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The Future in Focus at UK’s Most Comprehensive Dental Practice Conference

January 27th, 2009 · No Comments

THE DENTISTRY SHOW (NEC Birmingham United Kingdom – March 13th & 14th 2009) has announced its major international conference which will feature FIVE separate CPD-accredited conference programmes.

The programmes are designed to involve all key members of the modern dental practice professional and could qualify you up to 12-hours of verifiable CPD. You will be inspired to develop and grow your career.

The five conference streams include:

Aesthetic Dentist – for private thinking dentists

An international clinical programme combining the growth areas in UK dentistry including: Dental Implantology, Cosmetic Dentistry and Facial Aesthetics. Creating a remarkable opportunity to see the cutting edge clinical techniques that together form the basis of total facial and dental rejuvenation.

Simply Dental – for NHS dentists

This programme will be geared up to get dentists to think outside of their usual routine.

Hygienist Symposium – for hygienists and therapists

Listen to speakers on topics surrounding dental implants, whitening, sales coaching and oral health and hygiene.

Dental Insight – for practice managers

To help busy, stressed practice managers run successful and profitable practices.

Aesthetic Technician – for dental technicians and laboratory owners

We believe that with the right knowledge, the skills of a dental technician can be maximised to combine the latest surgical and aesthetic dentistry.

Come and listen to leading industry leaders including:

Ashok Sethi, Hew Mathewson, Mhari Coxon, Bob Khanna… amongst many others.

You can register for the full two-day conference for only £295 +vat (worth £495)!

For full information and to register please visit or call 0044 (0)1926 485151.

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