Explore the benefits of piezoelectric technology

September 17, 2015

In addition to learning about the difference in the various ultrasonic technologies, discover what makes piezoelectric technology and its latest feature: fluorescein plaque disclosing solution stand out among the rest! Discover a way to simultaneously detect and remove dental plaque with illustrative ‘before and after’ case studies.

Join us on September 29th at 7pm EST for a live webinar.

Participants who are eager to learn about piezoelectric technology during this one-hour webinar will come away with a newfound understanding of its many benefits! 

In addition to learning about the difference in the various ultrasonic technologies, discover what makes piezoelectric technology and its latest feature: fluorescein plaque disclosing solution stand out among the rest! Discover a way to simultaneously detect and remove dental plaque with illustrative ‘before and after’ case studies.

Supportive post-webinar resources are available, including several live videos. Come learn about this exciting advancement which promises to enhance technique, educate the patient, save time and improve clinical outcomes!

After the webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the unique capabilities of piezoelectric ultrasonics and the role micro-ultrasonic tips play in contemporary periodontal therapeutics.

  • Discover the latest features in piezoelectric scalers and learn how “blue light” technology coupled with fluorescein plaque disclosing solution enhances the ability to find and remove plaque.

  • Discuss the advantages to having an intraoral camera that not only captures clear magnified photos but also serves for caries detection and identifies periodontal inflammation.

  • Learn how to use the intraoral camera and fluorescein plaque disclosing solution together to achieve optimal clinical outcomes.

Click here to join us on September 29th at 7pm EST for a live webinar. 

Colleen Rutledge is a hygiene coach, writer and well-respected dental hygienist who speaks nationally on the non-surgical approach to managing periodontal disease. Her professional career began over 30 years ago in Philadelphia after completing a dental assisting externship at Temple University and graduating class president from National School of Health Technology. She pursued a degree in Dental Hygiene at Coastal Carolina Community College in North Carolina and was the recipient of the Hu-Friedy Golden Scaler Award.

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