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There are plenty of opportunities to learn on the exhibition hall floor at the Greater New York Dental Meeting. At the DEXIS booth, meeting attendees watch a presentation about CariVu caries and fracture detection technology. (Photo: Fred Michmershuizen, DTA)
Chadette Maragh, DTA

By Chadette Maragh, DTA

Sun. 29 November 2015

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NEW YORK, N.Y., USA: As the largest dental meeting in the United States, the Greater New York Dental Meeting is a buzzing metropolis of exhibitors and educators showcasing the dental industry’s most cutting-edge tools and practices. From in-booth demonstrations to live seminars and courses, the GNYDM delivers with a wide variety of educational opportunities that are sure to satisfy the thousands of dental attendees visiting from all over the world.

One such session, held Sunday morning, was David Fantarella’s half-day session about efficiency gains from the CO2 laser. Fantarella, an American Academic Periodontology Award recipient for outstanding achievement in periodontics and an educator on dental laser technology, discussed the elemental science behind lasers and their interaction with soft and hard tissues, as well as how such innovative machinery facilitates a more adept practice.

As one of the first five dentists worldwide to adopt the CO2 hard tissue Solea dental laser, Fantarella has integrated the new medium to his own practice, boasting incredible results on thousands of procedures.

The educational offerings at the GNYDM don’t stop there. Other topics include Invisalign, ceramic restoration, the changing face of dental implants, botox and dermal fillers, and an introduction to dental sleep medicine.

For more information, and for exact locations and times, pick up the on-site guide or download the GNYDM app for your smartphone.
 

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