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Sirona Donates Dental Equipment to NCOHF

(Charlotte, NC December 20, 2010) Sirona Dental Systems, Inc. donated equipment valued at over $725,000 to enhance National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s Toothfairy (NCOHF) community-based programs for underserved children.

Twelve nonprofit oral health partners in the NCOHF Affiliate network benefited from the Sirona contribution of four Heliodent DS Intraoral X-ray units, eight CEREC 3 Acquisition Units, and eight CEREC 3 Milling Chambers.

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Greater New York Dental Meeting Successful Again

Packed with the latest in technologies, resources and an unbelievable amount of educational opportunity, the Greater New York Dental Meeting proved again that it is the single most effective dental venue in the United States. At this year’s 86th annual event, the Greater New York Dental Meeting registered 58,135 attendees from all 50 states and 132 countries which included 19,431 dentists, 6,387 dental assistants, 693 dental technicians and 4,682 hygienists.

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CAO Group Introduces Sheer FluorX Fluoride Treatment Film

Fluoride Treatment that is Simple to Apply, Easy to Wear, and Loved by Patients!

West Jordan, UT (December 17, 2010) – The CAO Group, Inc. (CAO), a worldwide provider of innovative dental devices and materials, recently introduced the newest member of its revolutionary Sheer Film™ family of products, Sheer FluorX™ Fluoride Treatment Film.

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BIOMET 3i Recognized for Outstanding Contributions

Palm Beach Gardens, FL – (November xx, 2010) – BIOMET 3i has been honored with an award for its significant contributions to Donated Dental Services (DDS), a program of Dental Lifeline Network. The award was presented at a reception celebrating the 25th anniversary of DDS during the recent American Dental Association Annual Session in Orlando. Dental Lifeline Network, formerly known as the National Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped, is a charitable affiliate of the ADA. Through DDS and other programs, the organization provides comprehensive dental care to people who are disabled, elderly or medically at-risk and has a nationwide volunteer network of 15,000 dentists and 3,000 laboratories. “The outstanding support of BIOMET 3i has helped DDS reach today’s milestone of providing dental therapies valued at $181 million to 100,000 people in 50 states,” Fred Leviton, President of Dental Lifeline Network noted. Mr. Leviton went on to say “Since we first approached

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