Dental bleaching society gets Olympic fever
The British Dental Bleaching Society will be taking advantage of the ‘Olympic-fever’ gripping London and plans to host its annual general meeting and dinner in the sumptuous surroundings of the House of Commons on the eve of the 2012 Games’ opening.
The BDBS is dedicated to offering support and guidance to its members as well as lobbying for changes to legislation that currently impedes dental practitioners in their attempts to provide safe and effective teeth whitening to patients.
With the current controversy surrounding bleaching legislation having reached parliament, it is apt that the BDBS should choose this as the venue for their eagerly anticipated event.
The dinner will be the perfect opportunity for practitioners to socialise and network with colleagues and peers and will be free to members (although a donation is required from attending spouses/partners).
In what promises to a night to remember, the BDBS will open its doors to UK members and to practitioners from various European bleaching societies.