Dental Supply’s Director of Marketing Robert Brennan. “Solea provides a unique opportunity for dentists to perform virtually anesthesia-free and blood-free procedures, a capability that improves both profitability and patient experience.”

Darby Dental Supply’s “one customer at a time” philosophy has made the company one of the largest, most trusted dental distributors in the nation. The company employs a unique all-telesales model that enables them to provide customized services while offering practitioners the best product brands available on the market. Convergent Dental’s latest partnership with one of the industry’s major distributors solidifies Solea’s reputation as the new leader in hard and soft tissue laser technology.

“As word of Solea’s virtually anesthesia-free and blood-free capabilities spread throughout the dental community, we were excited to see a well-respected dental distributor like Darby Dental Supply reach out to partner with us,” said Convergent Dental CEO Michael Cataldo. “Similar to ourselves, the organization is committed to customer service and innovation. Partners like Darby Dental Supply help Solea gain exposure to new potential customers and help us change what it means to go to the dentist for millions of patients.”