• Learn new skills at our workshops

    Spaces available for tomorrow's show
    //19 May 2017

    The Scottish Dental Show workshops are a great way for delegates to learn new skills and ways of working.

    Several workshops are run throughout both days and must be booked in advance. To book into a workshop at tomorrow’s show click here.

    Professor Brian Millar is Professor of Blended Learning in Dentistry at King’s College London and NHS Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at the King’s College London Dental Institute at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals.

    His workshop ‘Faster fillings without fuss’ was very practical and allowed delegates to restore a deep undercut cavity with a quick and effective technique and restore aesthetics and occlusion with little or no finishing.

    He said: “My job is to bring dentists up to speed with new techniques. I also aim to show them how to work faster which means they make more money. I am a full-time academic and I’ve been living in London for many years but I’m from Scotland originally and it’s nice to come back here and teach dentists how to do their jobs better.”

    Professor Millar is also a big fan of the Scottish Dental Show, not only as a dental professional but also from a speakers’ perspective.

    He added: “This show is very well organised. As a speaker, it is perfect. Nothing is last minute, everything is done in advance and we are well looked after which makes our lives so much easier. It’s very hard to fault.”

    Scot Muir from the Scottish Centre for Excellence in Dentistry is attending the show to present his lecture ‘Getting started with dental implants part 1 and part 2’.

    The aims and objectives of his presentation include treatment planning of the single posterior dental implant and restoration of the single dental implant.

    Scot said he was honoured to be invited to take part in the show and was particularly impressed with the location – Braehead Arena.

    He said: “This is a great space for something like this compared to a hotel, for example. And I’m also really looking forward to the Scottish Dental Awards Ceremony which the whole team is attending this evening. I was unable to make it last year and all I’ve heard from everyone is about how good it is! I’m very grateful to be here and for being invited to be part of this and for the opportunity to meet fellow dentists.”

    There are still spaces available for workshops on during tomorrow’s (Saturday 20 May) show, to book your place click here.

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