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September 28, 2011
This month we’ll run down how to install a DCI/Marus dental chair, other makes may vary somewhat, but they are all quite similar. Installing a dental chair is a straight-forward and simple task that anyone can perform in less than 30 minutes. Really! And by doing it yourself, not only will you increase your familiarity with the workings of your equipment, but you’ll save money too!
Tools you will need: A scissors or sharp knife, a socket wrench, crescent (adjustable) wrench or a set of open-end/box wrenches and a 1/8” allen (hex) wrench.
Before the chair is delivered, the trucking company will call to make final delivery arrangements. We always have the delivery company call 24 hours in advance to make sure the delivery is convenient for you. Once the chair is delivered, you can begin installation:
And that’s all there is to it. You can have a new chair installed and fully functioning in just minutes!
September 6, 2011
Dr. Tommy Murph and Dr. Gayle Fletcher will again be travelling to Costa Rica to help the citizens there and teach a course on extractions, suturing, avoiding complications and dealing with complications that can arise from extractions.
The date is set for the week of October 22-27, 2011 and registration will soon be full!
Once again, attendees will receive 30 hours of CE credit for attending the course as well as helping the great people of Costa Rica all while enjoying this tropical paradise!
Attendees of the last course have stated this was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and the best CE they've ever had.
One attendee recently stated:
"Only have a few days left to sign up, and only a few spots left... I think that anyone who misses this opportunity will kick themselves. " -Dr. Dawn Kulongowski
You can also be assured of a great return on investment as well as a great chance to help the impoverished.
As before, American Dental will be supporting this effort with the donation of surgical instruments, highspeed handpieces (including a Surgical Solution 45 degree surgical highspeed), dental exam gloves, and toothbrushes.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to request information to sign up now!
September 1, 2011
In a few previous issues of Practice Tips we have discussed how to diagnose problems and care for your Statim. This month, we will walk you through inspecting & repairing your Statim's solenoid valve. It may seem a daunting task, but this video demonstrates just how easy it really is.
Can’t see the video? You can also view this video on our blog or Youtube.