New lectures on my horizon and lots of travelling ahead

New lectures on my horizon and lots of travelling ahead

I got back from Moscow yesterday after another incredible event at the 12th MegaGen International Symposium.

What was so cool about this was asked to open this two-day event. Some of the world’s leading names in Dentistry came on stage after me, such as Dr. Marco Esposito and Prof. Joseph Choukroun, Dr. Nicholas Elian and Dr. David Garber. Wow, it was really cool to spend the day with them!

There was almost a thousand people in the audience and my lecture “Life-changing Dentistry” was very well received. I’ve got invitations to go to China, Taiwan, Tokyo and the U.S., also Italy and Switzerland, so I guess I’m going to have a busy 2017.

I managed to sneak out just for a few hours to go to the Red Square and to the world famous Café Pushkin to have some caviar and blinis. Hmmm, yummy!



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