2D or not 2D? That is the question for dentists.

A 3D panoramic model offered by Carestream.

When should you stick with a 2D pan or make the switch to a 3D pan at a dental practice?

Both 2D and 3D panoramic images are useful when diagnosing and further treating dental patients. However, the two technologies cannot be used interchangeably, and there are situations where each would be a better fit. To make sure your patients receive the best treatment and care possible, it’s important to determine the different times each of these panoramic imaging technologies should be utilized.

What is 2D imaging?

2D panoramic imaging is most simply explained as a two-dimensional view of the three-dimensional oral cavity space. 2D pans use fan-like imaging to capture views of patients’ mouths and are most useful in common, simple procedures or diagnoses.

When are 2D pans most beneficial?

  • Diagnosing Tooth Decay. Since 2D images primarily highlight the teeth, it’s easy to see when something is amiss. In a situation where a patient is experiencing tooth decay, the use of 2D imaging can help identify the issue quickly.
  • Diagnosing Bone Loss. For similar reasons, bone loss in and around the oral cavity can also be examined and repaired with the help of a 2D panoramic image.
  • Routine Check-ups. 2D imaging is crucial to help the everyday flow in an office. Keeping up to date on patients’ records is simple with 2D imaging. With reduced amounts of radiation exposure, regular updates of patients’ oral cavities serve as references when identifying any implications they may be facing.
A 3D panoramic X-ray model offered by Kavo.

3D pans in the spotlight

3D pans use Cone Beam Computed Technology to produce three-dimensional images that offer height, width and depth. Useful in more intricate procedures, they can also help diagnose seemingly unsolvable issues.

CBCT offers insight as to the location of nerves and blood vessels to ensure a more accurate depiction of the patient’s oral anatomy. 3D pans are often used for more serious procedures or diagnoses.

When are 3D pans most beneficial?

  • Placing Dental Implants. Thanks to a seemingly infinite amount of information on a patient’s oral cavity the 3D pan offers, a doctor can be completely certain when deciding where to place an implant.
  • Identifying Bone Defects. CBCT offers a higher percent of sensitivity when detecting artificial bone. It can also aid in identifying bone destruction from a tooth infection.
  • Extraction of Wisdom Teeth. For a complicated procedure like extracting implanted teeth, having a full array of knowledge is vital. With 3D pans, doctors can view everything from the nerves in a patient’s oral cavity to sinuses. Having this knowledge ensures a smooth and painless procedure.
A 3D panoramic X-ray model offered by Vatech.

Ready to take the next step?

Benco Dental offers cone beam imaging solutions that for any panoramic X-ray need.

  • Benco Dental can open doors to industry leading manufacturers like Carestream Dental, Vatech and Kavo.
  • The result: unprecedented treatment planning and patient communication capabilities, along with world-class service and support.
  • Contact your Friendly Benco Rep today at 1.800.GOBENCO

Is polishing better than glazing? One expert says yes.

In a recent article for Dental Creations, Jim Emmons, CDT, FNBC explores the topic. Emmons, who has developed many techniques for dentistry such as The Spectrafire Air Brush System and Wet Palette Humidors, among others, has published books such as The Aesthetic Edge: Bioluminescent Color and Ceramics and The Spectrafire Digital Shade Communication System.

“The advent of pre-shaded zirconia is making the benefits of polishing superior over glazing. Polishing takes less process time as you do not have to fire the restoration again. By the time you shade and glaze the restoration and then fire the crown again, glazing will add 40 minutes to your process time.

When determining how to finish your restorations, all the evidence points to polishing. Polishing of a restoration is the gift of excellence to the patient and the reputation of quality for the technician.”

Jim Emmons, CDT, FNBC

Emmons cites an article published by Dr. D. Nathanson in 2011, that distinguished between polishing versus glazing of zirconia.

“He did a study at Boston University named, ‘1650 Human Enamel Wear Against Four Dental Ceramics in Vitro.’ In this study, he found that ‘at 600,000 strokes, the polished zirconia caused significantly less wear to enamel than the glazed zirconia.’ He also concluded, ‘the polished zirconia remained unchanged, but the glazed zirconia showed significant loss of the glaze layer.'”

Dr. D. Nathanson
Jim Emmons, CDT, FNBC

Why does Jim Emmons suggest Z-Shine Diamond Polish by Dental Creations, ltd.?

