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New York Cosmetic Dentist Discusses Largest U.S. Dental Meeting and Its Importance

Dr. Konstantine Trichas Talks About the Greater New York Dental Meeting, Where Dental Professionals Learned of the Latest Products and Surgical Techniques in Dentistry

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 01/30/14 -- Dr. Konstantine Trichas, a dentist in New York, puts a high value on continued dental education and training. He strives to stay current with the latest advancements in the field to offer his patients at Upper East Side Dental Arts the highest quality care possible. Recently, the 89th annual Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) took place in Manhattan. Dr. Trichas says this largest dental convention in the U.S. is important for both new dentists and those with decades of experience to learn about emerging technologies and trends in the dental field.

The GNYDM had over 54,000 attendees from around the world participate, including all 50 states and 131 different countries. The yearly event is designed to introduce dental professionals to the latest products and educate them on innovative techniques used in cosmetic dentistry and other fields of dental care. Dr. Trichas notes that professionals from around the world were able to view live demonstrations, participate in hands-on learning seminars, and discover new products at various exhibits.

Dr. Trichas says the meeting is a great learning experience, as it helps dental professionals see into the future of dentistry. Participants of the meeting are able to learn about up and coming technology, products, and surgical techniques to potentially use at their private practices. With professionals coming from various parts of the world bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and expertise, Dr. Trichas believes the GNYDM is a valuable resource of dentists. He says he looks forward to attending the educational event in the future to continue his goal of providing superior dental care.

About Konstantine Trichas, DDS, FAGD

Dr. Konstantine Trichas is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He graduated from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine and continued to Muhlenberg Hospital in Pennsylvania for a general practice residency. Dr. Trichas has also trained with The Hornbrook Group and earned a fellowship at the Academy of General Dentistry. In addition to his extensive dental education, Dr. Trichas is one of few dentists in the U.S. who holds a patent on dental impression technology. At Upper East Side Dental Arts, Dr. Trichas offers procedures including teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, gum disease treatment, and other options. Dr. Trichas is available for interview upon request.

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