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Contemporary Product Solutions Released their Winter Dental Magazine by Evaluating Dental Products and Dental Materials From a "Total Team" Perspective
Date:12/29/2012

">dental practice through the perspective of the dental team. The process begins with a customized evaluation pdf/online survey for identified evaluators. Contemporary Product Solutions and the dental manufacture will agree to a recommended quantity. Requirements for all of the evaluators to provide “step by step” photographs of the evaluated products as well as written comments/solutions. CPS is currently achieving a 95% survey return rate and making the necessary steps to hit 100%. Once the surveys are completed, each are summarized for an editorial review along with a pictorial tech-spec on how the product was used in their practice. With the addition of CPS clinical articles on dental application each team member in the practice is offered free Continuing Education Credits along with samples of products reviewed.

Dr. Frank Milnar, DDS, AAACD was asked about his experience has an evaluator with CPS. "Being a product evaluator for Contemporary Product Solutions is both interesting and responsible. CPS evaluations can affect the behavior of dental offices and their implementation with next generation materials. CPS provides evaluations to reputable and ethical companies who have non biased approach to better the profession. Contemporary Product Solutions is one of those companies. With Shannon Pace Brinker at the helm, I trust that she has the best intentions in mind for the dentist and auxiliaries alike to find solutions for the dental applications that face us on a daily basis."

All evaluations will be available 24/7 on CPS Magazine Website and in the Digital Magazine. Our product reviews and articles can be also be read in Dental Products Reports, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Henry Schein monthly dental magazines.

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