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WAC is back

Who says you can’t have quality with quantity?

This year WAC (World Aesthetic Congress) is all about choice and class: quality speakers, quality topics and quality networking all under one big roof.

WAC is back with a star-studded line up, not to be missed.

With seven tracks spread across the two days, you can learn virtually all there is to know in aesthetic dentistry.

Starting up on Friday 12 September, is Barry Cockcroft on the aesthetic track, speakers such as Harris Sidelsky and Kirkwood Young on the minimally invasive track, Oliver Harman on the perio and implant track, Wyman Chan and Uchenna Okoye on the whitening track and Mervyn Druian, Simon Hocken and Colin Campbell on the team track.

If that isn’t enough for you, an ADI and orthodontic track has been added for Saturday 13 September, boasting speakers brought in by Philip Friel (president of the ADI), Tif Qureshi and David Bloom on the orthodontic track – these are just a few of the fantastic speakers WAC has to offer!

WAC offers more than a lecture programme, scrub up on your current dental knowledge and be inspired by speakers who have taught technique globally.

Independent Seminars believe learning needs to be interactive, more exciting and more hands-on, which is why this year WAC promises to host a dynamic, extraordinary learning experience.

With 14 verifiable hours of CPD (continuous professional developent) on offer, this two-day event is not one you want to be missing!

Weekend prices start at just £195 for a dentist, £125 for a team member and £99 for a one-day pass.

Upgrade your standard ticket to an unlimited hands-on pass for an additional £99.

For more information or to book, freephone 0800 371652 or visit www.worldaestheticcongress.org.

 

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