Don’t you want dental practice design to be easy?

Yes? Dentistry’s leading designers read your mind.

So they created the CenterPoint Experience, where in two days you can earn 9 CE credits, while you increase your business, understand your financial path and enhance office productivity.

Six opportunities await in 2017 (see below), to gain the knowledge and confidence to create a work space that is both efficient and beautiful.

Tristan Hamilton DDS, M. Arch.

During five of the events taking place across the country, Tristan Hamilton DDS, M. Arch. as keynote speaker will explain Why Four Walls Can Make or Break Your Dental Practice.

For one seminar, Dr. David J. Ahearn, founder of Design/Ergonomics, the nation’s largest independent dental office design firm, will discuss A Dozen Projects That Will Make Your Office A Fun, Easy and

Dr. David J. Ahearn

Productive Place To Work.  Dr. Ahearn shows you how to reduce clutter, decrease inventory, improve on-time performance, speed room turnaround, simplify infection control, and increase office profitability.

At each two-day course, Charles Loretto, of Cain Watters & Associates, LLC will put all the financial pieces together. Learn when

Charles Loretto

to depreciate the equipment and building of the new office, address when to pay down debt and when to prepare for retirement and set personal and business financial goals.

Interested? Mark you calendar and register today. For more information on the events listed below, contact Leah Fuller, 570-602-6887 or email

CenterPoint Dallas, Dallas, TX
FEBRUARY 9 & 10, 2017
JULY 20 & 21, 2017*

CenterPoint West, Costa Mesa, CA
MARCH 30 & 31, 2017
OCTOBER 26 & 27, 2017

CenterPoint East, Pittston, PA
MAY 11 & 12, 2017**
AUGUST 17 & 18, 2017

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