Monthly Archives: February 2013

Celebration of Smiles Reception on Thursday Evening, February 21

In Chicago for the CDS Midwinter Meeting today? This evening, February 21, the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s ToothFairy is hosting a Celebration of Smiles reception from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place (Regency … Continue reading

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New Evidence-Based Book on TMDs Available Now!

With the controversy surrounding the treatment of TMDs, Treatment of TMDs: Bridging the Gap Between Advances in Research and Clinical Patient Management is a welcome addition to the dental literature. Instead of advocating for a specific treatment based on clinical experience, … Continue reading

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New Periodontal Review: A Study Guide Available Now!

It is a feat to become certified by the American Board of Periodontology (ABP), and attaining the diplomate status shows a dedication to the specialty of periodontics and a commitment to become the best periodontist possible. The ABP Qualifying Examinations … Continue reading

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Special Discount on Dr Wagner’s Lecture: The Nuts and Bolts of Complete Dentures

We are happy to announce a special promotion for attendees of Dr Stephen Wagner’s March 16 lecture, “The Nuts and Bolts of Complete Dentures.”  Sign up before February 27 to receive a special promotional package of a $50 Quintessence gift certificate … Continue reading

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Development of the Human Dentition iBook Now Available!

For almost three decades, Prof Frans P.G.M. Van der Linden’s classic text Development of the Human Dentition has been the international standard reference in its field.  These concepts have now been updated in an iBook-only format that serves as a new … Continue reading

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