Company background

ONVI is a pioneer in dental health that designs groundbreaking products and services, which empower people to improve their oral health habits.

ONVI is committed to providing customers with innovative tools and information to help them better understand their oral health and, in turn, adopt better oral health habits.

ONVI founder Dr. Craig S. Kohler, D.D.S., M.B.A., M.A.G.D. is among the few dentists in the country that for 25 years has been using live video, recording his dental procedures through microscopes, to deliver premium care for his patients. Click here to find out more about Dr. Kohler and his current dental practice or visit us at kohlerdentistry.com

The ONVI Team

Dr. Craig S. Kohler D.D.S., M.B.A., M.A.G.D. Founder/CEO

Dr. Craig S. Kohler is the inventor of MOTSY Light. He has been practicing dentistry in one dental office (expanded 5 times) in the Chicago area (Wilmette) for over 40 years. He is among the elite dentists in the country who utilize microscopes, enabling him to see at a magnification five times greater than the typical dentist (loops 3x). He earned his Fellowship and Masters from the Academy of General Dentistry. He has taught dentistry for 15 years at NorthShore University HealthSystem, a teaching affiliate of the University of Chicago, since 2000, and has been a visiting faculty member of the Spears Dental Institute since 2009.

 

Our story

When we founded ONVI, makers of MOTSY Light, our goal was simple yet powerful: We wanted to help people better see and understand what was going on in their mouths. We believed that this would, in turn, help them improve their oral health care habits.

 

MOTSY Light inventor, Dr. Craig Kohler, has been at the forefront of dental innovation for over twenty years—and he’s among the few dentists in the country who use live video to deliver premium care to patients. He realized that if people could actually see what they’re doing while brushing at home, they would be able to clean their teeth more thoroughly and consistently—especially those spots that are hard to see (and commonly overlooked).