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Mobile dental clinic launches in northern New Jersey

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HENRY The Dentist Mobile clinics are now available to companies in northern New Jersey.
HENRY The Dentist Mobile clinics are now available to companies in northern New Jersey. - ()

HENRY The Dentist, a mobile dental clinic serving corporate offices throughout the state, has launched its services.

Each mobile clinic is will offer patients a panoramic x-ray, massage dental chairs, Apple TVs with access to Netflix and HBO, and a team of dental professionals. Its services include x-rays, exams, teeth cleanings, fillings, night guard, teeth whitening and Invisalign. The service also accepts most major dental carriers, including Delta Dental, Metlife, Guardian, Aetna, Cigna, United and Horizon.

“HENRY is on a mission to deliver an elevated brand experience directly to our patients, reimagining dentistry to fit the needs of busy working professionals,” Justin Joffe, founder and CEO of HENRY, said in a press release.  “We know many people feel intimidated about going to the dentist, so we spent over a year with our team designing a clinic that’s modern and welcoming. We’ve been thoughtful about every element of the patient experience, to provide an atmosphere that is unexpected from the moment you walk in.”

So far, the mobile dental clinic has raised $2 million in venture capital from investors including Trailmix VC and Brand Foundry Ventures. HENRY plans to have three clinics in New Jersey by 2018, and is currently serving companies in Parsippany, Florham Park, Livingston, Hoboken, Cherry Hill, and Jersey City.

Companies interested in having a mobile clinic stop by should visit www.HENRYthedentist.com.

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Vince Calio

Vince Calio


Vince Calio covers healthcare and manufacturing for NJBIZ. You can contact him at vcalio@njbiz.com.

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