Best instructional video

April 1, 1998
Dr. L. Stephen Buchanan, an endodontist and leading educator, and video director/producer James Lowe have won their second, consecutive "Freddie Award" for the best instructional video in the field of dentistry at the American Medical Association`s 1997 International Health and Film Competition. From Dr. Buchanan`s video series, The Art of Endodontics: "Variably Tapered Shaping Files - It`s About Time," received this prestigious award. Dr. Buchanan`s previous Freddie was awarded for 3D Obturatio

Dr. L. Stephen Buchanan, an endodontist and leading educator, and video director/producer James Lowe have won their second, consecutive "Freddie Award" for the best instructional video in the field of dentistry at the American Medical Association`s 1997 International Health and Film Competition. From Dr. Buchanan`s video series, The Art of Endodontics: "Variably Tapered Shaping Files - It`s About Time," received this prestigious award. Dr. Buchanan`s previous Freddie was awarded for 3D Obturation.

For information on these videos or others in this series, contact Dental Education Laboratories at (800) 528-1590 or e-mail: www.endobuchanan.com.

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