At the British Dental Association Meeting

At the British Dental Association Meeting

A few hours have passed since I got off the stage at the British Dental Association Meeting in Manchester, in a beautiful venue, which is an old train station. I lectured for an hour and a half on Life-changing Dentistry and it was really cool because, actually, it was my first time lecturing to a large audience in the UK.

The feedback was very positive and the company that invited me, VOCO, was very happy and we look forward to doing many more things in the future.

One of the major topics was slow dentistry because the average time for an appointment on the NHS is only 15 minutes – and I really don’t agree with that.

Last night they took me to a restaurant called San Carlo, where a lot of celebrities go and it was fun to see some of my friends on the wall. The food was excellent!

Now I’m off to visit my mother’s side of the family.

I’ll keep you posted!


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