About Kulzer Dental North America— Giving A Hand To Oral Health
Your hands transform patients' lives. Through restorative and esthetic treatments, you provide patients with beautiful smiles, self esteem and improved quality of life.
The whole team, from dental laboratory to dental office, deserve materials that meet the highest quality standards.
It is our mission to support your daily work with innovative and reliable products that offer added value. Because oral health belongs in good hands.
Interrelated products including the Venus® brand of low stress composites, Venus White® Teeth Whitening Systems, Flexitime® Impressions Systems, Gluma® Desensitizers, iBond® Bonding Solutions, PALA® Mondial® Teeth, and Modern Materials® Gypsum Products offer exceptional diagnosis, treatment, and restorative care.
Kulzer also collaborates with health care providers, researchers and academic institutions to support community wellbeing and overall oral health. To that end, Kulzer is a corporate supporter of the National Children's Oral Health Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides access to care for thousands of underserved children, and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Kulzer is also one of the leading dental alloy refiners in North America with over 50 years experience.
Kulzer GmbH is one of the world’s leading dental companies with its headquarters in Hanau, Germany. As a trusted partner, the company supplies dentists and dental technicians with an extensive product range, covering cosmetic dentistry, tooth preservation, prosthetics, periodontology and digital dentistry. More than 1,500 employees at 26 locations worldwide are driven by their expertise and passion for the dental market and embody what the name Kulzer stands for: service, quality and innovation.
Kulzer has been part of the Japanese Mitsui Chemicals Group since July 2013. Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. (MCI) is based in Tokyo, and has 137 affiliates with more than 14,300 employees in 27 countries worldwide. Its innovative, practical chemical products are as much in demand in the automotive, electronics and packaging industries as they are in other fields such as environmental protection and healthcare.