How to learn about the latest technology advancements from 3D Dental Imaging experts

Issue 9

Want to ask Dr. Scott Ganz a question? You’ll get the chance during a Live Online Q&A Google Hangout Session Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 5:30 p.m. EST.

Want to ask Dr. Scott Ganz a question? You’ll get the chance during a Live Online Q&A Google Hangout Session Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 5:30 p.m. EST.

Dr. Scott Ganz, DMD, will be a featured speaker at this year’s 7th International Congress on 3D Dental Imaging in Boston, Mass., on Oct. 25 and 26.

The workshop is being brought to the industry by i-CAT and Henry Schein Dental. Ganz says it’s the place to be to learn about state-of-the-art technology in the dental industry.

Ganz, who has previously been the moderator and a main speaker for seven different Congress events, will be speaking during the dental implant and oral surgery breakout sessions with his presentation, “Navigating the World of 3D Diagnosis.”

“This technology is important to everyday dentistry,” says Ganz. “People who attend [the 3D Dental Imaging Congress] will learn state-of-the-art content and have the ability to interact with experts and representatives of the company to learn more about the technology.”

This is the type of education that attendees won’t likely find anywhere else, he adds.

“Participants can spend time with the experts to ask questions, discuss cases and interact on a personal level, which is usually difficult at very large meetings.”

Discussing the advances of 3D imaging and its effect on dental implants, Dr. Ganz will answer reader questions prior to the Congress event during a live DPR Q&A online video Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 5:30 p.m. EST.

You can watch the LIVE session on DPR’s Google+ or YouTube channels.

Also, if you watch the live session, you’ll get an exclusive discount promo code that can save you $250 on your 7th International Congress on 3D Dental Imaging registration.

Get more information here, and sign up for a reminder to the event so you don’t miss out on the registration savings.

“No one knows it all ... meaning that we can all learn from each other-regardless of your level of experience,” says Ganz. “There are innovations happening every day, and clinicians are always coming up with new ideas and concepts to enhance patient outcomes.”

During the Congress event, attendees will also get an up-close-and-personal look and live demo of the i-CAT FLX. Ganz explains that the i-CAT FLX is a “great example” of dental technology moving forward.

“Lower radiation is always something that CBCT providers are trying to accomplish without losing the detail that is so important for proper diagnosis and treatment planning. The i-CAT FLX machine offers the best of the best, while providing useable data at radiation levels that are lower than a panoramic radiograph, which is a huge leap forward. Adding to these benefits is Tx STUIDO-a 3D planning software that can be used for implant, ortho, surgical planning and more, plus TMD and Airway analysis.”

Ganz advises all in the industry to “take advantage” of this learning opportunity and review the 3D Dental Imaging Congress program.

“Tell your friends and colleagues, as this will be a great meeting in a most wonderful city, Boston.”

Dr. Ganz currently maintains a private practice for Prosthodontics, Maxillofacial Prosthetics, and Implant Dentistry in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Dr. Ganz has been voted one of the "Best Dentists in America" and repeated his selection as one of the top dentists in New Jersey.

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