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MONTREAL, May 24, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Halo Dental Technologies, the developer behind the highly anticipated Halo Digital Mirror, is bringing the innovation to the Journées Dentaires Internationales du Québec (JDIQ), an annual flagship event organized by the Ordre des Dentistes du Québec (ODQ), May 27-28, 2024. Halo Dental Technologies will showcase its Montreal-based Digital Mirror, introduce the new technology to the Halo community, and announce the product's waitlist to receive the mirror when it is ready for delivery in early 2025.

The Journées Dentaires Internationales du Québec is the largest bilingual (English/French) dental congress in North America. For more than five decades, the JDIQ has brought cutting-edge technologies and best practices to the dental community to shape the future of dentistry. It is also a hub for sharing expertise, continuing education and networking. The JDIQ brings together audiences from near and far who are passionate about dental health.

During JDIQ, Halo will offer dentists in the province the opportunity to experience the device first-hand and see its features, capabilities, design features and use cases in action.

JDIQ is a dual focus for Halo, and not only because it allows the company to unveil one of the biggest innovations in dentistry in decades. The Digital Mirror has already been widely exhibited across the United States and praised for filling such an obvious need in modern dentistry and streamlining chairside patient care and education.

In addition, JDIQ is a homecoming of sorts for Halo. While The Digital Mirror was announced earlier this year, the Montreal conference will take place at the site where the device was conceived, developed, engineered and built.

The Halo Digital Mirror ushers in a new era of dental instruments, redefining patient communication and improving oral healthcare. Designed for innovative patient engagement, the Digital Mirror integrates seamlessly into the point-of-care practice to improve patient understanding of their treatment during dental procedures.

The Halo Digital Mirror was conceived by Dr. Claude Chamoun, a Montreal-based dentist with 18 years of practice. It was created in the basement of his dental practice and received great support from local dentists, including Dr. Yvan Poitras, founder of the Institut Canadien d'Implantologie.

“JDIQ is a unique event for us at Halo because it is the only conference of its kind in Canada, in our hometown, where the Digital Mirror was conceived, launched and supported by a local community of dentists. It is a local unveiling of sorts for the company after a busy year introducing the device to dentists worldwide,” said Peter Khoury, CEO of Halo Dental Technologies. “We have been overwhelmed with positive support everywhere we have gone, so we are excited to come home and introduce the Halo Digital Mirror to Canadian dentists.”

The new Halo Digital Mirror improves patient communication and enables greater efficiency at the point of care. The new device also improves patient care, reduces interruptions and potentially lowers costs.

Halo developed the Digital Mirror to eliminate disruptions between doctor and patient in the care environment, reducing the “noise” during the patient visit and allowing doctors to spend more time with the patient – ​​improving the patient experience and streamlining clinical workflows and data collection.

Benefits of Halo Digital Mirror
In detail, the Halo Digital Mirror offers:

  • Patient communication: Optimized visual communication with the patient, enabling the concept of shared diagnosis with the patient to empower them through understanding and control.
  • Image capture at the touch of a button: Seamless voice-activated image capture and annotations for clearer documentation.
  • Streamlined processes: A wide range of commonly used tools and processes in a handy device designed for all-day use.

The Digital Mirror also features integrated LED diffused light and a wide-angle HD camera for better, fog-free vision that facilitates detailed examinations. It is also made of high-strength titanium for lasting durability without compromising on weight and feel comparable to traditional dental mirrors.

With these advantages, the Halo Digital Mirror is designed to accompany every step of the patient's clinical care – from education to examination.

To see, touch and experience the Halo Digital Mirror at JDIQ, visit the Halo booth #1905.

For more information about The Digital Mirror and to join the waitlist, visit

About Halo Dental Technologies
Halo Dental Technologies is a pioneering developer of innovative solutions for the dental industry. With a mission to revolutionize patient care and optimize dental workflows, Halo Dental Technologies leverages cutting-edge technology and industry expertise to deliver unparalleled products and services.

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