Kettenbach LP partners with Las Vegas Institute

July 29, 2010
Bite registration and impression materials will be featured during institute’s core courses.

HUNTINGTON BEACH, California--Kettenbach has announced a corporate partnership with the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies.

The announcement has been made by Jens Kuhn, president, Kettenbach GmbH & Co. KG. The partnership will grant LVI students access to several of Kettenbach bite registration and impression materials during the institute's seven Core Courses.

“LVI is one of the leading postgraduate institutes in the dental industry, and Kettenbach is proud to partner with them,” Kuhn said.

“Students who attend LVI courses will learn from some of the finest dental educators in the industry. In turn, they will use quality Kettenbach products during LVI’s Core Courses and teaching clinics. Both are win-win situations for the students.”

As part of the partnership, LVI students will use Kettenbach’s Futar and Futar Scan bite registration materials, Silginat alginate alternative impression material and Panasil tray soft heavy, Panasil initial contact X-light, and Panasil monophase medium final impression materials.

LVI’s Core Courses include:

Core I Advanced Functional Dentistry—The Power of Physiologic Based Occlusion
Core II Orthotic Maintenance, Adjustment and Essential Aesthetic Reconstructive Techniques
Core III Mastering Dynamic Adhesive Principles in Complex Reconstruction Cases
Core IV Advanced Principles, Case Stabilization, and Bite Transfer in the Neuromuscular Practice
Core V Comprehensive Aesthetic Occlusal Reconstruction—Rehabilitation Begins
Core VI Coronoplasty and Case Finishing—Critical Steps for Neuromuscular Success
Core VII Full Mouth Reconstruction—Essential Tools for Finalization of Neuromuscular Rehabilitation

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