AAE holds annual meeting with emphasis on access
CK Dental attracts a crowd as attendees gather to hear more about the company's endodontic instruments.
Attendees at the AAE meeting visit the registration area.
The entrance to the exhibits.
Erica Capilla explains the benefits of the IMPACT AIR 45 high-speed handpiece. The IMPACT AIR 45 has a unique 45-degree angled head, allowing maximum access and visibility. It is available with or without fiberoptics.
Rick Willson of Essential Dental System explains the benefits of the Endo-Express/SafeSider instrumentation system.
Dr Paul Petrungaro, president of The Implant Learning Center, explains how his courses can help endodontists who are interested in learning to place implants.
A Jordco representative shows off the Endoring II kit, which allows the clinician to directly place, store, measure and clean endodontic hand and rotary instruments within the operating field.
AAE attendees check out Roydent endodontic products.
The American Association of Endodontists held its annual meeting 14-17 April in San Diego, USA.
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