The clinical programme included a wide variety of topics from smile design to tissue management around implants, dental bleaching and aesthetic results with anterior composites.
Sessions were delivered by a speaker-line up including internationally renowned professionals such as Christian Coachman and Newton Fahl sharing their expertise with delegates.
New to 2014, the GDP Theatre was another hit, where delegates had the opportunity to attend an Update on the Dental Contract Reform, while also voice their own questions and concerns.
Additional theatres around the trade floor provided further insight into both routine dentistry and specialist fields.
The BSP Periolounge, ADI Implant Theatre, STO Lounge and hands-on workshops all were popular with delegates.
With hours of verifiable continuous professional development also available to choose from, a 400-company strong trade exhibition and a dynamic atmosphere enjoyed by all, The Dentistry Show 2014 exceeded expectations.
The Show returns to the NEC in Birmingham on 17 and 18 April 2015.