Focus on Implant Technology
A Full Day Symposium
14th June 2008
National Motorcycle Museum, West Midlands
Do not miss this really great day dedicated to implant technology.
All the speakers are experienced and well respected teachers with a long track record of excellence in presentation.
Birger Fondell from Sweden will present on dentures on implants. He tells me he is one of the most experienced technicians dealing with implants in Europe and is renowned for the quality of his finished work. Bjorn Roland is a young, up and coming speaker from Germany who is quickly gaining a reputation for the quality of his work and his presentations. He has spent some time learning his ceramic techniques in Japan. Bernhard Egger, also from Germany is a very sought-after speaker across the continent and the USA. I have known him for many years and can truly vouch for his interesting delivery and content. Finally Oliver Brix should need no introduction. Remarkably able, with some very novel techniques for achieving extraordinary results on all of the modern materials, Oliver is a renowned speaker and works extensively with Ivoclar Vivadent as their senior technical lecturer.
The last technicians’ symposium at this venue was a runaway success. I am hoping we can go one better this time around. There is bound to be one or other speaker who can stimulate each and every one of you to produce that extra special result on your next case. So make the effort and let us impress our clinical colleagues with the numbers attending. This will be a great occasion to meet with some old friends, to refocus your own interests and to exchange tips. There will be something for everyone at this meeting. The more we can support such a day, the better are the chances of future programmes being tailored to suit the Technicians’ needs.
Remember if your laboratory is a member of the ADI each member of the laboratory will automatically have membership status for attending.
SIGN UP NOW so you are not disappointed. There will be a limit to the numbers so don’t be left out.