CORAL SPRINGS, FL--(Marketwire - Dec 18, 2012) - Union Dental Holdings, Inc. (
Dr. Green posted on YouTube a video entitled Greenozonegenerator (all one word) which demonstrates the need for and solution provided by The Green Ozone Generator for contaminated dental water lines, a significant problem within the dental professional. Action for this epidemic has been called for by the CDC, ADA, and the FDA. Dr. Green believes the Joint Venture has solved the problem of contaminated waterlines in dentistry which earlier this year were documented to have caused at least one fatality. The video shows the actions of the device, The Green Ozone Generator, in disinfecting dental office waterlines, a technology whose patent is pending. The device was designed in a JV between UDHI and DA, a company which manufactures atmospheric water generators and keeping the water pure through the use of the EnviroGuard system that uses ozone. Both devices will keep water sterile through their patented use of ozone.
Dr. George D. Green, President and CEO of UDHI, stated: "This video is a call to action for legislators within the state of Florida's congress to mandate the use of Green Ozone Generators in all Florida dental offices in order to protect the health and well being of the public. This mandate would incur a one time modest cost to the dental offices to ensure continuous sterility for patients during treatment." Dr. Green also commented, "Mandatory use seems like a logical conclusion to this problem once and for all."
As a Healthcare Provider for over 25 years, Steven J. Kairis, President/CEO of Drinkable Air has experienced the advantages of oxygen enriched ozonated water and the proven health benefits. He states: "This is a big step for both Union Dental and Drinkable Air to have a profound effect on controlling the bacteria issues in dental procedures with far reaching applications in the overall care of patients throughout the medical industry."
About Union Dental Holdings, Inc., Direct Dental Services, Inc. and Union Dental Corp.
UDHI is the exclusive distributor for all of DA's line of products for the dental markets throughout the United States. Direct Dental Services and Union Dental Corp. are wholly owned subsidiaries. Direct Dental Services provides dentists with "areas of exclusivity" to participate with various unions including the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), United Association of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters (UA) and The Association of Flight Attendants - Communications Workers of America (AFA-CWA). Direct Dental Services receives annual management fees from the dentists in exchange for practicing in these "areas of exclusivity" where CWA and IBEW members use the dentists' services. Union Dental manages a dental practice in Coral Springs, Florida.
About Drinkable Air, Inc.
Drinkable Air, Inc. (a Florida corporation) ("DA" or "The Company") offers to the U.S. and international markets atmospheric water generators ("AWG") which will enable people to enjoy pure, 99.9% clean water. The water supply is obtained from the humidity in the air and condensed, processed and purified through a patented process. Drinkable Air's Chameleon line of AWG's is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution to the world's ever-growing need for pure, clean drinking water. The Company's proprietary EnviroGuard System eliminates bacteria and purifies the water with an ozone process which oxygenates the water. This process keeps the water pure, fresh and great tasting at all times.
In addition to the AWG market, Drinkable Air has been exploring other uses of ozone to combat a multitude of problems in keeping water free of bacteria and viruses. The joint venture agreement with Union Dental was the first step in expanding the uses of ozone in the dental field and are additionally pursuing other medical applications.
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