Z-Shine Diamond Polish, according to Emmons:

  • Is not an industrial repackaged product. This polish was specifically designed to polish zirconia and lithium di-silicate ceramics.
  • Requires use of only a #11 soft bristle brush for 30-45 seconds total to polish all four sides of any restoration, Z-Shine Diamond Polish.
  • Requires only quick and easy clean up with a small tooth brush and soapy water.

Want to learn more about how Z-Shine Diamond Polish offers high

quality, restoration longevity, and time savings? Read Jim Emmons complete article: https://dentalcreationsltd.com/to-glaze-or-not-to-glaze/

Want to SmileTwice? Learn how brothers give back and support oral health

Two brothers, Julian and Cody Levine, joined in a mission trip to Eleuthera, Bahamas with Lenny Kravitz and his Let Love Rule Foundation in 2015 and returned with an idea that would allow everyone to enjoy the power that smile has to offer. That’s how they began creating Twice.

“We left (Eleuthera) determined to make a healthy smile accessible to everyone: by creating a product that would reflect the beauty, health and confidence embodied by the new smiles of our patients, then making sure that product gave back to the cause that inspired it all. Through years of research, development, and focused collaboration with industry experts, we were able to bring our vision to life.”

Julian and Cody Levine, according to SmileTwice.com

Drawn to giving back through dentistry

With two parents committed to philanthropy and innovation in the world of dentistry (their dad is renowned aesthetic dentist and prosthodontist Dr. Jonathan Levine and their mom is marketing authority Stacey Levine who championed the smile as the “centerpiece of beauty”) it’s no surprise that their sons decided to forge forward in the field. Dr. Jonathan and Stacey launched the GLO Good Foundation in 2010 to provide oral health care, tools, and education to those in underserved populations, giving them the gift of a healthy and confident smile.

Stacey Levine and Dr. Jonathan Levine during a mission trip.

Better brushing habits, more giving

After learning that 35% of people do not brush their teeth twice a day Julian and Cody Levine and Lenny Kravitz created Twice, a morning and night toothpaste.

“Our goal was to re-imagine brushing twice-a-day by creating an experience people would actually look forward to—every morning and every night.”

On the most recent trip to the Bahamas, Twice donated 700 tubes of toothpaste.

“Every purchase of Twice makes an impact. Through our partnership with the GLO Good Foundation, we commit 10 percent of our profits to funding more missions in Eleuthera and around the world.”


The Twice duo, Early Bird and Twilight.

Early Bird offers a wintergreen and peppermint flavor that is designed for waking up and preparing for the day. Twilight, a blend of peppermint, vanilla and lavender presents the perfect flavor to unwind and relax at night.

Learn more: https://shop.benco.com/Product/5425-863/twice-toothpaste-the-duo-2-x-34oz-pack-of-24?SearchId=b28017e0-351d-4096-aaae-3bc2545ddfbd

Julian and Cody collaborate with GLO Good Foundation to provide oral care, tools, and education to underserved populations. The video below explains how they are changing lives by giving the gift of a healthy smile.

Sponsoring smiles among the Incisal Edge #IE40Under40

More recently, Cody and Julian attended the 2019 Incisal Edge 40 Under 40 photoshoot in NYC and offered an opportunity for two of America’s Best Young Dentists to participate an upcoming mission trip to Eleuthera.

Those who attended the 40 Under 40 photoshoot and cocktail reception were able to sample Twice toothpaste and enter to win the opportunity of a lifetime. Two honorees were selected in a random drawing during the reception, and courtesy of Twice, Dr. Kady Rawal and Dr. Mark M. Dawoud (shown at top with Cody and Julian Leving) will receive a dental mission trip to the Bahamas in collaboration with GLO Good.  Below, view a video from the #IE40Under40 celebration:

Is your dental practice design a standout?

Enter the 2020 Incisal Edge Design Competition and you may be sitting pretty in a new Herman Miller Aeron chair.

A Herman Miller Aeron Chair is one of the grand prizes in the 2020 Incisal Edge Design Contest. Three Existing Dental Practices will earn an Aeron along with a profile in Incisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine’s spring 2020 issue, among other award.

