Air Techniques to Sponsor FREE Continuing Education Courses at the 2018 Chicago Midwinter Meeting
MELVILLE, New York — (February 13, 2018) — Air Techniques, Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of dental equipment will be sponsoring six different continuing education (CE) courses at the 153rd Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting. This annual meeting is being held on February 22 through February 24 at McCormick Place West. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to six CE credits at Exhibit Hall Booth 1425. There will be three different courses offered on Thursday, February 22 and Friday, February 23, each presented by a different practitioner.
Topics that will be discussed include: Detect Early and Restore Minimally; Infection Control; Radiation Safety with the Pediatric and Adolescent Patient; Practicing Ideal Pediatric Dentistry; Better Equipping Your Dental Practice; and Solving the Diagnostic Dilemma. Courses will be presented by Susan McMahon, DMD, Sheri Doniger, DDS, Juan Yepes, DDS, Mark Cannon, DDS, Gregori Kurtzman, DDS, and Ron Kaminer, DDS.
“We are excited to be offering six continuing education courses for the first time at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting, free of charge on the convention floor,” said Jennifer Brown, Air Techniques Trade Show and CE Events Manager. “Air Techniques maintains AGD (Academy of General Dentistry) accreditation, which allows us to offer this great opportunity to attendees.”
Each CE course will be held at Exhibit Hall Booth 1425 and are one hour in length, qualifying attendees for one CE Core credit per course. You are encouraged to register ahead of time as space is limited. To view full course descriptions visit the Air Techniques website. Representatives will be available at the Air Techniques’ Booth 1834 for more information.
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