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Thursday
Mar142013

IT'S HERE: THE WASHINGTON ORAL HEALTH FOUNDATION'S ANNUAL PHONE-A-THON

For more than a decade, the Washington Oral Health Foundation has been serving communities across the state, providing oral health education in schools, creating acess to care for uninsured children through the Adopt-a-School program, helping the elderly and impoverished get low-cost dentistry through the outreach program, and providing dental care to uninsured children through the Rainier Boys and Girls Club operatory.

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Wednesday
Mar132013

PACIFIC NORTHWEST DENTAL CONFERENCE: ANNA PATTISON WORKSHOP ALREADY HALF SOLD OUT

Want to catch Anna Pattison at the PNDC? - Don't procrastinate, she's selling out!

Anna Pattison is one of the country's best known and most well-respected hygiene speakers, and this year we're presenting her Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation lecture and workshop at the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference. The lecture is a full day on Thursday, June 13, the workshop is a full day on Friday, June 14. The workshop fee is $495, with a class limit of 45. As of Thursday, 25 people had signed up for the workshop. 

Full Pattison workshop information · Click here

Full Pattison lecture information · Click here

Complete PNDC Schedule information · Click here

Tuesday
Mar122013

THE SOURCE: Sesame Communications shows you five ways to get more Facebook likes

Capitalizing on social media doesn't have to be hard. Sesame Communications —  a WSDA-endorsed company and valued member of THE SOURCE —  has five ways that you can grow your practice's likes on Facebook. The five suggestions aren't difficult to implement and won't eat up staff hours, and could help drive more business to your practice — using systems you already have in place.  

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Monday
Mar112013

Enroll now in the National Dental Practice-Based Research Network!

The National Dental Practice-Based Research Network is a collaboration of practitioners and clinical researchers investigating important issues that will improve the quality of dental care. Research is conducted in working dental offices on topics relevant to daily clinical practice. Working closely with practitioners, the network will develop study protocols that minimize the impact of studies on clinic operations and patient flow.

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