 The 2020 Incisal Edge Design Competition, for a seventh straight year, aims to reward creativity and innovation in dental practice design. There are three categories for Existing Dental practices and one for Design of the Future.

2019 Incisal Edge Design Competition winner in the category Repurposed Practice: Bunek Dental Studio // Ann Arbor, Michigan (shown above).

3 Categories for Existing Dental Practices

 1. SPECIALTY PRACTICE (Best new, remodeled or expanded facility)

 2. NEW CONSTRUCTION (Best new facility designed from ground up)

 3. REPURPOSED PRACTICE (Best complete makeover or remodel of a existing facility)

Who can enter?

 Dental professional, architects, and interior designers.

What can you win?

• a professional photo session for your dental practice

• a profile in Incisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine’s spring, 2020 issue

• framed display of your winning entry as featured in the magazine

• “Incisal Edge Design Competition Winner” seal to be used for marketing purposes

• Herman Miller Aeron chair valued at $1610.00, List Price

2019 Incisal Edge Design Competition winner in the category Specialty Practice: Colorado Maxillofacial and Oral Surgeons (CoMax) Colorado Springs, Colorado (shown above).

Learn more about contest details

Select a category above and complete the corresponding nomination form at IEDesignContest.com

You may not enter an office in more than one category. Entries will be accepted through November 11, 2019 for Existing Dental Practices. A juried panel of experts from the dental and architectural worlds will pick the most striking designs and practices.

Read about the 2019 award winners, including Urnise Dentistry // Glenwood Springs, Colorado (shown at top) here.

Ready to Design the Future?

This year’s challenge for visionaries everywhere: Big Design Statement, Small Space in the Incisal Edge Design of the Future contest.

Who can enter?

Students, architects, interior designers, dentists, anyone with the vision to create a workplace for the dental patients and practitioners of tomorrow.

What can you win?

One grand prize winner will receive:

  • $2,000 prize
  • an “Incisal Edge Design of the Future Winner” seal to be used in a portfolio
  • a profile in Incisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine’s spring 2020 issue

Second prize winners will receive:

  • $1000 prize
A 2017 Syracuse University graduate, Alexis Wilson was interested in ways to help people combat their fear of the dentist. She got intrigued by “forest bathing,” a concept—especially popular in Japan—“where you’re just in the forest, absorbing the atmosphere,” Wilson told Incisal Edge. “I had the idea to create a nature-inspired interior but add some personality as well.” Her design for RiNo Dental, shown above, earned the 2019 Design of the Future grand prize in the Incisal Edge Design Competition.

Learn more about Design of the Future contest details

Select Design of the Future and complete the corresponding nomination form at IEDesignContest.com

Entries will be accepted through November 11, 2019 for Design of the Future category. A juried panel of experts from the dental and architectural worlds will pick the most striking designs.

Read about the 2019 award winners, including RiNo dental, created by Alexis Wilson here.

Ready to enter? Get started.

http://www.iedesigncontest.com/2020-entry-forms/

For complete contest terms and conditions visit: https://www.benco.com/contest-instructions/

Can lounge chairs give patients cancer?

Flame retardant furnishings may have been created with protection in mind, but their after effects can be detrimental.

Chemicals used to treat the filling and upholstery of guest and lounge seating seen in many dental office waiting areas are considered by many scientists as the new lead.

They were invented to slow the spread of fires, but after decades of use, wide‐spread testing has shown they contribute toward hormone disruption and certain types of cancer.

Solving problems takes a creative approach — something the designers at Benco Dental’s CenterPoint Design embrace. Their goal: making sure your dental practice furniture works well, while ensuring the health and safety of your patients, and the planet.

Palisade Collection Palisades uses fire
retardant-free materials (Photo Courtesy Herman Miller)

Ask yourself, “Have we made the best choices possible?”

Only by continuing to ask that question and making sustainability a priority can we be confident in creating a better world.

Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, shifting to use of sustainable woods. (Photo courtesy Herman Miller)

Herman Miller furniture, distributed by Benco Dental, has added other well-being features to its product line, including:

* Curved edge surfaces to prevent bump incidents

* PVC free, non-flame retardant textiles on all seating

* Antimicrobial treatments on request only

* Takeback programs for end-of-life products

* Zero waste in manufacturing, reductions in water/energy and local resources

Mirra 2 Chairs, shown, reuse materials. (Photo courtesy Herman Miller)

Learn more about the well-being features Herman Miller includes in its product lines and how you can incorporate Herman Miller in your practice:

Contact Mandy Welman at 570-602-7011 or hermanmiller@benco.com

Build your orthodontic practice with CBCT this fall

In the orthodontic world, nothing has created a bigger buzz than digital orthodontic care. Venturing into the digital world should not be taken lightly. It requires evaluation, planning and capital.

CBCT technology reigns supreme and is the foundation of orthodontic excellence. In an upcoming lecture with Dr. William E. Crutchfield, tangible advantages of CBCT like diagnosis, treatment planning, digital orthodontic care and analysis will be shared.

In addition to earning 5 CE credits, attendees will also learn how to leverage CBCT to build a practice with referrals, with other professionals and with the community.

Details, details, details…

This fall, Benco Dental and KaVo Kerr will host “CBCT: The Foundation of Orthodontic Excellence,” presented by Dr. William E. Crutchfield.

On Friday, October 11, from 8 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. at the Benco Dental CenterPoint West Design Showroom, 3590 Harbor Gateway N, Costa Mesa, California 92626, Dr. Crutchfield will offer professional education for dentists.

What can you expect to learn?

1. Why CBCT
2. Advantages of CBCT
3. CBCT for digital orthodontic care
4. Leveraging CBCT for practice promotion and growth

Ready to register?

Click here: https://kerreducation.cvent.com/CostaMesaCA101119
For additional information on the course, please contact
Ty Ramsey at 469.360.1031 or Jeff Dierks at 636.698.4862

KaVo Kerr Corporation is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Kerr Corporation designates this activity for 5 Continuing Education credits.

Meet your instructor

Dr. William E. Crutchfield

Dr. Bill Crutchfield, a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, a graduate of the Medical College of Virginia (VCU) and its orthodontic residency, is committed to his patients in a completely digital orthodontic practice in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C.

Considered an expert in digital orthodontics, he is member of Ormco Insiders advisory board, SureSmile clinical advisory board and an advisor for OrthoScience.

Dr. Crutchfield frequently speaks on topics that include: clinical digital orthodontics, digital team design and digital practice management. Besides serving as president of the VAO and MCV Orthodontic Foundation, he also served the AAO as chairman of the AAOPAC and as a member of the Council of Governmental Affairs for over a decade.

Premier CEO talks AI and dentistry with WSJ

As President and CEO of Premier Dental Products Company, a family business that develops, manufactures and distributes dental products worldwide, Julie Charlestein (shown above) is the first woman and the fourth generation of the Charlestein family to lead the company, which was founded by her great grandfather, Julius Charlestein, in 1913.

In a recent interview with Wall Street Journal’s Agam Shah, Charlestein discussed how she believes Artificial intelligence (AI) will keep the Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania- based business “alive for another century.”

Charlestein, who was voted one of The Top 25 Most Influential Women in Dentistry by Dental Products Report, is leading Premier through its next evolutionary phase. Her aim: driving relevance to the marketplace with a customer-driven mindset underpinned by a focus on technology, data, brand strength, and human capital.

From his discussion with Charlestein, Shah explains Premier’s process:

“The company is using machine-learning algorithms to analyze historical sales data, information on dental procedures purchased from a data company, and U.S. dental industry trends to predict which products dentists are likely to need. Premier then uses that insight to determine what to promote. For instance, the company’s analysis spotted a need for a special clay paste for crowns and bridges, prompting it to boost marketing of its Traxodent product.

AI also helped the company identify the best applications for its SmartCap technology. The material provides long-lasting protection from tooth decay through microcapsules filled with fluoride, calcium and phosphate. Premier took information about SmartCap and matched it up with information from dentists on how they would most likely use the technology. The AI helped it figure out that more relevant applications for the product would be in areas such as sealant to protect enamel from decay. The company dedicated more resources in putting SmartCap in the applications recommended by AI, holding back from using it in other products to stave off the risk of dentists not using it.”

“Deciding not to do something in medical device development is as valuable as deciding to do something.”

Julie Charlestein, Premier President and CEO, discusses the value of AI in a recent Wall Street Journal interview.

