DAYTON, OH — Midmark Corp. says its Artizan dental cabinetry line, redesigned last fall, will begin production next month.
Midmark, a $390 million medical cabinetry firm, says the relaunch is its first revamp of the cabinetry line in 10. The Dayton, OH cabinet manufacturer competes in the $200 million dental cabinet field. Midmark maintains production and administrative offices in Versailles, Ohio, as well as four subsidiaries in the United States and international subsidiaries in France, Italy and India.
The Midmark Artizan cabinetry features a slim midsection, floating glass shelf and cantilever forward upper profile, freeing up valuable countertop space. The central station features a vanity front with mirror, LED lighting, a sleek touch/proximity faucet and a cantilevered sink.
“Dentists today want to create an overall positive experience for patients from the time they enter the waiting room, until the time they leave," says Crissy Treon, Midmark product manager for dental cabinetry, which includes the design and décor of their office.
“Their cabinetry needs to allow staff to do their work effectively and ergonomically, but also needs to be attractive and inviting.” Treon says the Artizan redesign was based on extensive market research and customer feedback.
Announced in November 2013, the Artizan line has been on sale since a presentation at the Greater New York Dental Meeting. The existing line of Artizan products was discontinued at the end of 2013.
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