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New Kodak Training Facility Showcases the Latest in Dental Technology, Solutions from Advanced Automation: Networking Solutions, Dental Practice Management and Dental X-Ray Integration
Date:8/4/2009

R> Since the 1994, Advanced Automation has deployed and managed complete dental IT solutions for over 2100 dental practices in the Southeast. Advanced Automation makes offices more reliable, and more profitable, from digital charting and radiography to video surveillance and paperless systems. We can help you affordably empower the practice you've always wanted--with streamlined, automated, and efficient technology. Contact us today to learn how at: http://www.aautomate.com.

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