Whether you are new to digital dentistry or a clinician with many years’ experience, the Cerec Symposium, being held on 27 and 28 March, at the prestigious Royal College of Physicians in London, is the must attend event for all.
Henry Schein Dental has put together an exciting speaker line-up, including some of the leading names from the world of digital dentistry.
Speakers include UK practitioners who are using Cerec every day and who are willing to share their experiences of how this innovative technology has benefited their practices.
Hands-on learning zones will provide an opportunity to watch a range of demonstrations and speak to experts from across the field of digital dentistry.
In addition, the exhibition offers delegates the opportunity to see and experience the latest digital equipment in action.
Whether you want to find out more about making the leap to digital dentistry or looking to learn how digital smiles can transform your practice, the Cerec Symposium gives you the perfect environment to learn.
For those experienced Cerec practitioners, who want to take the next step and perfect their skills to create life-like, natural, same-day restorations, or want to learn more about how to integrate Cerec with implant planning software, the symposium provides ample opportunity to learn from and discuss options and techniques with experts in the digital arena.
Speakers include Cerec educator, Bobby Chagger, presenting Why go digital?, Julian Caplan, Patrik Mofors, Ivan Ghandour, Nick Claydon and Simon Belford who will present on a range of digital dentistry topics such as Anterior aesthetics, Cerec Workflow, Hands-on digital impressions and Implant integration with Cmg.
Colin Campbell will also talk about how Cerec has been easily integrated into his practice.
Henry Schein Dental will once again host its popular gala dinner on the Friday evening, giving visitors a chance to unwind and network after the first of the packed two-day event.
The Cerec Symposium 2015 has something for everyone.
Early bird booking is £250 before 31 Jan 2015, and £300 thereafter.
For more information contact 029 2044 2818 or alternatively email Suzanne.firstname.lastname@example.org.