D is for Design, Dentistry and Dallas.

If you didn’t guess by the decor in the consultation room (shown above), visitors to the Lone Star state — specifically Benco Dental’s CenterPoint Design showroom — were given a larger-than-life welcome September 29 and 30.

More than 60 dental professionals from across the nation gathered for a CenterPoint Design Seminar, featuring keynote presenter Dr. Tristan Hamilton, discussing “Why Four Walls Can Make or Break Your Dental Practice.” Other educators on hand included Darlene Giese of Transitions Group North America and  Charles Loretto of Cain Watters and Associates.

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CenterPoint Design Specialist Melanie Hunter maps out one-on-one consultations between attendees and industry experts at the CenterPoint Design seminar.

Perfect timing, as the nation’s largest privately owned dental distributor prepares to mark the one-year anniversary of the CenterPoint Dallas Showroom opening on October 8.

If you’re wondering if a two-day course will offer you the knowledge and confidence to create a work space that is both efficient and beautiful, add a CenterPoint Design Seminar to your calendar in 2017 and discover the answer firsthand. Dates for 2017 will be announced soon.

Practicing clinicians are invited to attend at no charge and earn up to nine Continuing Education credits. Learn time and money-saving strategies to increase business, understand your financial path and enhance office productivity.

To learn more about the CenterPoint Design offerings, contact your Friendly Benco Rep or call 1.800.GOBENCO.

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The nation’s largest privately owned dental distributor Benco Dental prepares to mark the one-year anniversary of the CenterPoint Dallas Showroom opening on October 8.

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