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Pulpdent Adds New Sales Representation

WATERTOWN, MA:  July 18, 2011— Pulpdent Corporation has announced the addition of Troy Steinbach of Steinbach and Associates to represent Pulpdent products in Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and New Mexico.  

Troy Steinbach is a knowledgeable dental professional who enjoys strong relationships with dealers and has the technical skills to effectively use social media as a means of communicating with his customers in this large territory. Working with national as well as independent dealers, Troy Steinbach assists manufacturers and dealer sales representatives in bringing products to market that provide advantages to both dentists and their patients.

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Zimmer Dental Partners with Zfx for Digital Dentistry Solutions

Zimmer Dental Inc., a leading provider of dental oral rehabilitation products and a subsidiary of Zimmer Holdings, Inc., is pleased to announce a unique partnership with Zfx GmbH that will expand the latter’s global presence in the digital dentistry arena and allow Zimmer Dental to notably enter the CAD/CAM crown and bridge market, offering restorations on natural teeth as well as implants. 

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Three-Day Program On Inlab Milled Copings Held At Vident

(Brea, CA) – Participants recently traveled to the Brea, CA headquarters of Vident to participate in a dynamic three-day program on inLab Milled Copings. Led by Senior Technical Instructor Ken Zaker, CDT, the course provided each participant with an opportunity to explore and capture the fundamental understanding of optical scanning, design and shaping of single unit copings, bridge frameworks and full contour restorations. Each attendee participated in hands-on training and learned the step by step procedures and tools necessary to operate the Sirona inLab milling unit, inEos acquisition unit and design frameworks using the Sirona software in a commercial laboratory environment. Participants walked away with a greater understanding of block materials and the advantages of using the right materials, as well as learned how to manipulate image files for email.

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Give Back a Smile Goes Global in Germany

MADISON, Wis. (7/13/11)—Domestic violence survivors in Germany now have an opportunity to have their smiles restored through the expansion of the AACD Charitable Foundation’s (AACDCF) Give Back a Smile (GBAS) program in Germany.

GBAS, the AACDCF’s premier program, restores the smiles of those who have survived domestic violence and have sustained injuries to the smile zone. With the help of volunteer dentists and generous donations, the program is currently active in the U.S. and has helped more than 1,000 survivors to date.

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