The free-to-attend exhibition on the 2 March is a great opportunity to get hands-on with the latest dental technology available.
Delegates will also receive:
- Free food coupon upon arrival
- Free drinks reception – ‘The Great Guinness Party’ – from 11am
- Recruitment advert for free. Receive a free 5×2 advert and online listing, usual cost €350, for attending the show
- Get a free six-month subscription to Irish Dentistry, Dentistry or Oral Health magazine
- Accommodation offers available at the Croke Park Hotel.
‘Ireland is finally getting the event it deserves,’ Leanna Ellis, events director at FMC, said.
‘This will be a forward-thinking exhibition paired with inspirational and practical lectures from speakers you can trust.
‘We’re so excited to finally bring an exhibition to Ireland and can’t wait to see everybody there.’
Line up of speakers
The Dublin Dentistry Show will host a leading line up of speakers.
The future of dentistry… Is digital the only way?
Sinead McEnhill is the director of Belmore Dental Implant Clinic, 2017 Irish Practice of the Year, Overall Best Team Ireland 2017 and Best Team UK North at the Private Dentistry Awards 2016/17.
Sinead opened Belmore Dental Implant Clinic in 2003. She is a previous tutor and practice assessor for the diploma in implant dentistry course at the Royal College of Surgeons (Eng) and clinical mentor for Smiletube for the RCS (Ed) implant diploma.
Digital dentistry for implant and bone reconstruction, including multi-disciplinary planning using Digital Smile Design form the backbone of her work, all whilst mentoring and teaching dentists on their postgraduate journey. She lectures across the UK on digital workflow for dentists in implant dentistry and has a number of published articles on the same topic.
Modern ceramic options in restorative dentistry.
Dr Reaney has been a principal in general dental practice since 1988.
His current practice is limited to prosthodontics and implant dentistry. Previously a part-time clinical lecturer at the School of Dentistry, Belfast, he has presented seminars and lectured widely in Ireland and the UK.
Dr Reaney is the module lead for the MSc in aesthetic dentistry, King’s College Dental Institute, London and acts as an accredited dental expert witness and clinical adviser and expert to the General Dental Council – London.
Using the socket shield technique to place implants replacing ankylosed teeth.
In situations where the full removal of ankylosed teeth will cause considerable bone destruction and an implant is the best course of treatment then this technique can be used to preserve a portion of the tooth to maintain the existing bone.
This would normally be the buccal portion creating a shield (hence socket shield technique), with modern digital technology particularly cone beam computerised tomograghy it can lead to predictable treatment outcomes.