Roland DGA to Host Free Continuing Education Dental Clinics at LMT LAB DAY Chicago 2017

Irvine, Calif., Jan. 24, 2017 – Roland DGA will once again be hosting free continuing education clinics in conjunction with the upcoming LMT LAB DAY 2017 event in Chicago. The clinics – 10 information-packed sessions led by industry experts – will be held on Fri, Feb. 24 and Sat., Feb. 25, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. In addition to obtaining a wealth of information on a wide variety of important industry topics, show goers can also gain scientific credits simply by attending the clinics.
 
“Our clinics will cover a range of subjects relevant to the ongoing advancements in digital dentistry,” said Brian Brooks, Roland DGA’s Group Product Manager, Specialty Systems. “They offer those attending LMT LAB DAY Chicago a unique opportunity to learn about the latest developments in CAD/CAM applications, prosthetic design and production, optimizing lab workflow and efficiency, and much more. “It’s a great opportunity for attendees to learn from top industry experts and earn CE credits at the same time – all at no charge.”

Roland DGA will also be hosting a lively cocktail reception exclusively for its dealers, partners and customers on Friday, Feb. 24 (6 pm – 8 pm) at the Chicago Hyatt’s American Craft Restaurant.   

For more information, or to register now for Roland’s free clinics at LMT LAB DAY Chicago or the hosted cocktail reception, visit https://www.rolanddga.com/sites/labday.

To learn more about Roland’s complete line of advanced digital dental milling machines, visit www.rolanddga.com/products/dental/dwx-series.

About Roland DGA

Roland DGA Corporation serves North and South America as the marketing, sales and distribution arm for Roland DG Corporation. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in wide-format inkjet printers for the sign, apparel, textile, packaging and vehicle graphics markets; engravers for awards, personalization and ADA signage; photo impact printers for direct part marking; and 3D printers and CNC milling machines for rapid prototyping, part manufacturing and the medical and dental CAD/CAM industries.