The Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD), the only independent and unbiased non-profit association dedicated to improving patient care with the proper use of laser technology, recently announced the launch of its “DSO Laser Training Program” (DLTP).
According to ALD executive director Gail Siminovsky, CAE, “The growth of DSOs and group practices are changing the face of dentistry. DLTP is fully aligned with ALD’s 28-year mission to promote laser adoption, proficiency and safety throughout dentistry, in any practice setting to ensure better patient outcomes.”
By signing up for DLTP, group practices and DSOs will receive the following benefits:
- Onsite Training & Certification Program Options for Dental Teams
- Train the Trainer Programs
- 24/7 Web-Based Training and Certification Options for Dental Teams
In addition to enhanced laser training, DLTP participants will also receive several other valuable ALD benefits including:
- Special DSO Corporate Membership Classification
- DSO Associate Discounts on ALD Annual Memberships
- Group Discounts on ALD Annual Conference Tuition
“When it comes to laser dentistry, the ALD can help address challenges currently facing rapidly growing group practices and DSOs including unbiased laser wavelength recommendations, laser proficiency standardization across the organization and new associate on-boarding,” adds Siminovsky.
To receive a copy of the DLTP opportunity chart, send an email with the subject line “Laser DSO” to firstname.lastname@example.org. DSO executives can also contact ALD president and DSO committee chair, Dr. Mel Burchman via email at email@example.com. DSOs and group practices that are just beginning their laser purchasing process can click http://bit.ly/2JIwwFz to download the ALD’s free, unbiased Buying Guide.
About the Academy of Laser Dentistry:
The Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD) is the only independent and unbiased non-profit association devoted to laser dentistry and includes clinicians, academicians and researchers in all laser wavelengths. The Academy is devoted to clinical education, research, and the development of standards and guidelines for the safe and effective use of dental laser technology. ALD was founded in 1993, with the merging of the International Academy of Laser Dentistry, the North American Academy of Laser Dentistry and the American Academy of Laser Dentistry. For more information, visit www.LaserDentistry.org.