A‑dec announced the launch of an easy way for dentists to try A‑dec|W&H handpieces in their practice—with no commitment: A‑dec|W&H Hands On, Hassle Free Handpiece Try & Buy.
Set up as a risk-free way to experience the handpieces free of charge, the offer starts with a visit to the website TryA‑dec.com to see the options. If dentists need more information in order to make the best choice for their practices, A‑dec’s handpiece-advisor.com tool offers details and product comparisons. Then, they simply choose the handpiece(s) they want to try, and test them out for five business days.
“Many dentists have been using the same handpieces over several years, and don’t know what’s new,” says Peggy Fisher, Director of Global Marketing. “This provides an opportunity to experience new, more powerful and lightweight handpieces, with better lighting and more precision – firsthand! The Alegra 300 handpiece, for example, has self-generating light. That means dentists who are not using lighted handpieces can try a lighted handpiece that simply connects to their existing handpiece tubing, with no need to upgrade equipment.”
Explore the program details at TryA‑dec.com.
As the world’s leading manufacturer of dental chairs, delivery systems, and dental lights, A‑dec provides reliable dental equipment solutions to better the lives of dentists and their patients worldwide.
The 50-acre A‑dec campus in Newberg, Oregon, includes state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and the A‑dec Education Center dedicated to learning and discovery. A‑dec facilities in the United Kingdom, Australia, and China help support an extensive network of authorized dealers in more than 100 countries worldwide.
The W&H Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of dental transmission instruments and devices, with a strong focus on innovative solutions, research and development, vision and social responsibility.
Established in 1890, the family-run company is based in Bürmoos, Austria, with two production sites in Bürmoos, one in Brusaporto (Italy) and 19 subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and North America. W&H has 1000 employees throughout the world, and exports its products to more than 110 countries.