Dental design competition

Sept. 1, 1999
The contest will recognize winners in three categories: best in overall design, best in high-tech integration, and best first dental practice.

The Matsco Companies announces its Dental Office Design Competition 2000.

The contest will recognize winners in three categories: best in overall design, best in high-tech integration, and best first dental practice.

Newly built offices and offices with leasehold improvements or renovations that have been completed between Jan. 1, 1997 and Dec. 31, 1999 are eligible to enter. All practice types are welcomed.

The winner of "best in overall design" will receive a customized VideoPostcard production, including studio and on-location shots with a professional film crew ($25,000 value); extensive media coverage, including a cover story in Dental Economics; engraved plaque for the reception area; and other special benefits.

Awards and media coverage also will be provided for other winners.

A panel of industry and design experts will review the entries in early 2000. All winners will be announced during the Dental Design Symposium in San Francisco in May 2000.

All entries must be postmarked by Dec. 31, 1999. For complete details on the competition or an entry form, contact Sina Afredi at The Matsco Companies at (800) 326-0376 or visit the company`s Web site at www.matsco.com.

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