BlueLight Analytics Awarded Best of Class Emerging Technology Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 11, 2019

Blake Smith               

BlueLight Analytics

902-580-5354

smith@bluelightanalytics.com

BlueLight Analytics Awarded Best of Class Emerging Technology Award

Dental Technology Company Gains Global Recognition for New Technology

Halifax, NS: On June 7th, 2019, Cellerant named BlueLight Analytics the winner of the Best in Class 2019 Emerging Technology Award. The award recognizes emerging innovative dental technologies that will greatly impact the standard of care in the dental industry.

“The Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award has been acknowledged as the most prestigious and coveted award that a dental manufacturer can receive”, says Lou Shuman, DMD, CAGS, founder and creator of the Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award. “It is the only award of its kind; it is covered by every major dental journal in North America and is presented at the American Dental Association’s annual meeting”.

The Best of Class “Emerging” award recognizes innovative technologies that either define new product categories altogether or stand to challenge established category leadership. The “Emerging” designation is meant to alert the dental community to promising new technologies and/or companies that have the potential to greatly impact the standard of care in dentistry. BlueLight Analytics will be officially presented with the Best of Class “Emerging” award at the American Dental Association FDI World Dental Congress in San Francisco on September 4-8, 2019.

About BlueLight Analytics: Founded out of Dalhousie University in 2009, BlueLight Analytics uses a data-driven approach to build technologies that improve light curing outcomes globally and help the dental community increase patient satisfaction. With the largest database in the world, containing 1,500,000+ data points, 83,000+ light curing tests, and 20,000+ practices visited, we have a deep understanding of the relationship between curing lights and the materials they cure. BlueLight Analytics will be launching checkUP, the world’s first smart curing light and materials measurement system, at the American Dental Association FDI World Dental Congress in San Francisco, this Fall. By giving the dental community actionable insights through our products, we inform proper curing practices to clinicians to reach higher success rates with their patients.



Blake Smith