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Tech Expo will showcase innovations at ADA 2016

September 09, 2016

By David Burger

Photo of continuing education course at ADA 2015 – America’s Dental Meeting
Sharing knowledge: Dr. Paul Feuerstein teaches a continuing education course at ADA 2015 – America’s Dental Meeting. He returns to ADA 2016 to teach two courses as part of the Technology Expo.

Denver — Dental professionals will not be on the edge of their seat at the Technology Expo at ADA 2016 – America’s Dental Meeting.

Rather, they will be out of the seats, testing out some of the most cutting-edge technologies in the dental field today as well as learning about how to have the most technologically savvy practice on the block.

The Tech Expo, located in the Exhibit Hall at booth #2851, will allow participants to learn more about incorporating these technologies into their practices.

The Tech Expo will feature the Cellerant Best of Class Technology Awards, formerly known as the Pride Best of Class Technology Awards.  The award, handed out annually since 2009, recognizes innovations in dental technology and were created by Dr. Lou Shuman, Cellerant CEO, previously president of the Pride Institute.

The 2016 Cellerant Best of Class Technology Awards were awarded to the following companies for their products:
  • 3Shape for 3Shape TRIOS3, kiosk 2.
  • Bien-Air Dental for iOptima/Chiropro, kiosk 4.
  • DEXIS for DEXIS CariVu, kiosk 13.
  • Doxa Dental for Ceramir Crown & Bridge, kiosk 3.
  • Henry Schein for Dentrix Ascend, kiosk 7.
  • HR for Health, kiosk 8.
  • LED Dental for VELscope Vx with iPod Touch, kiosk 1.
  • MMG Fusion, kiosk 9.
  • Orascoptic for EyeZoom and Spark, kiosk 12.
  • Shofu Dental for EyeSpecial C-II, kiosk 5.
  • Solutionreach, kiosk 6
  • Vatech Green CT10x8, kiosk 11.
  • WEO Media, kiosk 14.
  • Zipwhip, kiosk 10.

The Expo also features 14 continuing education courses on the latest developments in dental technology. These courses are free, and attendees receive one hour of CE credit for attending.

The courses and speakers are:
  • 3D Cone Beam Imaging – A General Dentist’s Perspective (5650), Oct. 20, 9:45-10:45 a.m., Dr. John Flucke.
  • The Secrets to Introducing Innovation In Your Practice (5651), Oct. 20, 11 a.m.-noon., Amy Morgan.
  • Latest Advances in Digital Impressions and CAD/CAM (5652), Oct. 20, 12:15-1:15 p.m., Dr. Paul Feuerstein.
  • Online Marketing Best Practices — How to Maximize New Patient Leads (5653), Oct. 20, 1:30-2:30 p.m., Ian McNickle.
  • ROI Musts: A Surefire Way to Increase Productivity and Profitability with New Technology, sponsored by CareCredit. (6650), Oct. 21. 9-10 a.m., Ms. Morgan
  • Social Media and Online Reputation for the Modern Dental Practice (6651), Oct. 21, 10:15-11:15 a.m., Mr. McNickle.
  • Digital Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Using 3-D Technology (6652), Oct. 21, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Dr. Feuerstein.
  • Social Media Update (6653), Oct. 21, 12:45-1:45 p.m., Naomi Cooper.
  • Best of Class and Why They Are Best in My Practice (6654), Oct. 21, 2-3 p.m., Dr. Flucke.
  • What Every Dental Practice Website Needs in 2016 and Beyond (6655), Oct. 21, 3:15-4:15 p.m., Ms. Cooper.
  • Apps, Apps, Apps (7650), Oct. 22, 9:15-10:15 a.m. Marty Jablow.
  • CAD/CAM GPS – Navigating the Ever-Changing World of Digital Dentistry (7651), Oct. 22, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Dr. Parag Kachalia.
  • Five Hot Technologies (7652), Oct 22, noon-1 p.m. Mr. Jablow.
  • Digital Diagnosis (7653), Oct. 22, 1:15-2:15 p.m., Dr. Kachalia.

ADA 2016 – America’s Dental Meeting will convene in Denver Oct. 20-24.

All CE courses are listed at eventscribe.com/2016/ADA/.    

For the most updated information, visit ADA.org/meeting.

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