Read the complete Wall Street Journal interview: https://on.wsj.com/2XormXk (free log-in needed for full text)

Innovation doesn’t take a summer vacation

The nation’s largest family-owned dental distributor strives to make it simple to stay up to date with all of the latest equipment and technology.
Benco Dental presents a few of these advancements.

The four products featured from left: Digital Doc XTG, RelyX Luting Plus, TPH Spectra ST and Benco Brands Natural Extensions

Give your work a flawless finish with the TPH Spectra ST.

The TPH Spectra ST Universal Composite Restorative

When Dentsply Sirona added SphereTEC™ filler to TPH Spectra composite, the benefits were numerous.

TPH Spectra ST Advanced granulated spherical fillers were designed with a well-defined particle size distribution and surface microstructure that work together with a trusted resin matrix to enhance handling and esthetics.

Their extra step: Asking the experts — the clinicians — which product improvements could make the composite more valuable to their patients and more efficient in their process?

Those answers drove the innovation. The new and improved TPH Spectra ST offers optimized handling, enhanced chameleon blending and improved durability; all of the things that matter to dentists most. The TPH Spectra ST makes this process even easier by offering five ‘Cloud’ shades that cover the full VITA® range that help make procedures more efficient.

The TPH Spectra ST offers a variety of shades to ensure the perfect match.

For more information on the TPH Spectra ST, click here.

Gear up for any visit with the Natural Extensions nitrile air gloves.

The Natural Extension nitrile air gloves by Benco Brands

This new, high-tech exam glove offers protection but also yields freedom and range of motion

The Natural Extension makes it possible to forget you’re wearing gloves. Natural Extensions nitrile air practically disappear on your hands, so you can focus on what you’re feeling. Refresh your routine with the glove that’s more like an extension of your own skin.

  • The best tactile-sensitivity
  • Non-sterile
  • Single-use Only
  • Nitrile, powder-free

Read more about the Natural Extensions here.

Say goodbye to cement messes with the RelyX Luting Plus

The RelyX Luting Plus by 3M ESPE

RelyX Luting Plus offers an assist with procedures like cementing a Zirconia crown.

By offering better bond strength and easier cleanup compared to other leading RMGI cements, the RelyX Luting Plus by 3M ESPE is formulated to make every day procedures like PFMs (porcelain fused to metal) and metal, or pediatric, crowns faster and more reliable.

For convenience, the RelyX Luting Plus is also available in the Clicker Dispenser for trial usage.

For more info on the 3M RelyX Luting Plus, check it out on our website.

Don’t let your old X-ray machine hold you back.

The Digital Doc XTG portable X-ray system

The Digital Doc XTG portable X-ray system produces high quality, diagnostic X-rays for both film and digital sensors.

This device benefits dentists by offering the freedom of movement and the removal of clunky X-ray equipment. However, it can still be mounted on tripod or arms for added stabilization.

Benefits include:

  • Rechargeable Battery (at least 150 exposures per charge)
  • Low Patient Exposure
  • Camera-like Operation
  • Ease of Use
  • Portability for Multi-Operatory Use
  • Film, Plate and Sensor Capability
  • 60 Kv Frequency X-Ray

Click here for more info on the Digital Doc XTG.

5 reasons to register for The Lucy Hobbs Project Celebration

The Lucy Hobbs Project hosts an annual celebration that encourages dental professionals to become a part of the movement that is changing the face of dentistry.

At this year’s event, the 7th annual celebration of women in dentistry, Cameo Dental Specialists is partnering with Benco Dental to host at The Blackstone Hotel on October 3-5 in Chicago, Illinois.

A national initiative, powered by Benco Dental and free to join, The Lucy Hobbs Project aims to bring women together from all facets of the dental profession through networking, innovation and giving back. It pays tribute to the legacy of the first woman to earn a dental degree in the U.S.: Dr. Lucy Hobbs Taylor. When she was refused admission to dental school in 1859 because of her gender, Lucy persevered (read her inspirational story here).
This pioneering spirit fuels the Project, and its members to drive dentistry forward.
The annual celebration will not only help attendees grow individually, but will also help dental teams grow together.

On the fence about registering? You’ll be able to make a concrete decision after reading the next 5 reasons to register for this year’s Lucy Hobbs Project annual Celebration.

