Carestream enters R/F market, BIOLASE CEO receives stock options & more: 8 dental company key notes


Here are eight recent news updates on dental device and practice management companies.



DENTSPLY International ended the last trading day at $52.13. Company weekly volatility is calculated as 1.10 percent and price to cash ratio as 72.45, according to Property Mentor Group.

Shares of Henry Schein traded with a loss of -0.57 points or -0.39 percent in the most recent session, according to OTC Outlook. The company has a market cap of $12.3 billion and there are 83,619,000 outstanding shares.

Carestream Health entered the radiography/fluoroscopy market with two new systems, the CARESTREAM DRX-Excel and CARESTREAM DRX-Excel Plus.

Danaher saw selling pressure and the shares last traded with a loss of -0.79 points or -0.89 percent at $87.79, according to OTC Outlook.

3M will release their quarterly results tomorrow, and Zacks is expecting their numbers to benefit from recent acquisitions of Ivera Medical and Polypore International's Separations Media business.

BIOLASE announced that president and CEO Harold C. Flynn Jr., received options to purchase 870,000 shares of their common stock with an exercise price of $1.65 per share.

The Effingham, Ill., City Council amended a grant agreement with Heartland Dental granted when Heartland completed a major expansion in recent year, according to

Architects for Aspen Dental have filed plans for a new office in Rome, Ga.


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