New publication targets dental implant practice team members

Nov. 17, 2008
Each issue highlights topics relevant to the busy implant practice.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida--BIOMET 3i now offers Professional Development Pearls for members of the implant dentistry team. Each issue highlights topics relevant to the busy implant practice.

"Hygiene And Maintenance Of Implant Supported-Restorations" (ART1008 Rev A) addresses a step-by-step recare protocol for monitoring and maintaining dental implant-supported restorations.

Written by Anita Daniels, RDH, the issue discusses professional monitoring, analysis of oral hygiene, professional debridement and polishing, periodontal probing and understanding radiographs.

"Taking The Surgical Practice To The Next Level" (ART1008 Rev B) by Laurie Elizabeth Sizemore discusses how an organized approach to managing the practice may improve patient scheduling, the management of emergency patients, productivity, patient flow and customer service. Sizemore's approach ultimately may make the time spent at work more enjoyable for the entire team.

"Making Planned Continuing Education Rewarding For Everyone In Your Practice" (ART1083) by Linda Somers, MBA, explains the benefits of planned education with guidance on how to develop and implement a plan, team building, speaker and venue selection and program marketing.

To request a copy of Professional Development Pearls, call BIOMET 3i customer service at (800) 342-5454 and request any of the ART numbers shown above.

For more information, call (800) 443-8166 or (561) 776-6700, or visit the company's Web site at BIOMET 3i.

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