(PRWEB) December 18, 2013
Dentists often face challenging situations when trying to restore teeth affected by decay. From xerostomia in older patients to increased decay from consuming sugary food in young patients, treating these challenges can require dentists to look for alternative solutions.
One of those solutions is EQUIA Self-Adhesive, Aesthetic Posterior Restorative, Dental Product Shopper is thrilled to announce.
Over 150 dental professionals have already signed up to participate in a joint effort between GC America and Dental Product Shopper magazine to educate the profession about the benefits of the EQUIA system.
The EQUIA System from GC America provides a significant advancement in glass ionomer technology with its filled resin, which seals in moisture while the restoration continues to mature. To allow dental professionals hands-on experience and access to reliable testimonials from third parties, GC America and Dental Product Shopper have set up a dedicated website for the system.
At http://www.rapidrestoratives.com, dentists can hear from Dental Product Shopper evaluators who have used EQUIA in their practices as well as view a technique video that shows how easily and quickly EQUIA can be used to provide patients with aesthetic restorations. Dentists participating in the program have learned that EQUIA is easy to use, does not require layering, and offers virtually no post-operative sensitivity.
By watching a short video and completing a brief survey, dentists are entered to win an EQUIA intro kit and a coupon worth over $50 in CE credits from Dental Learning. In addition, available exclusively at http://www.rapidrestoratives.com, if dentists who watch the video and complete the survey buy 3 EQUIA Fil Refills, they will get 1 refill for free and 1 Capsule Applier.
For more information, please email info(at)rapidrestoratives(dot)com or visit http://www.rapidrestoratives.com.
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