KOMET at 2011 FQ meetings

Dec. 10, 2010
Company plans to display product line at 11 dental meetings.

ROCK HILL, South Carolina--KOMET, a leader in the production of highly specialized and precise dental rotary instruments, plans to exhibit its product line at 11 dental meetings during the first quarter of 2011.

To read more about KOMET, go to KOMET.

KOMET USA welcomes dental professionals and industry press to visit and speak with company representatives at any of the meetings. Below is the list of meetings at which KOMET USA is scheduled to exhibit:

* Minnesota Association of Orthodontists Winter Meeting: Bloomington, Minn. – Jan. 7
* Chicago Dental Society’s Northwest Suburban Meeting: Arlington Heights, Ill. – Jan. 11
* Rocky Mountain Dental Convention: Denver, Colo. – Jan. 13-15
* Southwest Dental Conference: Dallas, Texas – Jan. 13-15
* Iowa Dental Lab Association: Riverside, Iowa – Jan. 14-15
* Yankee Dental Congress: Boston, Mass. – Jan. 27-29

* Star of the South: Houston, Texas – Feb. 3-5
* Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting: Chicago, Ill. – Feb. 24-26
* LMT Lab Day: Chicago, Ill. – Feb. 25-26

* Utah Dental Association: Salt Lake City, Utah – March 10-11
* Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting: Atlanta, Ga. – March 24-26

During these shows, KOMET USA plans to exhibit the following products:

* Soft Cutter (SC1): for highly detailed acrylic work, including the removal of excess marginal material from orthodontic appliances and detailed trimming around wire elements
* OS Discs/OS30 Handpiece: a disc/handpiece system designed to be used in cosmetic dentistry and orthodontic procedures for proper interproximal enamel reduction
* KOMET SF1LM: a sonic handpiece to prep tooth structure for crown placement using Sonic Tip instruments
* Endo Rescue Kit (Kit 4601): designed for the quick and simple retrieval of a fractured rotary nickel-titanium instrument within the canal
* Diamonds with depth markers: instruments that facilitate rapid anatomical reduction of the occlusal tooth structure to the recommended minimum thickness for ceramic inlay and partial crown restorations

For more information, call (888) 566-3887 or visit www.komet-usa.com.

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