Prevention has become the key to maintaining optimum oral health is today’s dental practice.
Prevention has evolved enormously from the use of basic “brush and floss” techniques of the past. The introduction of new, cutting-edge products and techniques is a necessity for any dental office that wants to provide the finest in care. This Live program, designed for the hygienist as well as any members of the dental team involved in prevention procedures shows the newest materials, technology and procedures in a “live” dentistry format. Various companies will demonstrate what their products can achieve in assuring the success of any office’s hygiene department. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to watch as each of these new products is utilized in a dynamic multi-faceted format!
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