November has been a genuinely educational month in Open Dental Community and such lecturers as Dr Daniel Saad, who has brought the whole topic of “Full jaws re-invented: Innovative solutions made handy” to dental professionals that are looking for exclusive opportunities to raise their awareness about the jaw rehabilitation processes and options available.
This educational experience has brought together specialists in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to convey the expertise and spread the newest possibilities of digital dentistry, making it easier to progress in patient’ treatment and suggest minimally invasive treatment options.
Cost-effective solutions were explored through real-life cases varying from the most atrophied to the most hypertrophied. The audience was offered the hands-on practice of workflows of conventional and staged to the digitally envisioned and instantly loaded ones. There aren’t many chances to learn about this atraumatic rehabilitation method better than in these Open Dental Community events, raising the stakes to stand out from colleagues regarding case acceptance.
This event had exceptionally great responses – participants were thrilled to join in hands-on practice with real-life modelled cases prepared by Dr Daniel Saad. It opened up participants for new experiences, for which they are ready now in real-life to begin using treatments in new and modern ways. Considering the positive feedback of participating specialists, it would be fitting to assume that such events are in significant demand from dental professionals and specialists who look for new ways of improvement and options that are most attractive to their potential patients.
This event is an excellent opportunity to obtain practice-based knowledge and a way to get connections and learn about opinion leaders of the dental community. Registering and participating is free of charge; not only that – the course is granting 7,75 CPD credits. Therefore, we suggest rushing in as there’s a limited number of seats available and a vast interest in participating.
2022 is around the corner, and while planning to penetrate other markets, we are about to facelift the course to rerun it again next year with updated content that will be even more immersive and more out of the box, hopefully with higher CPD weighting. Perhaps, we will consider responding to the requests raised by the attendants such as organizing live surgeries on real patients and conducting digital planning courses.