Thursday, September 6, 2012

NEW: Dental Wall Charts Unlimited Poster Displays


   Today, the Stephen F. Gordon blog showcases 36 different dental education poster displays as part of the creation of Dental Wall Charts Unlimited. Using his world-renowned dental education art, artist Stephen F. Gordon has put together 36 different, 12" x 18" posters on varying subjects, including:

  • Teeth Anatomy 
  • Development 
  • Primary / Permanent Teeth 
  • Caries 
  • Periodontal Disease 
  • Root Canal 
  • Inlays / Onlays 
  • Bridge 
  • Crown 
  • Bonding 
  • Veneers 
  • Sealants 
  • Impaction 
  • TMJ 
  • Dentures 
  • Diastemata 
  • Occlusion 
  • And many more!

Sample "Teeth Anatomy" and "Permanent Teeth" posters, shown with both black, and white, backgrounds.

Each subject is produced on either a black or white background, allowing customers the choice in matching the poster to their environs. Each poster comes printed on 80# cover-weight stock paper with UV gloss coating, and are suitable for hanging in nearly any environment - from the waiting room to the exam room.

Using revolutionary print-on-demand technology, each poster is printed and shipped specifically for each customer by HP MagCloud, resulting in the low cost of only $9.95 to $18.95 per poster.

To order online, simply visit the Dental Wall Charts Unlimited website ( where you can view the full selection of posters. When ready, simply click on a dental wall chart and select "Print" on the next screen to add it to your cart.  From the cart, click your "Back" button twice to return here to continue shopping.  When all choices are complete, simply go to Check Out in your cart and provide your ship address, payment method, and shipping choice. Your posters will be printed and shipped flat, direct.

Each poster can be purchased separately, or all together in the form of a spiral bound, chairside display collection. Look for future posts on this display collection coming soon.


  1. I mean I just read through the entire post and it has been really great but since I'm more of a visual learner, some

    Carl Balog

  2. I think this is a charming issue, I expect you would surely post on it again sometime near the future. Thanks guys! dental office