Attend seminar to learn how to diagnose, treat halitosis

Sept. 1, 1996
"Beating Bad Breath-The Seminar" is a full-day presentation that teaches doctors all they need to know about diagnosing and treating halitosis. Dr. Richard Miller, author of the book Beating Bad Breath, has successfully integrated halitosis diagnosis and treatment into his practice and shares the complete program. The fall and winter 1996 seminar schedule includes: Sept. 20, Boston; Oct. 4, Cleveland; Oct. 11, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (NYC); Nov. 1, Atlanta; Nov. 15, Toronto; Nov.

"Beating Bad Breath-The Seminar" is a full-day presentation that teaches doctors all they need to know about diagnosing and treating halitosis. Dr. Richard Miller, author of the book Beating Bad Breath, has successfully integrated halitosis diagnosis and treatment into his practice and shares the complete program. The fall and winter 1996 seminar schedule includes: Sept. 20, Boston; Oct. 4, Cleveland; Oct. 11, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (NYC); Nov. 1, Atlanta; Nov. 15, Toronto; Nov. 16, Montreal.

For later dates and details, call 800-961-DENT (3368).

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