Ammerbuch/Hauppauge; March, 4 2020: End of March, vhf will host two exclusive workshops for dentists, lab owners, dental technicians and all interested parties at its U.S. headquarters in Hauppauge, New York. Daniel Alter, MSc, MDT, CDT and Dr. Alan Jurim will teach how to take offices as well as labs to the next level and explain newest trends in digital dental workflows.
In his workshop Spoiled for Choice: vhf Mills – a Cut Above the Rest! on March, 25 from 6 to 8:30 PM, Daniel Alter explains how to future-proof a modern dental lab. Daniel Alter is professor of restorative dentistry, executive editor at IDT magazine and operated a successful mid-size, high-end commercial dental laboratory in Long Island until 2010. Participants of the course gain first-hand insights in making the optimal purchasing decisions and earn two CE credits for their participation. Together with the vhf team, experts from Zahn Dental will support the event. The instructive workshop is open to all interested parties, from new lab technicians to experienced owners. More information on how to register for this special event can be found on the vhf website.
On March, 27 from 2 to 5 PM, Dr. Alan Jurim will explain and demonstrate Seamless Same-Day Dentistry Workflows that every clinician and in-office technician can adapt. Dr. Alan Jurim, among other things, is Director of Digital Dentistry at integratedDENTAL, Director of Digital Dentistry at Touro College of Dental Medicine as well as 3Shape dental advisory board member. He will give an overview of different materials available, indications for use, and the production of exceptional restorations. Participants will gain knowledge about validated workflows from scan to design to mill and how to increase office productivity and enhance patient care. The renowned vhf partners Patterson Dental and 3Shape support this showcase. Registration is now open online at vhf.com.
At both events, customers can take the opportunity to test-drive the vhf mills live with the vhf experts. Another highlight for participants: they can bring in their own STLs to simulate everyday workflows and convince themselves of vhf’s high-quality milling machines. At the successive reception, guests of both events have the chance to meet the manufacturer’s tech experts for a question and answer session.
vhf is proud to offer customer trainings with exclusive on-site specials for the first time in the U.S. and looks forward to supporting many interested dentists and lab professionals in their future business.