Flying to Poznan!

Flying to Poznan!

Tomorrow I will fly to Poznan, in Poland, following a very successful weekend in Moscow last week and a few days full of work at the White Clinic, doing some really cool surgeries and finishing some wonderful new smiles with my team.

I’m now heading off to a meeting with over 1.500 attendees. I am super happy to also be giving a hand-on course the day after my lecture, where I will be showing junior dentists how to use advanced materials to achieve faster and more predictable results.

I have never been to Poland and I’m really looking forward to getting to know the local food and culture, besides meeting some really cool young doctors. The IADS, International Association of Dental Students, is responsible for bringing this meeting together and I’ll happy to be lecturing with my friend Achraf Souayah, from Tunisia.

 

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