Come out way ahead in Vegas at PerioProtect2016

December 15, 2015

The PerioProtect annual meeting is specifically designed to benefit dentists and their office teams with a combination of scientific discoveries, practical implementation help, case study applications, insurance tips and focus on patient presentation skills.

The PerioProtect annual meeting is specifically designed to benefit dentists and their office teams with a combination of scientific discoveries, practical implementation help, case study applications, insurance tips and focus on patient presentation skills. 

Attendance at PerioProtect2016 on April 15-16 will reportedly build and energize your team, help your patients and expand your practice.

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Highlights include:

·         Lou Graham and Duane Keller: Deliver a One-Two Periodontal Punch: Prescription Trays for Improved Patient Health
·         Yiping Han: Mobile Microbiome: Oral Bacteria in Systemic Infections
·         The ever-popular roundtable: How Do They Do That?
·         Alan Friedel: Dental Insurance Plans: Can’t Live With ‘em, Can’t Live Without ‘em. Keys to Coping In the Shadow of the ACA
·         Liz Nies: Using the Right Words for Case Acceptance
 
“This is the best, most comprehensive Perio Protect seminar offered,” Managing Director Tanya Dunlap said. “If you’ve already implemented prescription perio trays into your protocols, come to this meeting to take the therapy to the next level for healthier patients and a healthier practice. If you’ve never attended one of our training programs, this is the best one because you get so much interaction with other doctors and teams who have Perio Protect experience.”
 
Attendees who come to Treasure Island in Las Vegas on April 15-16 will reportedly leave with answers that offer real solutions for your patients’ health. Early-bird specials are good through Jan. 29. Visit PerioProtect.com/Vegas for more information.

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