Portugal > Germany > Denmark: what a great week

Portugal > Germany > Denmark: what a great week

This was a very busy week for me, with two great trips, the opportunity to participate in exciting events, alongside networking with amazing colleagues from around the globe that share my passion for all things dentistry.

First stop: Germany

I flew to Cuxhaven, in Germany, to the VOCO GmbHheadquarters, where I delivered a keynote talk to colleagues from all over the world on “The New Boundaries of Dentistry” and how technology and consumers are driving change in our profession and what we must all do to get ahead of the challenges we all face as an industry. The VOCO fellowship plays an important role in connecting dentists from different countries, allowing the sharing of knowledge and experience to help find better tools for the future. A great company with solid core values. A special thank you to Olaf S. and his amazing team for hosting me.

Next stop: Denmark

I then flew to Copenhagen, in Denmark, to meet up with my friends from botiss biomaterials to help moderate their corporate session at the Europerio meeting. I absolutely love working alongside so many smart scientists with PhDs, who are developing amazing biomaterials that we all need to help our patients heal and regenerate. Some of the world’s best surgeons came together to share state-of-the-art science, protocols and workflows. What an event! And it was great to see so many friends. Thank you so much to everyone that made this happen, I’m extremely proud to be a part of all this. 

Slow Dentistry is on a mission

And to cap off, a huge shout out to the Slow Dentistry Global Network that is not only growing quickly and globally – over 200 members in 40 countries – but is continuously receiving massive recognition for its core values. Excited for the future of this amazing endeavour.

Time flies when you’re doing what you love!

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