ADI Team Congress 2017 – “A must for all dental technicians”
Ashley will be among the world-class speakers delivering the Technicians’ Programme at the ADI Team Congress 2017. Entitled Dental Implantology: A Global Perspective – Inspiration From Around The World, the event will host an array of internationally celebrated speakers, as well as a major trade exhibition.
About his own session Ashley says:
“My lecture is aimed at laboratory owners and dental technicians that have embraced CAD/CAM, but also those who are considering getting started. CAD/CAM can be a little bit of a minefield with so many systems and software types, and many labs find their decisions to be a huge challenge as well as a financial risk. In the lecture I will show the systems that are running day-to-day in my laboratory, as well as how I have made them profitable and how these machines are future-proofing my laboratory.”
Leading on from this, Phil Reddington will explore “The new gold standard in full-arch implant restorations, utilising high performance polymers and the BDT Technique”. He says:
“My session at the ADI Team Congress will cover key aspects of techniques and systems needed to restore both simple and complex implant cases, whether highly aesthetic single anteriors or aesthetic and functional full arch implant retained prostheses.
“I will look at the different ways we can take cases through to completion using both the latest digital technologies, as well as covering more traditional approaches. I hope to demonstrate the importance of great communication from patient to dentist through to the lab and how we use every tool available to us to ensure we deliver for the patient. I will also touch on the use of new materials and systems in implant dentistry highlighting polymers and the BDT Technique.”
Bringing an exciting and original twist to the programme, Emma McCormack will later offer the perspective of a dental hygienist / therapist to encourage enhanced team collaboration. Jonathan Bill, Past President of the Dental Laboratories Association (DLA), will deliver the penultimate session of the Technicians’ Programme, exploring “Predictable directly loaded implants”.
Running alongside the exciting lecture programme, further information and inspiration can be gained from the extensive trade exhibition, featuring the latest materials, technologies and services available from a huge range of suppliers in the field.
What’s more, the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich will host this year’s Congress Dinner where you can enjoy exquisite food and an evening of fantastic entertainment with friends and colleagues.
As Phil Reddington concludes:
“The ADI Team Congress is not to be missed and has a host of truly world-class speakers sharing their experiences and knowledge. I am very excited and honoured to be part of this fantastic programme.”
ADI Team Congress 2017 – 2-4 March – ExCel London
For more information, please visit www.adi.org.uk/congress17
6 February 2017