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New Oral Health Website Launched by Dr. Martin Giniger
Date:7/23/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

Dr. Martin Giniger has officially launched an oral health website that provides clinical research, dental expert witness, and oral care formulation consulting to help and serve dentists, attorneys, and oral care companies worldwide. Whether he serves as an oral care formulator, clinical researcher, expert witness or industry strategist, he replaces the learning curve with extensive knowledge and hands-on experience.

His companies, WITERx, PSC Research Institute and Dr. Martin Giniger & Company, Inc. provide a complete range of consulting services – from innovative oral care product development, to advanced oral care formulation, to dental expert witness services, to the creation and substantiation of compelling advertising claims through thoughtful clinical research design and implementation. Combining the latest technology, with creative artistry and strategic insights, Dr.Martin Giniger has brought virtually every form of oral health care product to market – including such specialties as non-peroxide teeth whitening gels, peroxide-free tooth foams, vitamin-enhanced toothpastes, optically-enhanced mouth rinses and teeth whitening candy. He has over 25 years of experience in the research and development departments of the world’s most prominent oral care product marketers and was recently referred to as the “Thomas Edison” of oral health and teeth whitening product innovation.

In regards to his oral health website, Dr. Martin Giniger said, "I am very excited to announce this new website where my company will be able to help all pr
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