Dental technology available in reference guide

May 1, 1997
The new 1997 DDRT: Dentists` Desktop Reference to Technology, the definitive resource guide to high-tech dentistry, is available now from Seltzer Institute. The 76-page, full-color guide contains pertinent information about how to buy and use technology in dental practices. The reference guide is available for a small fee from Seltzer Institute, 225 Great Road, Littleton, MA 01460, (800) 229-8967, (508) 952-0011; email: [email protected]. Practicing dentists in the U.S. may obtain, free

The new 1997 DDRT: Dentists` Desktop Reference to Technology, the definitive resource guide to high-tech dentistry, is available now from Seltzer Institute. The 76-page, full-color guide contains pertinent information about how to buy and use technology in dental practices. The reference guide is available for a small fee from Seltzer Institute, 225 Great Road, Littleton, MA 01460, (800) 229-8967, (508) 952-0011; email: [email protected]. Practicing dentists in the U.S. may obtain, free of charge, the 1998 DDRT published on CD-ROM. Others may subscribe to the 1998 DDRT CD-ROM for a nominal fee.

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