Update in the biomimetic principles - including CAD/CAM - Dr. Pascal Magne

Dr. Pascal Magne is extremely popular and it is a pleasure that he returns to Scandinavia in 2019! The course is held the 24th-25th of May 2019 in Stockholm.

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Clarion Hotel Arlanda Airport
Tornvägen 2
190 60 Stockholm Arlanda
Sweden

Medlem-til-Medlem: Kom godt i gang med laserteknologi

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Overvejer du at investere i en laser, eller har du allerede en stående på klinikken? Læs med, når to af vores medlemmer åbent fortæller om deres erfaringer og få indblik i deres overvejelser og perspektiver til behandling med laserteknologi.

Af Belinda Schamaitat

 

DentaNet Symposium 2019

DentaNet Symposium is our annual event, which always attracts a lot of delegates with the combination of world class speakers and the unique DentaNet networking.

DentaNet Symposium 2019 is held the 1-2 February 2019 where we have yet again the honour of presenting 3 inspiring speakers for 3 lectures and as usual a lot of networking. Friday night, we will celebrate our 10th anniversary with a dinner at d'Angleterre.

 

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Scandic Copenhagen Hotel
Vester Søgade 6
1601 Copenhagen V
Denmark

Kom godt i gang med dental fotografering

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For at komme i gang med dental fotografering skal I have fat i det rigtige udstyr, vide hvilke billeder, der skal tages, samt lære de basale indstillinger og at håndtere et kamera. Vi har sammensat en anbefalet udstyrspakke og skræddersyet workshop.

Minimal Invasion for Maximum Success - Dr. Ian Buckle & Dr. Dipesh Parmar

Traditionally full mouth rehabilitation has involved invasive treatment protocols often utilising full coverage crowns. This can be destructive of tooth substance, expensive for the patient and when it fails it can fail with disastrous consequences. It will take place on Friday-Saturday 8-9 June 2018.

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Dawson Academy Seminar One

Dentists who ignore the TMJs can never be competent in diagnosing or treating occlusions. Dentists who ignore occlusion can never be fully competent in diagnosing or treating problems of the TMJs. Dentists who ignore the relationships of occlusion to the position and condition of the TMJs can only guess at diagnosing and treating a myriad of problems including excessive tooth wear, sore teeth, loose teeth, masticatory muscle pain, and a variety of other orofacial pain problems.

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