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Digital Dentistry – The future is now

9 Oct 2018 Banbury
Beginner

Are you looking for answers to these questions?

  • How would intraoral scanning benefit my business?
  • What scanners are available and which is best for me?
  • Should I consider milling in-house?
  • How can a 3D printer add value to my practice?
  • Which digital imaging technology suits my needs and treatments?
  • When will I get a return on my investment?
  • What help, training and support can I get on my digital journey?

Find out the answers to these, and more – free of charge – at Go Digital: The Future is Now in Banbury, where you can see the latest technology in action, with an immersive, hands-on experience and find out which digital technology is right for you.

Topics exposed

  • Introduction to intraoral scanners and chairside milling with hands-on experience
  • Digital technologies, e.g. 3D imaging, implant planning and guided surgery
  • The use of 3D printing in dentistry Learning outcome
  • Learn the benefits of going digital with CEREC chairside, 3D imaging, implant planning, guided surgery and 3D printing

Learning outcomes

Delegates will:

  • Learn the benefits of going digital with CEREC chairside, 3D imaging, implant planning, guided surgery and 3D printing

Venue

Wroxton House Hotel,
Banbury,
Oxfordshire,
OX15 6QB

Course Date

9 October 2018

CPD

2 hours

Course Fee

Book your free place today!

To book

Please click here or contact Cat O’Neill on 01634 877599 or email Catherine.O’Neill@henryschein.co.uk

Presented by

Manju Kumar

Manju qualified in 1992 from Newcastle upon Tyne. She then spent one year travelling in India as a volunteer dentist in remote eye camps in Rajasthan. After working in several NHS practices, and then becoming a clinical tutor in oral surgery at Birmingham Dental Hospital, she bought Stratford Dental and began working with CEREC. She now uses the machine everyday and will be speaking about the successes and pitfalls of the equipment on a day-to-day basis.

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