We’re Passionate About
Helping leading corporations produce innovative products that advance oral health for all.
Our core mission is to allow people to live better, healthier lives by making advancements in oral health.
The mouth is the main entry point into the body for bacteria that can cause disease. Therefore, good oral health care is crucial for overall human health. We work with leading companies to improve oral health products and make the world a healthier place.
A Brief Overview of
What We Do
Therametric Technologies has developed a first-class setting for both continued scientific advancement and testing of novel dental products and devices. We serve industry-leading corporations in oral health care product research by conducting innovative, detailed and timely laboratory and clinical studies.
The History Behind
Therametric Technologies, Inc.
Therametric Technologies, Inc. (TTI) was established in 1996 by two Indiana University School of Dentistry faculty members, Dr. Mostafa Analoui and Dr. Mark Saxen. In July of 2002, the company was acquired by Dr. George K. Stookey, Ph.D. Therametric Technologies was originally housed in leased space located within the Indiana University Emerging Technologies Center on the Indiana University – Purdue University at Indianapolis campus through March 2010. In April 2010, the company moved into a brand new facility located in Noblesville, Indiana.
Details About Our
Independent Research Facility
26,000 Square Feet
The facility is close to large companies and housing developments from which to draw clinical participants.
In Memoriam of
Dr. George K. Stookey, Ph.D.
Former President & CEO of TTI
A native of Indiana, Dr. George K. Stookey attended Indiana University where he received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1957. He attended the IU School of Dentistry where he received a master’s degree in preventive dentistry in 1962 and a doctorate in dental sciences in 1971. He joined the faculty in the department of preventive dentistry in the IU School of Dentistry as an assistant professor in 1964. He was promoted to associate professor in 1973 and to professor in 1978. He served as Associate Director of the Oral Health Research Institute during 1974-81 and as Director, 1981-99.
He also served as Associate Dean for Research from 1985 to 1996 and 2000-01. Beginning in 1996 he served in various administrative positions at the IU School of Dentistry including Acting Dean (1996), Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs (1997-2000), and Executive Associate Dean (1998-2000). He was promoted to Distinguished Professor in 1998 and retired from administrative responsibilities in 2001.
Dr. Stookey continued to be an active researcher with primary interests in fluoride pharmacology, the use of fluoride to prevent dental caries, new technologies for the early detection of dental caries, and measures for calculus prevention. He is the author or co-author of more than 230 publications in scientific journals and 321 presentations at scientific meetings with contributions to a dozen text and reference books. He also has nearly 20 US and foreign patents. In 2002 he received the International Association for Dental Research Distinguished Scientist Award for Dental Caries Research.
In January of 2022, Dr. Stookey passed away, but his legacy lives on through Therametric Technologies.
Don’t Take Our Word for It
What Our Customers Say About Us
We at Perrigo have relied for years on the knowledge, skills, and capabilities of Therametric Technologies to ensure we understand oral care products and how they perform. We feel confident of receiving useful advice on evaluation methods as well as accurate and reliable results from this premier organization when they do testing. Therametric provides the oral care industry with first class service.
Perrigo Oral Care
Working with Therametric Technologies has been remarkable and note-worthy for Procter & Gamble. Throughout our business partnership, Therametric Technologies and its technical staff have consistently demonstrated scientific rigor, technical capability, competence, and responsiveness in all dental product tests that we have requested. Working together, we generated scientific data for our products to assure compliance with the FDA and ADA requirements and to provide insights relevant for product efficacy and safety. They are best in class in the services they provide.
Eva Schneiderman, Ph.D.
Director, Oral Care
Proctor & Gamble
Haleon have utilised and benefited from TTI’s numerous in-vitro methodologies to support the development of Oral Health products, and deliver everyday healthcare to our consumers.