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PHILADELPHIA DENTIST

Dr. Len Tau in the Media

Philly dentist, Dr. Tau, has been featured by many news organizations. Here are some of his appearances

MEDIA CONTACT: Dr. Leonard Tau Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence
215-969-4400
drlentau@pcde.com

ARTICLES

  • Dr. Tau was recently interviewed about the Importance of Oral Cancer Screenings on KYW News Radio, Click here to read the article.
  • Dr. Tau was recently interviewed by About.com about the Itero Digital Impression System used in his office. Click here to read the article.
  • Dr. Tau recently published an article on iTero by DentalCompare. Click here to read the article.
  • Carrier Pigeon February 2007
    The “Dentist Office” has changed since I was a child. For me, it was a simple space with some child-size chairs and tables, and books for the young reader. (I think that’s where I got hooked on “Highlights,” a kid-friendly magazine.)

DIGITAL SCANNER PROVIDES ENHANCED PRECISION, COMFORT, AND CONVENIENCE

“Digital Dentistry” Comes to Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA — August 18, 2008 — The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence today announced the addition to its practice a revolutionary new tool in the quest for better smiles — the Cadent iTero(TM) Digital Impression System.

Designed to replace the “dreaded goop”, unpleasant taste, drooling, and gagging associated with traditional impression taking, iTero enables PCDE to offer their patients a technology-driven impression procedure that is far superior to conventional methods. By using a hand-held wand to optically scan the area to be restored, the patients’ entire impression is created 100% digitally with no mess or bad taste. This translates into a more comfortable impression process and restorations that look and feel like natural teeth.

iTero eliminates weaknesses in the impression process, such as voids, pulls, and tears. With a precise starting point, dentists are able to create digitally accurate restorations.

“Once patients experience the benefits of iTero we are certain they will come away impressed, and with a great smile to boot”, adds Dr. Leonard Tau.