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Is there a right way and wrong way to use PIEZON ultrasonics?

Mr. Andrew Terry Cert.DT. GradDipDH. Med

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Is there a right way and wrong way to use PIEZON ultrasonics?

Mr. Andrew Terry Cert.DT. GradDipDH. Med


Join Andrew Terry, aka the ‘Aussie PIEZON Maestro’ as he shows you how to enhance your treatment protocols with PIEZON ultrasonics. He’ll guide you through the role of calculus and the different options available for removing hard deposits during preventative and periodontal maintenance, effectively and efficiently. Gain the skills and knowledge to perfect your PIEZON techniques to ensure not only superior patient comfort but your comfort. See you in the virtual room!

Release date: Thursday 23rd April, 2020, 08:00 PM

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This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between Tribune Group GmbH and Dental Tribune International GmbH.


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Mr. Andrew Terry Cert.DT. GradDipDH. Med

Since 2015 Andrew Terry is lecturing for both the Bachelor of Oral Health and the Doctor of Dental Medicine programs at the University of Sydney in Australia. He has approximately 22 years of clinical experience, first qualifying as a Dental Therapist in Queensland in Australia in 1993 and then as a Dental Hygienist in London in the UK in 1998. He ratified his education in Switzerland with the Swiss Red Cross and attained the protected title of “Dip. Dental Hygienist of Higher Education”. Having worked in a multitude of locations, including Townsville, Brisbane, London and Zurich, he is now based in Sydney. 

In addition to his lecturing position at the University of Sydney, Terry continues to work in private practice and has a special interest in providing caring treatment for HIV and hepatitis Cpositive patients.