Dental Hygiene KOL Patti DiGangi Launches the Dental Codeologist Community Membership Program

The First Subscription-Based Program Providing Ongoing Education, Value and Interaction for Those Dedicated to Accurate Dental CodingAddison, IL – July 20, 2017 – Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS, a prominent dental hygiene thought leader, recently launchedThe Dental Codeologist Community Membership Program.The latest brand extension of herDentalCodelogybook series and herROMA Manual on Dentistry, DiGangi is taking a member ’s only approach to providing dental professionals with the latest news, tips and continuing education credits regarding CDT codes.Also included are exclusive discounts on products and services fromDental Codeologist Partners such as GC America, Young Dental, Curaprox USA, ph2OH, MouthWatch, Xlear/Spry ACTEON North America, DentalPost, Crown Seating, Phaal, Air Techniques, LexiComp, Solutionreach and others.According to DiGangi, “We developed a program that keeps the importance of accurate dental procedure coding top of mind in a continuous, interactive way while also providing ongoing dividends via CE credits, virtual consultation and some cool deals. I guess you can call me The Chief Dental Codeologist.”For a nominal $8.25 a month (annual membership paid in full for only $99.00 a year), Dental Codeologists will receive the following member ’s only benefits:·      A monthly e-newsletter,The Dental Codeologist·      Discounts onDentalCodeology andROMA books&...
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Source: European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry - Category: Dentistry Source Type: research
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Source: Journal of Evidence Based Dental Practice - Category: Dentistry Source Type: research
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Source: Journal of Clinical Periodontology - Category: Dentistry Authors: Tags: J Clin Periodontol Source Type: research
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Condition:   Gingivitis Interventions:   Drug: Marketed toothpaste;   Drug: Marketed Cavity Protection Toothpaste Sponsor:   Procter and Gamble Completed
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Condition:   Gingivitis Interventions:   Drug: Marketed Toothpaste;   Drug: Marketed Cavity Protection Toothpaste Sponsor:   Procter and Gamble Completed
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Condition:   Gingivitis Interventions:   Drug: Marketed toothpaste;   Drug: Marketed Cavity Protection Toothpaste Sponsor:   Procter and Gamble Completed
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