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Seattle Study Club® Partners with 3Shape to offer advanced education in digital dentistry solutions

Copenhagen, November 26, 2017 – Seattle Study Club® (SSC) announced today that it has partnered with 3Shape, a global leader in 3D scanners and dental CAD/CAM software solutions.

Tais Clausen, 3Shape co-founder and co-CEO, stated that 3Shape is honored to be selected as an industry partner for the Seattle Study Club. At 3Shape, we strive to create innovative solutions inspired by our close work with leading professionals. Seattle Study Club provides a terrific forum for gathering and sharing best practices as well as an opportunity for us to contribute with advanced SSC education programs and demonstrate how our award-winning eco-system of digital dentistry solutions helps dentists, labs, orthodontists and surgeons to work more predictably and seamlessly. Together, we are changing dentistry,” he concludes.

“The Seattle Study Club® network is recognized as one of the most advanced continuing education groups for dental professionals in the world, providing clinicians with the tools to become more proficient at comprehensive patient diagnosis and case treatment planning available,” said Dr. Michael Cohen, founder of the Seattle Study Club, Inc. “3Shape's commitment to the highest quality digital scanning technology will enhance Seattle Study Club's protocols for initial case documentation, establishing more accurate diagnoses and facilitating comprehensive interdisciplinary team treatment planning.”

The Seattle Study Club organization is often referred to as a university without walls. It is recognized as one of the most advanced continuing education groups for dental professionals in the nation. Members participate in hands-on demonstrations, problem-solving workshops, panel discussions, and clinical treatment planning sessions. The Seattle Study Club network consists of more than 270 affiliated clubs around the world with a combined membership of more than 8,000 clinicians.

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