ColLABoration for Improved Team Dentistry

IDT ColLABoration 2013 2I am a big fan of collaboration, whether online or in person.  As dental technology advances faster and dental professionals have access to increasing numbers of new systems, processes, and technologies, working together effectively and efficiently has never been more important.  This is especially true for dentists and laboratory technicians.  Inside Dental Technology and the Greater New York Dental Meeting have recognized this and are collaborating to bring ColLABoration 2013 to the dental community.

This event is designed to create a unique environment of rich learning for both dentists and technicians within the show floor of the GNYDM.    Featured peer-reviewed presentations will be designed to showcase team dentistry, co-presented by dentists and technicians:

IDT ColLABoration 2013 Schedule

In addition to CE accredited presentations, ColLABoration 2013 will feature digital dentistry live workshops and nearly 100 exhibits focusing on dental technology.  Registration for the event is free at the GNYDM website, and it will provide attendees complete access to the Greater New York Show as well.  Mark your calendar to collaborate for team dentistry and  best practices in patient care this December in New York City.

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About jmichaeldunn

A self-proclaimed "dental geek", I am passionate about the dental industry, oral health, and dental technology marketing. I have spent the last decade in various marketing capacities for dental technology companies. I enjoy talking about dental marketing with just about anyone and helping companies grow through developing innovative and integrated marketing communications campaigns.
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