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XCPT(TM) Patient Engagement and Communication Software and DentalXP.com, a Leading Provider of Online Dental Education and Content, Sign a Co-Marketing Agreement
Date:2/26/2008

VENICE, Fla., Feb 26 /PRNewswire/ -- XCPT Communication Technologies, LLC has signed an agreement with DentalXP.com to collaborate on marketing and sales efforts by cross promoting each other's products and offerings to the worldwide dental community.

XCPT's software is a highly graphic, face-to-face, patient consultation and engagement method recognizing the importance of visual learning during treatment planning. With XCPT, the patient is involved in every step of the dental treatment process as the clinician uses the patient's own x-rays, CT scans and/or photographs to communicate treatment options and solutions. "XCPT's software helps patients decide what is best for them in a trusting, open environment," says Steven J. Feldman, DDS, Founder and CEO of XCPT. "With its use, we're seeing doctors gain productivity, communicate more succinctly and increase case acceptance by simply showing the patient what they see."

Founded in 2006, DentalXP.com has quickly become a leading source for online dental expert commentary, training, lectures, videos, and user forums. The site currently has 9000 registered users from 93 countries worldwide. Additionally, the company plans to launch language specific franchise sites in India, Japan, Brazil, Spain and Germany by the end of 2008. The site boasts dentistry's leading educators and "XPerts" consistently brings its subscriber base the newest innovations and information on all aspects of dentistry through online courses, interviews with industry leaders, and thought provoking articles.

"As the team at DentalXP.com continues to strive toward being the preeminent resource for online dental education and community building, we are very pleased to have XCPT as a partner in this effort," said Maurice Salama, DMD, a member of the Scientific Committee at DentalXP.com. XCPT's innovative, visual form of personalized patient communication represents the type of forward looking technology that we are happy to sha
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