Aesthetic Dentistry Today is celebrating its 10th birthday!
The must-have clinical journal for aspirational dentists looking to make waves in the dynamic field of restorative and cosmetic dentistry, Aesthetic Dentistry Today is celebrating 10 years in print in the current February 2017 issue.
And if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s well worth taking a look.
A decade in aesthetics
In this very special commemorative issue, Aesthetic Dentistry Today focuses on the changes and advancements in aesthetic dentistry over the last decade – from digital smile design and minimum intervention dentistry, to the rise and fall of veneers.
With contributors including Drs Joyce Bassett, Andrew Chandrapal, Martin Wanendeya, Kevin Lewis, Luke Hutchings, Bhupinder Dawett and Chris Barrow to name a few, this special issue is jam-packed with both reflective, and foward-looking features from the world of aesthetic dentistry.
What’s more, in the section dedicated to facial aesthetics, we have an exclusive interview with former winner of The Apprentice, Leah Totton, and we launch our brand new campaign – Success in Aesthetics 2017 – where we aim to help you as you embark on a move into the world of facial aesthetics.
Aesthetic Dentistry Today
With a clear focus on practical, effective treatments, Aesthetic Dentistry Today arms its readers with the knowledge they need to create beautiful, long-lasting smiles.
With a section dedicated to facial aesthetics, it really is the complete package – and shows you how to make your practice the same.
Combined with regular features on the latest products and the best ways to make your aesthetic skills work for your business, this bi-monthly journal – and the three hours of verifiable CPD with each issue – is the only resource your aesthetic practice needs.
So what are you waiting for? Subscribe today to get hold of this special commemorative issue.
Contact the subscriptions team by calling 01923 851771 or by visiting www.fmc.co.uk/shop/aesthetic-dentistry and start your subscription to this must-read title today.