If you're looking to escape the cold with a quick sojourn to enjoy the European summer, then the World Aesthetic Congress (WAC) in London is an ideal first stop. The UK's largest aesthetic dentistry event is designed to promote excellence in aesthetic dentistry for the whole dental team.
Now in its fourth year, WAC is dedicated to providing this unique opportunity to learn from the world's leading experts in this rewarding and profitable field.
WAC 2005 promises to attract hundreds of dentists, technicians and team members. This unique event offers a comprehensive programme of lectures, hands-on sessions and advanced sessions, making it an essential and relevant part of your continuing education. Whether you are a relative beginner in the field of aesthetic dentistry or an experienced aesthetic dentist who wants to keep ahead, WAC 2005 is for you!
Over two days in June, WAC will educate, inspire and motivate you. There will be main lectures with alternative programmes running simultaneously, giving you the option to tailor the sessions you attend to suit your interests and needs. Key speakers this year include David Hornbrook, Cathy Jameson, Nigel Saynor, Mark Morin, Derry Rogers, Christopher Orr and Anthony Laurie.
They will present key sessions on a range of aesthetic related topics, both clinical and practice management. In addition, there will be advanced sessions and sponsored educational sessions that you can choose to attend in place of the key sessions. WAC 2005 should be a definite date in your diary.
WAC is to be held at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in the heart of Westminster in central London.This award-winning venue is perfect for the World Aesthetic Congress as it can accommodate the diverse programme of events on offer with a combination of major lecture theatres and smaller more intimate rooms for the advanced and limited attendance sessions. In addition, the extensive trade exhibition area has fabulous views of Westminster, the London Eye and Big Ben.
- David Hornbrook: The art of aesthetics - what's hot and what's not;
- Cathy Jameson: A model of success;
- Mark Morin: The high performance dentist'
- Nigel Saynor: In the pink, aesthetic considerations for long term implant success;
- Derry Rogers: Bleaching - a total overview and veneers - prep for success;
- Christopher Orr: Drawing it all together;
- Anthony Laurie: How to develop your clinician/technician dialogue;
Advanced Dentist sessions:
- David Hornbrook The functional smile - designs for long term success;
- Christopher Orr Form and function in perfect harmony;
- Derry Rogers The art of combining porcelain veneers and crowns in the aesthetic practice.