Henry mobile dental clinic is helping employees use their benefits by taking oral healthcare directly to offices in New Jersey

A startup called Henry is bringing the dentist’s office straight to office workers. The mobile dental clinic, which has raised $2 million in capital, sets up shop directly outside companies, helping employees take advantage of their benefits, as well as saving them the paid time off it may cost them to visit the dentist. Besides making it infinitely more convenient for employees to get yearly checkups, the clinic offers x-rays, exams, Invisalign, fillings and crowns, among other routine procedures.

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According to a company press release, employees aren’t taking advantage of their health benefits mostly because of the involved travel time, work hours lost and finding a trustworthy dental professional. Along with state-of-the-art equipment and perks like Apple TVs, Henry promises to keep the same staff assigned to each company. “We brought together a full-time team of experienced dentists and hygienists for each clinic, ensuring that all our patients receive continuity of care from the same highly trained dental professionals at every visit,” said the Dental Director, Dr. Jeffrey Rappaport, in the press release.

To schedule Henry visits, the startup works with HR, at no cost to the soliciting companies. For patients with insurance coverage, it functions just like any other in-network dentist’s office.

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A startup called Henry is bringing the dentist’s office straight to office workers. The mobile dental clinic, which has raised $2 million in capital, sets up shop directly outside companies, helping employees take advantage of their benefits, as well as saving them the paid time off it may cost them to visit the dentist. Besides making it infinitely more convenient for employees to get yearly checkups, the clinic offers x-rays, exams, Invisalign, fillings and crowns, among other routine procedures.