30,000 attend meeting in Chicago (11 images)
“We expect the iLase to significantly improve workflow in the dental suite by making it easier than ever for any dentist or hygienist to bring laser technology to any patient,” said BIOLASE CEO David M. Mulder.
Catherine Bonser talks about some of the many new products available from DENTSPLY.
Thomas R. Hirsch, DDS, founder and CEO of Isolite Systems, demonstrates the use his company’s equipment on a volunteer.
Elvis was in the building. The sequined one and his showgirl companions were on hand to help drum up interest in the CEREC 25th Anniversary Celebration, to be held by Sirona 26-28 August in Las Vegas.
‘Flossie’ was on hand to tell kids about oral health.
Andrew Nordby, left, Tom Schulstad and Lewis Soraich of HealthFirst Corp., a company that helps make sure dentists are equipped should a patient ever have a medical emergency.
Newton Miranda of the FDI World Dental Federation, left, Adolfo Rodriguez, Javier De Pison of Dental Tribune Latin America, and Dr Samuel Prophete from Port Au Prince, Haiti, who said aid is still needed in his home country follow
Meeting attendees look at signs to help find key exhibitors.
Some of the best research from dentists of tomorrow was being explored at the table clinics.
The Tooth Fairy was in trouble with the police at the booth of 3M ESPE, where presentations were given about the Filtek Supreme Ultra universal restorative. Dr David Clark provided the more scientific portion of the presentation.
Karen McShea, left and Kaitlin Hansen of WOW Oral Care.
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