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Tuesday
Oct212014

Got Something to Say? Shout it out at the 2015 Emerald City Lecture Series!

Do you have an exciting topic that you would like to share with the Washington dental community?  The Emerald City Lecture Series is a great platform which has evolved into an extremely popular and competitive program highly anticipated by PNDC attendees.  Many of our past Emerald City Lecturers are now regular speakers at the PNDC and dental meetings across the country.

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Monday
Oct202014

ADA Installs New Officers

Dr. Maxine Feinberg, who practices periodontics in Cranford, N.J., was installed as president of the American Dental Association (ADA) during a recent meeting of the ADA House of Delegates in San Antonio. Dr. Feinberg is the third female to serve as the president of the 158,000-member organization. At the same meeting, Dr. Carol Summerhays was installed as President-elect of the ADA, and Dr. Thomas Gamba was  installed as Second Vice President.
Friday
Oct172014

Dr. Kim Kutsch speaks at the 2015 PNDC


We are pleased to announce Dr. Kim Kutsch, the CEO of Oral BioTech, will be speaking at the 2015 Pacific Northwest Dental Conference. On Friday, June 12, he will present two lectures: “Implementing CAMBRA Made Simple” and “Dental Caries Therapeutic Strategies Revisited”. These two lectures promise to be exciting and informative, and are essential for your dental team. Review other PNDC speakers

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Thursday
Oct162014

EBOLA: What You Need To Know:

A person infected with Ebola is not considered contagious until symptoms appear. Due to the virulent nature of the disease, it is highly unlikely that someone with Ebola symptoms will seek dental care when they are severely ill. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the ADA Division of Science, dental professionals are advised to take a medical history, including a travel history from their patients with symptoms in which a viral infection is suspected.

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