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May 01, 2006

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btw, Shakespeare wrote ShakespeareÒs plays and this is the best evidence.

Steven Burda, MBA

Perfect read!!

Steven Burda
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Temple University, BBA, 2003

St. Joseph's University, MBA, 2006

Villanova University, Post-MBA, 2007

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Bill Miller

By using simple yet powerful video animations it is easy for a dentist to save vast amounts of time explaining simple dental procedures to patients. The patient simply watches a narrated video presentation about the treatment for the dental condition that they are experiencing. The explanation is presented professionally and uniformly. Additional questions can be answered by the dentist to fill in all the details for the patient. Products like The Dental Wizard Patient Education DVD are great for this purpose.

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