MELVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Air Techniques, Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of dental equipment, will be sponsoring the course “A Practical Approach to Aerosol Mitigation,” presented by Dr. Martin Koch for the first time at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting. This relative course is open to anyone who registers to attend the virtual Midwinter meeting, CLV204. Dr. Koch will be presenting on Friday, February 26 at 10:00 AM Central, and attendees will receive CEU (1). Air Techniques will also be showcasing at virtual booth #305.
This course offers the perfect opportunity for dental professionals to learn about the increased risk of exposure to dental aerosols if not treated correctly. Dental aerosols and droplets are produced during dental procedures generated by dental instruments, namely turbine, and power water jet devices. In this presentation, Dr. Martin Koch will provide insight into the latest research and present the results of a study that is being conducted.
Attendees will be able to identify the risks and properties of dental aerosol particles. Recognizing these risks is key to understanding why effective treatment procedures are essential in keeping the operatory a safe working environment. You will be able to successfully implement needed measures that will significantly reduce or eliminate dental aerosol risk. This course is open to anyone who registers for the Chicago Virtual Midwinter Meeting.
Dr. Koch studied Biology at the University of Hohenheim and then received his doctorate in Biotechnology from RWTH Aachen University. He is a respected lecturer and since 2001 has held the position of Head of the Technical Academy at Durr Dental.
Visit Air Techniques at the Chicago Midwinter Virtual Meeting, booth # 305. Air Techniques’ robust product portfolio of utility systems, digital imaging, and merchandise can equip the smallest practice to the largest university or hospital. Consistently, Air Techniques remains the leading and largest manufacturer of dental air compressors and vacuum systems in North America.