Learn More From Saliva
Analyze your patient’s saliva with the new SillHa Oral Wellness System and complement your clinical assessment with objective results.
Deliver an instant picture of oral wellness to your patients
SillHa Oral Wellness System—a breakthrough approach to salivary screening, oral care and overall wellness. A simple, elegant system using a saliva sample and a quick 5-minute process yielding a patient friendly, multi-point analysis for your patients and new possibilities for your practice.
Learn more from saliva
With a small saliva sample, learn if there is an increased risk for your patient to develop caries and periodontal disease. Using dual reflectance method, SillHa measures the reactivity on the test strip from the saliva sample, and results can provide information that you cannot see – activity of bacteria, acidity and presence of inflammatory markers which may indicate an increased risk for caries and gum disease.
Begin a discussion with your patient to guide them to oral wellness
"The SillHa Oral Wellness System puts new clinical information at my fingertips and provides me with an objective method to quantify my patients’ oral health. SillHa takes traditional dentistry to a whole new level and offers me the ability to understand patient health on a molecular level. This technology complements subjective risk assessments and gives my clinical team an arsenal of information that advances our treatment success. Thank you Arkray for advancing oral wellness!"
About Dr. Brian B. Nový
Dr. Nový is the Chief Dental Officer of the Alliance Dental Center in Quincy, Massachusetts. He served on the ADA Council of Scientific Affairs from 2010-2014, as chair of the CAMBRA coalition, and in 2016 was appointed the consumer representative on the United States Food & Drug Administration Dental Products Panel. The California Dental Association Foundation presented him with the Dugoni Award for “Outstanding contributions to dental education,” and his office was the first to receive the title, “the American Dental Association Adult Preventive Care Practice of the Year.”