The American Association of Orthodontics’ 2017 Winter Conference

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A dentist with more than 20 years of experience, William Fay, DDS, treats patients in South San Francisco, California. Outside of his practice, William Fay, DDS, holds membership in several professional associations, including the American Association of Orthodontics, which will hold its 2017 Winter Conference February 10-11 at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The 2017 Winter Conference, titled Balancing Profit, Lifestyle & Patient Care, will offer attendees numerous educational sessions, including Tech NO or Tech YES: Pragmatic Technology in the Modern Orthodontic Office, Effects of Technology on Practice Value and Profitability, One Clinician’s Journey with 3D Imaging and 3D Printing Over the Past Decade, and Intraoral Scanners and 3D Printers: Is it Time to Upgrade Your Digital Toolbox? Attendees can receive continuing education (CE) credits for some of the sessions.

Registration also gives attendees access to the conference exhibit hall, where they can learn about the latest dental products and services.

For more information about the conference, visit hwww.aaoinfo.org/meetings/2017-winter-conference-technology-balancing-profit-lifestyle-patient-care#topbar.

Programs Supporting Equitable Education at Westmoor High School

William Fay, DDS, owner of Fay Orthodontics clinics in South San Francisco and American Canyon, has worked to provide patients with aesthetically pleasing smiles for more than 20 years. Building from his professional success, William Fay, DDS, frequently lends his financial support to Westmoor High School in Daly City, California.

In order to promote academic excellence throughout the entire student body, Westmoor High School hosts in a number of programs to provide financial assistance to students from low-income backgrounds. The CalFresh Program was implemented to provide students who qualify for reduced or free school meals supplemental assistance as a means of maintaining a healthy, nutritious diet. Additionally, Comcast will continue sponsoring the Internet Essentials program, providing a free computer and Internet connection at a reduced rate for just $9.95 a month. Online, students and their families are encouraged to participate in the Family Connection program to connect with counselors and plan a roadmap to college.