1. Networking

  • Dental professionals from all over the country attend the three-day celebration. Attendees can learn from and network with peers to gain insight. Participants have the opportunity to take part in activities in line with this year’s theme “Mind+Body+SoulAchieve Your Personal Best Balance, at Home & Work“, hosted at The Blackstone, a location outside of the typical professional environment to encourage the creation of long-term bonds.

2. Giving Back

  • The Lucy Hobbs Project annual Celebration not only offers attendees the opportunity to better themselves and their dental practices, but also allows them to give back to those in need. Through a collaboration with the non-profit organization Let It Be Us, those at the event will have the chance to take part in a give-back activity aimed to help find homes for the 18,000 children living in foster care across Illinois.

3. Teamwork

  • Cameo Dental Specialists joins Benco Dental in hosting this year’s celebration. Cameo Dental Specialists includes practices located across Illinois. Its doctors and highly trained staff always strive to provide exceptional care to their patients in the most comfortable environment.
Dr. Vladana Babcic will be a guest speaker during this year’s celebration.
  • Dr. Vladana Babcic, of Cameo Dental Specialists, will participate as a guest panelist at the Celebration in October and share advice gained from working in the dental profession and offer words of encouragement to attendees.

4. Empowerment

CNN anchor Poppy Harlow will be this year’s featured guest. When she’s not co-anchoring the weekday 9-11 a.m. ET edition of “CNN Newsroom”, she hosts the CNN podcast “BossFiles with Poppy Harlow” with guests including Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Melinda Gates. This fall in Chicago, the Emmy-nominated journalist will join The Lucy Hobbs Project in partnership with Cameo Dental Specialists in celebrating six outstanding women in dentistry. Attendees will be inspired to maintain a positive mindset while striving for their long-term career goals and balance professional growth with a fulfilling family life. Harlow’s passion for life is sure to spark initiative within participants.

5. Recognition

  • Among attendees will be six exemplary women in dentistry who will receive awards that highlight their perseverance and dedication to the profession. These awards shine light on their unique accomplishments. This year’s winners will be honored at a celebratory ceremony:

Still need another reason?

Attendees will also earn three Continuing Education credits. Those interested in registering for this year’s 7th Annual Celebration at the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago Oct. 3-5 can do so here.

Refocus your dental workplace around its people

Fit out your dental office with setting that are fine-tuned to your staff’s activities and needs. Benco Dental can help you seamlessly insert furnishings and digital tools into areas where people can be more creative and efficient, says Mandy Welman, CenterPoint Interior Designer.

Herman Miller Exclave Whiteboard System travel with teams and individuals throughout the day to help preserve and disseminate good ideas.

Empower frictionless work

To achieve this, Benco’s CenterPoint Design team helps align your surroundings, furnishings and tools so work flows seamlessly in every area of your practice and into all office layouts. With Exclave, creative thinking that begins in one space can be refined or expanded in another. Shown above, Exclave Whiteboard system, designed for Herman Miller by Gianfranco Zaccai can be moved from room to room.
Whiteboards, tackboards, and lightweight eco boards travel with teams and individuals throughout the day to help preserve and disseminate good ideas. Mobile carts support the movement of boards, and provide freestanding display and space delineation in open areas. Rails installed in a variety of locations offer flexible, adaptable support for the full suite of Exclave products.

Equip your team with intuitive tools

Put the right technology, right where people need it.

Benco’s IT team partners with leading tech companies to deliver tools to integrate into all office settings.

Logitech SmartDock with Public Office Landscape

Logitech SmartDock schedules meetings and includes lock and dock to allow for phone calls.

Barco ClickShare with Public Office Landscape

Barco ClockShare’s wireless options for presentations is ideal for financial consults and training sessions.

Robin Reservation System with Public Office Landscape

Robin Reservation System offers scheduling, location services and managing your dental office from one main hub. You can be at your seat and scheduling and it will reflect lists of appointments outside treatment or training rooms.

Spend smartly with a streamlined process

Benco Dental offers doctors the ability to save time and money by working with its CenterPoint and vendor partners to design, order and install all your office furnishings and digital tools. This efficient process ensures you get only the products your people need to accomplish their work and stay in sync with each other.

Want to learn how you can incorporate these office furnishings and digital tools in your practice?

Contact Mandy Welman at 570-602-7011 or hermanmiller@benco.com