CEREC ACCEPT



Think back to the last time you bought a new techie gadget, like a smartphone, tablet or TV. How did you go about figuring out what product would work best for you?

For a lot of us, this discovery process starts with a lot of research. Scouring the Internet for reviews, spec sheets and descriptions can certainly give you a lot of good information about the product, but it only takes you so far. The next logical step for many is to actually test out the product. You do this in one of two ways. First, you can go to a store and actually touch and see the product. Second, you can go to your family and friends to get their opinions. Doing these things helps you verify what you’re spending your money on and helps you feel confident that you got the right product for you.

Why should choosing your office technology be any different? Maybe you’ve already done some Internet research on CEREC technology and have a pretty good understanding of the product technically. But wouldn’t it be great to be able to get your hands on these tools and software and actually use them before making a huge investment? Well, now you can do just that through CEREC ACCEPT.

CEREC ACCEPT is a 2-day program that is hosted all over the U.S. and is designed to be really interactive and hands-on. You’ll work with CEREC experts and with your dental peers who have successfully implemented CEREC into their practices. So not only do you get to actually see and touch the product, you can talk to dental colleagues about their experiences.

Don’t just take our word for it. In our newest edition of Patterson Today, we talk to Dr. Angela Ellis of Ellis Family Dentistry and Dr. William Kisker of Dental Care of Vernon Hills, both past CEREC ACCEPT participants. If you still have questions, give your Patterson rep a call to get more details, or leave us a comment below!

6 comments on “Hands-on Learning Through CEREC ACCEPT

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  2. I have been a cerec user since 2007, and I am an enthusiastic proponent of the system. However, I am dissappointed at the support that my patterson branch has provided. Let me explain.
    I have chaired a course on digital impressions in past years at the Atlantic Coast Dental Research Clinic in Palm beach County, Florida, and we count on the equipment to be brought in by company reps to allow enrolled dentists, hands on experience with the equipment before considering a purchase. We had done this with Patterson for a couple of years, but this year I attempted to do the same and the only response I received from the manager was that he would look into it and never called me back.
    The doctors enrolled have shown an interest in the technology and are prospective clients so presenting the equipment to a small group seems like a good opportunity for the company. A dentist friend told me that he had commented this to his patterson rep and the rep said they could donate a bluecam to the clinic. I don’t understand how a rep could say that and I could not get a response for a hands on day with the equipment from the branch manager.
    Thanks for listening.

    • Hi Doctor Boudet, thank you so much for taking the time to share this story – all of the detail helps! We have reached out to our South Florida branch and brought them up to speed. They will be reaching out to you directly 🙂 Thank you also for your digital dentistry advocacy!

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