Positive Dentistry Symposium – Szeged, Hungary

Positive Dentistry Symposium – Szeged, Hungary

Save the date: see you in Hungary on May 7

The Hungarian Dental Association will be hosting the 15th edition of its SymposiumSzeged conference from May 5 to 7 and I’m thrilled to be one of the guest speakers, alongside an amazing group of outstanding dentists and scientists with unique knowledge and experiences. 

Dedicated to the theme “Perspectives in Perio-Implantology and Comprehensive Dentistry”, my lecture is scheduled for May 7 and I can’t wait to discuss “Positive Dentistry” with you – a topic that I’m super passionate about.

I’m also excited about the return of live events, where we can finally meet up again, face-to-face, to talk about the state of our beautiful profession and what the future looks like for it.

In addition to lectures on all areas of dentistry, participants will be able to visit with well-known exhibitors and see unique product presentations during this two-day scientific conference, which kicks off on May 5 with the hands-on course for dental hygiene colleagues and students – “One Day Implants Protocol: How to digitally plan and safely execute immediate loading” with Dr. Sam Omar. A great opportunity for sure.

Bonus: the setting is the beautiful city of Szeged, Hungary, so I can’t wait to see you there!
Sign up for the SymposiumSzeged Conference here.

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