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Fast Protec Plaster-less System CPD Course 2017

By July 14, 2016December 13th, 2016Events & Seminars

Book your interest to attend a Fast Protec Course at Panadent Learning Academy, 2017 course dates to be announced shortly. Read about our most recent Fast Protec course here:

Thank you Fast Protec for yet another very successful 2 day hands-on course at Panadent! Last week, July 6 & 7th, saw the Fast Protec® system being tutored by Master Technician Sergio Streva and assisted by Fast Protec’s Tamara Bulfone.

Participants were shown the innovative Fast Protec® System step- by-step technique for making full and fixed implant supported dentures quickly and efficiently. Our tutor, Master Technician Sergio Streva, has worked within the Dental Technician field for over 40 years, now holding courses and lectures worldwide as well as working with leading Dental companies advising them on their material developments.

The Fast Protec® System is a plaster-less system that saves 40% on processing time compared to conventional methods and 30% on material costs. Technicians can transform a full denture with the Fast Protec® pouring technique using a tested protocol that guarantees a high quality standard and implement preformed bars made of stainless steel to facilitate the realisation of a reinforced structure for all kinds of fixed dental prosthesis.

Panadent thanks Sergio Streva, Tamara Bulfone and all the friendly participating technicians. What a nice way to spend 2 days at Panadent!

Reserve your place on the next course which will take place, to be confirmed, early in 2017. Places are limited to 6 per course.

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    Kevin Halfhill

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    Kevin began working with Panadent in 2010, and has since become an integral part of Team Panadent. He has over 15 years working with dental-based companies, including Vident/VITA North America, helping them with their online presence and marketing efforts.

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