Editor's Note:

Henry, Kevin
March 2010
Proofs;Mar2010, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
The author talks about the responses of the dental industry to global calamities. Citing the Haiti earthquake, he mentions various dental industry teams support efforts including DentaQuest's donation of dental hygiene products to World Vision, coordinated relief efforts of the Eco-Dentistry Association with Discus Dental, Preserve and Pure Life Dental for dental supplies in Haiti and SmartPractice's partnership with the medical assistance programs. The author also calls for concerted efforts to do something significant in building a better environment.


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