Keynote lecture details announced

21 October, 2016 / infocus
 

Professor Christopher Orr has revealed what he will be speaking about at the 2017 Scottish Dental Show.

The event’s keynote speaker will open the show on Friday 19 May with two one-hour lectures, with the first entitled: “Beyond smile design: planning the whole mouth for function and aesthetics”. His second talk is called: “Inlays, onlays and endocrowns – is it time to say goodbye to traditional posterior crown preparations?”

In an interview for the November/December issue of Scottish Dental magazine, Professor Orr explained what he hoped delegates will take from his two talks.

He said: “The two presentations are on quite different topics. From the inlays presentation, I hope that they will come away with an understanding of some new ways of working, which can be implemented the next day in the practice. And from the treatment planning lecture, I hope that they will gain an understanding of the bigger picture of planning a mouth for aesthetics and function.”

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