Aesthetic Dentistry Symposium
New Boundaries of Dentistry
In celebration of our Aesthetic Dentistry programmes 15 year anniversary, keynote speaker Dr Miguel Stanley, DDS will deliver a comprehensive and invigorating day of lectures. 6 hours verifiable CPD
- Are Consumers and Technology Driving the Future of Dentistry? : Understand why it is important to introduce and embrace the best dental technologies in your everyday dentistry workflow.
- The 'No Half Smiles' Philosophy: Incredible cases from simple to complex, evidence based treatment planning and step by step sequencing.
- Minimal Invasive Digital Dentistry: New Materials and Technologies: How digital dentistry can change the way we work, to make things easier and faster, whilst bringing high quality affordable dentistry to everyone.
- The Concept of “Slow Dentistry” :The formula for success in the future.
Friday 19 May 2023, 10:00am - 5:00pm
University College London
21 University Street, London WC1E 6DE
Dr Miguel Stanley, DDS
Dr Stanley is the founder and clinical director of the globally renowned White Clinic, Lisbon, Portugal with a large and qualified team that is sought out by patients from all over the world. He is the co-founder of the Slow Dentistry Global Network, a Swiss nonprofit organisation with members in over 60 countries.
He is the Vice President of the Digital Dentistry Society, as well as a member of many international scientific and academic organisations and has published several studies and articles across many dental fields. Recognised as a pioneer in areas of advanced technology he is a consultant and Key Opinion Leader for leading dental companies.
Dr. Stanley is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the USA, and has given over 280 keynote presentations in more than 50 countries, on advanced implant dentistry, prosthodontics, oral surgery, dental aesthetics, digital dentistry, practice management and ethics, as well as his world-famous “No Half Smiles®” treatment philosophy. He is one of the first dentists to ever give a TEDx talk and the only to host a documentary on dentistry for National Geographic.