MART R D H
The Perfect Prep
Paste For Adhesive
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The thin and white transparent 5% Sodium Fluoride Varnish
in a non-messy new delivery system
Easy non-messy Single Dose delivery system
White transparent color without yellow
discoloration of the teeth
Great tasting flavors without an
Contains no Saccharin, Aspartame or Gluten
Available in both adult and child dose
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SAFE, SIMPLE, STYLISH.
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Protect-A-Lens is the latest in affordable, convenient, disposable
protective eyewear. Protect your patient’s eyes from flying
amalgam, prophy paste, handpiece mist and water spray. PAL
(Protect-A-Lens) is heat treated to provide a “rolled tension”,
allowing the safety glasses to cling to the patients head without
the use of earpieces. No autoclaving,
no wasted time.
Available in Clear, Smoke
or as a Variety Pack.
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would be directly affected. Having everyone involved provides op-
portunities to appreciate and understand one another’s roles and re-
sponsibilities, thus improving overall communication, treatment, and
Once a new technology has been installed and the team is using it
effectively, ongoing training is as important as the initial training. Due
to a number of factors during initial training—from time constraints
to team members being overwhelmed—trainers can provide only the
basic information. Ongoing training allows team members to address
issues they didn’t know they would have until they used the technology.
Follow-up training in six to eight weeks provides the team with enhanced information. Annual updating is also important as new team
members come on board or new enhancements are enacted.
Training and technology need to be incorporated into the overall
treatment plan for a practice to ensure successful treatment
ANN-MARIE C. DEPALMA, RDH, MEd, FADIA, FAADH, is the 2017
recipient of the Esther M. Wilkins Distinguished Alumni Award of the
Forsyth School for Dental Hygiene/Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dental Hygiene and the
Association of Dental Implant Auxiliaries, as well as a continuous member
of ADHA. She presents continuing education programs for dental team
members on a variety of topics. Ann-Marie has authored chapters in
several texts for dental hygiene. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.