New speakers for 2012 dental event

New names have just been confirmed for 2012’s massive new dentistry event.

In 2012, Independent Seminars is staging a world-class, 48-session dentistry symposium that’s bigger and better than any other event seen before in the UK.

Certain to be the most comprehensive, dynamic dental congress ever, Dentistry LIVE incorporating The World Aesthetic Congress is the one event you cannot afford to miss!
 
Taking place on 25-26 May 2012 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, the two-day event will incorporate all areas of dentistry.

And some of the incredible speakers secured for Dentistry LIVE will be:

Michael Norton
Melonie Prebble
Clare McCarthy
Kia Rezavandi
Neil Couniham
Nigel Rosenbaum
James Russell
Luke Barnett
Wyman Chan
Julian Caplan
Scott Finlay
Bill Robbins
Stephen Jacobs
Andrew Dawood
David Holmes
Mac Suleiman
Amy Rose
Lorenzo Vanini
Trent Smallwood
Ashok Sethi
Eric van Dooren
Jo Anne Jones
Simon Cunnington
Stephen Jacobs
Bob Khanna
Jason Smithson
Gary Zelesky
Mervyn Druian
Chris Butterworth

Enjoy sessions on implants, aesthetics, dental hygiene amnd therapy, endodontics, orthodontics, periodontics, dental marketing and business, hands-on sessions and more.

With something for everyone, bring the whole team for both days and gain up to 16 verifiable CPD hours.

There is an incredible buzz surrounding this exciting new event, and Independent Seminars is thrilled to have the broadest and finest line-up of international speakers on board, and from all aspects of dentistry.

There will also be an incredible exhibition open across the two days with the world’s most innovative dental companies all under one roof. It’s the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the chance to source the right products and services for your practice and enjoy exclusive show offers!

To secure a place for this unmissable event, call 0800 371652 or visit www.dentistrylive.co.uk.
 

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