Industry News

SDI announces new Company slogan

SDI is pleased to announce our new Company slogan “SDI Your Smile. Our Vision.”
These words define SDI.  The new slogan reflects SDI’s focus on the dentist’s ultimate goal of achieving perfect smiles for their patients. 

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2011 Dental Industry Review Now Available

Peoria, az: January 6, 2011: The Anaheim Group, publishers of DentalFax®, has released the 2011 Dental Industry Review©, a 294-page comprehensive report of the key events in the worldwide dental industry for 2011. The Dental Industry Review is a well-known resource that contains dozens of color charts and graphs. The CD-ROM costs just $175 and contains the Review in both Word® and PDF formats, while the Direct Download service is only $150 and is in PDF format.

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Whatever it Takes to Save a Tooth

Dr. Gordon Wilson of Phoenix, AZ received the Orkos Award for demonstrated professional excellence in a case study report of a patient treated for gum disease. This patient had been referred to Dr. Wilson’s practice because his gum disease was so severe that 6 teeth were in jeopardy of extraction and the patient insisted on trying to save them all.  At the initial exam, Dr. Wilson agreed that at least two of the teeth were likely to be lost, but the patient persisted and volunteered to do “whatever it takes to save a tooth,” including the 200 mile drive to Dr. Wilson’s office for multiple visits. The treatment proved so successful that only one tooth (#2) was extracted and Dr. Wilson was able to plan necessary restorative work.

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Lessons In A Lunch Box Program To Reach 15,000 Children By 2012

Owings Mills, Maryland (December 8, 2011). The Lessons In A Lunch Box: Healthy Teeth Essentials & Facts About Snacks® program will kick off for a fifth straight year. By the end of 2012, the school-based oral health initiative isexpected to have reached 15,000 youth. Despite the challenging economy, interestin providing assistance has helped to keep the program thriving for another year.
This interest has helped to expand the program, geared toward elevating the oral health of families, further into school systems nationwide.

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