Davenport, IA: On November 1st, 2015, Quad-City based company Medix Dental received national PACE (Program Approval for Continuing Education) approval from the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). The AGD is the second largest dental association in the world, behind the American Dental Association (ADA).

Medix Dental, a dental technology company, is one of nine total PACE providers in the state of Iowa. They join a select group of providers committed to offering quality continuing education programs to dentists all over the country. The programs provide dentists with educational credits required for their ongoing state licensure renewals.

"We've long noticed a significant lack of resources and guidance in the dental technology industry," says Tom Terronez, President of Medix Dental. "We look forward to offering dentists the tools they need to make informed decisions about practice technology, data security, and HIPAA compliance. We're truly inspired to provide thoughtful educational programs to help dental professionals navigate the ever-changing technology landscape."

Dentists interested in upcoming CE courses should refer to the AGD website at agd.org, or Medix Dental's website at medixdental.com. New courses will be posted frequently, so check back regularly for CE course options.

About Medix Dental

Medix Dental (medixdental.com) partners with dental practices all over the nation to manage their IT as well as advise strategically on practice technology decisions and compliance. By becoming an extension of their clients' practices, Medix Dental is able to minimize technology issues, increase practice profitability, and improve practice contentment.

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