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New Paoli Office

New Paoli Office - Amsterdam Dental Group
The doors are open
It’s official – the Amsterdam Dental Group office expansion in Paoli is complete with a new look, new amenities and new meaning to state-of-the-art dental care. Comfort and convenience are deep-seeded traditions at Amsterdam Dental Group and this commitment is evident from the moment you enter.

With virtually twice the square footage and double the number of operatories, Amsterdam Dental Group is able to accommodate patients’ busy schedules with ease. We’ve also extended hours of operation for added convenience. If you arrive early or are simply a patient’s guest, don’t worry. A more spacious reception area welcomes you with endless amenities – wi-fi, fully-stocked refrigerator and more.


In keeping with our decades-long tradition of expertise and innovation, our larger Main Line facility at the Metric Building, 1800 East Lancaster Avenue is more than just a pretty space. It is a carefully crafted blend of science and art in which we embrace the newest advances, including the latest in digital dentistry and minimally invasive dental implants – MIDI.

No matter if you visit our office in Philadelphia or Paoli, one thing is certain ~ we make sure patients are comfortable and relaxed.

Visit our new Paoli office:
Metric Building
1800 E. Lancaster Avenue
Suite G
Paoli, PA 19301
610-651-5611
Hours:
Monday: 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

DR. CROSS – CHECKING IN FROM THE GNYAP 2015 FALL MEETING, NEW YORK CITY

It’s that time of year again… I’m here in the Big Apple with the Amsterdam Dental team for the annual Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics meeting. Held the week after Thanksgiving, the GNYAP is an annual affair for us and this year, New York did not disappoint. We met new residents, current colleagues and former classmates plus explored all the city has to offer.

For those not familiar with GNYAP, the organization promotes: the art, science and practice of prosthodontics; the highest ethical standards and professional membership; a better understanding among the specialties of dentistry and related professions; basic and clinical research in prosthodontics.

The annual two-day meeting provides nationally and internationally renowned speakers the opportunity to present evidence based research and expert opinion on the latest techniques, materials and technology. They also demonstrate the highest levels of interdisciplinary care. Additionally, the scientific poster session reports on current clinical research and basic science projects of the top graduate programs in the nation. Amsterdam Dental’s Dr. Baumgarten and Dr. Fraiman are both select members of GNYAP and former presenters at this meeting.

This year, digital technology and its use in dentistry were all the rage. One expert after the next illustrated how the greater accuracy and effectiveness afforded by digital technology results in improved dental outcomes for patients. This is especially true for those needing dental implants, crowns and bridges. While such technology may not sound new, fewer than 10% of the dental offices in the U.S. use it. At Amsterdam Dental, we have implemented digital dental technology at our practice for a variety of procedures, including implants and restorations, in order to provide better care and maximum comfort.

But New York City has far too much going on for only work. Visits to Central Park with the family, the Broadway show – Finding Neverland, a tour of the Secret Service and the 911 Ground Zero memorial provided opportunity to reflect on the tremendous capacity we have to provide joy, protection, service and inspiration to those around us.

For more information on the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, visit www.gnyap.org.

Dr. Cross – Checking in from the SCAD 2015 annual conference, Chicago

What is SCAD you may ask? It is the Society of Color and Appearance in Dentistry – an organization created to foster communications and research among dental disciplines, industrial researchers, institutional scientific investigators and others with an interest in color and appearance in dentistry.

Why attend this meeting? It’s a great opportunity to meet world-class clinicians and dental laboratory technicians and together, share ideas on designing and fabricating the most life-like restorations for patients. To achieve the best possible results, one must understand and have a true appreciation for color, translucency, fluorescence and behavior of material properties that go into making dental restorations.

What lies ahead? SCAD continues to advance multidisciplinary collaboration and discovery among experts, who go on to create and implement educational programs, such as Free Color Training, for dental professionals. Look for Dr. Cross to be presenting his work and research at this meeting in the near future. For more information visit: www.scadent.org

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