Great expectations for the 12th Annual MegaGen Symposium

Great expectations for the 12th Annual MegaGen Symposium


Greetings from Dr. Miguel StanleyGreetings from Dr. Miguel StanleyThe 12th Annual MegaGen International Symposium in MOSCOWApril 16th ~ 17th, 2016World Trade Center, Moscow, Russia

Publicado por MegaGen Implant em Domingo, 27 de Dezembro de 2015


Привет, Москва! Как дела?*

I’m so excited to come back to Moscow to the 12th Annual MegaGen International Symposium. This year we’ll be discussing challenges beyond Osseointegration. And I’m so excited to share the stage with such amazing names. I am truly humbled to be part of this incredible panel.

I’ve been lecturing for many years now on such topics as “No Half Smiles” and “Life-Changing Dentistry”. The White Clinic® dedicates itself almost exclusively to full-mouth rehabilitation, and every day we find challenges on how to have an optimal outcome that will bring happiness and comfort to our patient’s lives.

The way that I look at Dentistry today is more from an emotional side, and of course you can only have true happiness at the outcome of a treatment when your patient is satisfied with the results.

So, it’s not only about Osseointegration and “does the implant work?”. We know they work, but how do you make them disappear in the mouth, how do you have an aesthetic result that is appealing to everybody, both the dentist and the patient? How do you actually make your treatments invisible? How do you have predictable results, how do you control the papilla, how do you control longevity?

Well, we believe that there are ways to get predictable results and to get them fast and in a way that is controlled. And I believe that on stage, on the 16th and 17th of April 2016, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in Moscow, we’re going to show you behind the curtains of Life-Changing Dentistry.

Join us there.

Хорошо! Большое спасибо!**


* Hello, Moscow! How are you?
**Thanks! Thank you very much!


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