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Dentra™ Announces Dentistry Council of Advisors
Date:7/22/2009

Dentra, a business unit of OCS, announced today the formation of their Dentistry Council of Advisors (DCA). The DCA will include Dr. Joel Berg, Dr. Paul Feuerstein, Dr. Dan Nathanson, and Dr. Barbara Steinberg. The DCA will help shape the direction of Dentra solutions to dental practices, labs, schools, manufacturers and payers. They will also provide thought-leadership in areas such as quality of care and patient satisfaction.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 22, 2009 -- Dentra, a business unit of OCS, announced today the formation of their Dentistry Council of Advisors (DCA). The DCA will include Dr. Joel Berg, Dr. Paul Feuerstein, Dr. Dan Nathanson, and Dr. Barbara Steinberg. The DCA will help shape the direction of Dentra solutions to dental practices, labs, schools, manufacturers and payers. They will also provide thought-leadership in areas such as quality of care and patient satisfaction.

"We are delighted to announce Dentra's Dentistry Council of Advisors," said Amanda Twiss president and CEO of Dentra. "This dynamic team of nationally acclaimed experts provides a broad range of clinical and technical backgrounds and offers tremendous insight into the future of dentistry. These visionaries, along with many others who have contributed their time and input over the past year, have been instrumental to the development and planning of our product offerings and will continue to influence our vision into the future."

Dentra's Dentistry Council of Advisors includes:

Joel Berg, DDS, MS
Dr. Berg is Professor and Lloyd and Kay Chapman Chair for Oral Health, at the University of Washington Department of Pediatric Dentistry. He is also Director, Department of Dentistry at Seattle Children's Hospital.

Paul Feuerstein, DMD
Dr. Feuerstein holds a DMD from the UNJMD (New Jersey) and has a General Practice in North Billerica, MA. He install
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