CHICAGO--The Hornbrook Group's Center for Advanced Clinical Education
has named HOYA ConBio its exclusive provider of hard tissue lasers for the upcoming 2007 curriculum.
In an effort to provide attendees access to the most cutting-edge technology, Hoya ConBio will equip The Hornbrook Group's Center for Advanced Clinical Education--an internationally recognized advanced continuing dental education program--with VersaWave Hard-Tissue Lasers to teach attendees the most advanced clinical uses for lasers within cosmetic and restorative dentistry.
Some of these uses include soft tissue smile designs, smile lift procedures, frenectomies and hard tissue application in closed flap, open flap and pre-prosthetic surgical procedures.
"When making product selections for usage in the programs, The Hornbrook Group is committed to partnering with those companies that are considered the best in the market place for their product category" said Dr. David Hornbrook, executive director of The Hornbrook Group.
"There are many laser companies out there, but Hoya ConBio's product quality, commitment to dental education and market leadership made them the best choice to be our hard-tissue laser provider."
"As a company, we are strong proponents of the live-patient, hands-on education experience as one of the best ways of learning today's advanced dental techniques," said Timothy Gehlmann, president & CEO of Hoya ConBio, a leading provider of laser solutions for medical and dental professionals worldwide.
"In partnering with The Hornbrook Group, we are provided an amazing forum to demonstrate the enormous role lasers can play in successful cosmetic and restorative cases."
Hoya ConBio's commitment also includes sponsorship of a Corporate Workshop at this year's Annual American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Meeting in Atlanta. The Hornbrook Group's faculty will provide a hands-on format to educate doctors as to what is possible in today's exciting laser technology.
The course is already sold out and has a long wait list of those AACD members wanting to attend, demonstrating the high desire of clinicians wanting to learn more about the clinical applications of lasers in dentistry.