Dental Showcase is the event for you!
Dental shows provide the ideal opportunity to learn what’s new from the dental trade – even if you’re only window shopping.
It’s much easier to explore trade innovations under the convenience of a single roof, rather than visit many separate showrooms or try to squeeze in a rep demo between patients.
There will be 350-plus exhibitors at this year’s Show, many of them choosing to launch new products at the event.
If you like to ‘try before you buy’, and be sure you’ve thoroughly researched all possibilities, this is your ideal opportunity.
The two headline sponsors, Oral-B and Colgate, both have news for you, and offer a plethora of resources and products to ensure your patients take care of their oral health between appointments.
Dental Update Study Day – 4 October
For those wanting to polish up their clinical skills, then look no further than the Dental Update Theatre, which will again be hosting a Study Day.
The theme this year is ‘Avoiding Risk in Dentistry’.
Professor Trevor Burke will be both chairing and presenting this year, his lecture aptly entitled ‘Minimising Failure with Direct Restorations and Crowns’. John Milne, Head of the CQC, will also present an engaging and potentially contentious session on regulatory matters.
Tara Renton, will look at specific risks associated with oral surgery and the afternoon will be rounded off by a fascinating lecture by Steve Hawkins, the Chief Training Pilot for British Airways.
As an industry keen to learn from its mistakes, his lecture ‘Lessons from the Cockpit’, will give all attendees plenty of food for thought.
Dental Update Lecture Programme – 5-6 October
A full programme of lectures continues Friday and Saturday, with some equally engaging presentations, covering a wide range of topics, including one from Paul Bachelor, who will explore the topic of dementia-friendly dentistry.
Those who’d rather attend shorter lectures, offering snapshots and practical advice, should visit the Innovation Theatre. The application of technology is core to these lectures and this year the event will utilise revolutionary new technology, introducing an interactive element to the live demonstrations taking place each morning. The afternoon sessions will allow you to peek into ‘tomorrow’s world’, with discussions and reviews of the latest technology accessible to dentistry.
There will be a specific learning opportunity for those wanting to meet their core CPD. The Core CPD lectures will bring the whole dental team up to date on the latest developments and the new radiation regulations, medical emergencies and safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults will all be covered in this forum.
Meanwhile, Dental Showcase is delighted that the Office of the Chief Dental Officer (CDO) has chosen to use this event as a platform for you to have your say. Sara Hurley, CDO for England, will be talking each morning about the development and provision of dental services.
The Thursday morning session will be available to dental societies only, but Friday and Saturday are open to all on a first come, first served basis. It is anticipated that these briefings will engender much debate, which can be continued at the CDO Zone, where panel discussions will run throughout the three days. This is your opportunity to engage directly with the decision makers.
To register, or for more information, visit http://dentalshowcase.com.
Author: Julie Bissett